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Decide on a routine and timeline for going to bed, and stick with it. Create a schedule that gives you time to take care of routine things like packing lunch and setting out clothes and has you in bed in time for plenty of sleep.
Because the blue light emitted by electronics suppresses melatonin production, experts say to shut down anything with a screen at least a half-hour before bed, so you can begin your day feeling empowered.
Making a list of things you are grateful for–in your mind or on paper–replaces worry with gratitude and anxiety with calm. And it allows you to sleep deeper and awaken more positive.
Come up with a meaningful goal you’ll be able to achieve by starting the day earlier. Knowing there’s a purpose behind getting out of bed earlier will help you stick with it.
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