20. Give Yourself Something To Look Forward
"Whether it's a tasty breakfast (chocolate berry protein smoothie, anyone?) or your favorite candle scent that you can light in the bathroom while you're getting ready, bribe yourself to get out of bed and to be in a good mood," says weight-loss and lifestyle coach for women Stephanie Mansour in an interview with Bustle over email. Give yourself something to look forward to, whether it's a fun new workout class or a tasty, drool-worthy breakfast. You'll wake up with smile on your face and that's never a bad thing.
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21. Read A Book Before You Go To Bed
If you still need to do something right before you go to bed, try to read a book instead of watching TV. "Go to bed 30 minutes early and read a book to help your mind slow down and relax. This will help you sleep more soundly and you'll wake up feeling more rested," says Mansour.
Don't be hard on yourself if you still hit the snooze button. Changing your sleep cycle will take time. Before you know it, you'll wake up at the crack of dawn in no time.
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