Mummy get up now, stop sleeping all the time – My 3 year old
Apparently I sleep too much according to him, because I’m not already up at 6:20am on a Sunday morning!!!
If you’re not a mother and cannot relate, please skip right down to the How to Wake Up Early Every Morning Checklist below.
I need some help guys! Mums and dads alike! Even those of you who can just get up with ease as though someone is handing you £50k at the end of your bed for getting up so early without prompt. Erm…How do you do it!?
I am just not a morning person.
You would have thought after nearly 7 years of motherhood I would be springing out of bed like a spring chicken and commencing the day from 4am prompt every morning. Making a healthy yummy Kale and banana smoothie for breakfast, with some freshly baked homemade multiseeded bread, Yeah right!
To the mother that has the house done and breakfast made before the household is up! If you’re that mum please can you DM me! So I can take some tips and give you some accolades! 👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾
After some research and trying these myself, I know that the checklist below definitely works and has been proven by successful people!
How to wake up early everyday checklist
In a poll of 20 executives cited by Laura Vanderkam, a time-management expert and the author of “What the Most Successful People Do Before Breakfast,” 90% said they wake up before 6 a.m. on weekdays. PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi, for example, wakes at 4 and is in the office no later than 7. Disney CEO Bob Iger gets up at 4:30 to read. Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is up at 5:30 to go jogging.
Barack Obama starts out each day with strength and cardio training while Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey does three repetitions of a seven-minute workout, Anisa Purbasari reported for Business Insider.
“These are incredibly busy people,” says Vanderkam. “If they make time to exercise, it must be important.”
According to the Telegraph, Ludwig Beethoven, John Milton, Kurt Vonnegut, Maya Angelou, and Victor Hugo all tackled their creative projects in the morning.