How to Wake Up Early

Wake Up to Chase Your Dreams — Memoallure.com

I have found waking up earlier has allowed me to not only accomplish a significant amount of more in my life, but it has also allowed me to have a more peaceful, relaxing moment where I can fully take care of myself. By waking up early, I have no excuse of saying “I don’t have time” for anything. Waking up early is one of those things that is hard to build into a habit, but once you do, it’s quite simple due to the fact that we are all creatures of habit. Even if you say; “I am an night owl”, it is still feasible to be a morning person, all you have to do is just have to take control of your mind.

I know it’s easier said then done, but I have faith in you! This doesn’t happen overnight. You will go back and forth for a while until it will come to you naturally. If you need a routine to follow you could also follow the routine from “The Miracle Morning” which I wrote in detail here.

Here are some of my suggestions into learning how to wake up early:

  1. Have a goal and a why. Why do you want to wake up early? How would waking up early improve your life? Could you be healthier? Achieve a goal you’ve been putting off? Actually get yourself to the gym? Figure out what could be motivating for you.

Let me know if you have any questions. It took me a while, but now it’s fully embedded in my routine to wake up early, even if I don’t go to the gym.

If you need an accountability partner, let me know — I’d be happy to help and motivate you to wake up early. Reach out to me at Memoallure!

Thanks for reading.

Xoxo

“Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise.” — Benjamin Franklin

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Innately curious about finding meanings, purpose and authenticity. OzzyBalkanli.com

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