It’s a glorious day!
What do you mean you hate getting up? Okay, I’ve been there, too, but I’ve learned how to make that early-morning wake up a little less painful
Here’s what a typical waking-up looks like in my life:
The alarm goes off (10 minutes earlier than I’d like; I’m a light sleeper, so it’s a vibrating alarm on my phone) and I give myself a good stretch in bed. I take several slow, deep inhales and release the breath slowly. In turn, I wake up each part of my body: toes, feet, legs, thighs, torso, fingers, hands arm, neck, face, entire head. I set an intention for the day (ie, productive, calm, determined). Then I take a few more slow, deep breaths, give my body a final stretch and greet the day (which also means a pile of very happy, excited crazy little white dogs).