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Updated by Lindsey Christiansen on Apr 20, 2013
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4 Reasons to Wake up Early

Sleeping in can be a serious waste of time. People often complain of not having enough time in the day to get everything they want to get done, done. Waking up early can give you time; time to yourself to do things for yourself. If you wake up late each morning and rush out the door without breakfast, consider what it would be like to wake up just a half hour earlier and feel prepared and relaxed for the day ahead. Below are 4 reasons, recommended by Ameritech College, why you should wake up early.

1

Time To Learn

Time To Learn

Waking up early can give you the time you need to accomplish your personal goals. Wake up early to learn a language, read the book that’s gotten dusty on your nightstand, or meditate in the quiet morning. Ameritech College believes that waking up early can help give you the time you need to relax and unwind from a busy life.

2

Workout

Workout

Wake up early to take care of your body. Be sure you wake up to do something you enjoy. If you like running, map out your run the night before and set your running clothes out. If you like yoga, book an early morning class to get you motivated. Ameritech College recommends daily exercise to keep your body healthy and strong.

3

Do The Worst

Do The Worst

Do the worst first. If you have specific tasks that you have to do in your day that you absolutely dread, wake up early and check those items off your list. The rest of the day you can focus on the things you enjoy and not have the things you hate doing hanging over your head.

4

Serve Others

Serve Others

What better time to do something nice for others than while everyone is asleep? Everyone loves surprises and spending your morning making breakfast for someone or helping them out in some other way will make their day brighter and start your day off right.

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