Besides that there's a couple of other things – let light into the room. Your body recognizes the light as the sun comes up and will wake you up naturally. If you get up before the sun there's a clock that imitates sun rise by gradually getting lighter.
Give yourself something to look forward to in the morning, like make yourself a really tasty "overnight oats" recipe that you can't wait to eat or something.
Hope this helps!
1. Your alarm. Make the sound/ringtone a SONG. A motivational song that you love and will help get you out of bed.
2. Preparation. Get either your workout clothes or outfit laid out, beginnings of your breakfast set up, etc. the night before. The preparedness will help motivate you to get up and will be several less things to worry about while you’re first waking.
3. Gratitude ritual. Make some kind of gratitude self-talk ritual part of your first intentional thoughts upon waking. “I am so happy and grateful for…,” and repeat.
Those are my specific suggestions.
Hope this helps!
1) I put my alarm away from my bed and I force myself get out of bed for turn off the alarm.
2)I say "no. If you wake up you feel better. You can wake up. Let's do it"
3) If I need really 5 minutes then I let sleep 5 minutes but I check the time.
Perhaps change the ritual a little bit?
Wake up and exercise for 15 minutes right away?
Or take a walk and meditate?
I’m not sure- I’m still working on it!
Hope this was helpful to you.
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