I go to bed at 3 in the morning, and hope to wake up at 6… Of course I turn the alarm off.
I NEED to go to bed before 12. I really really need to get into this habit, tiredness starts getting the best of me.
And it’s also because I love daydreaming, and I’d rather stay in bed and live my dreams in my mind… then get up and chase something I believe unattainable. But I’m on my way to believing.1 week ago
kinda. I’m planning on a few trips through the summer, so it won’t go without hiccups, but if I can do this reliably for 30 days I’m going to call it good. The important thing to me with this one isn’t so much ALWAYS getting up when the alarm goes off, but being able to get back on my schedule quickly when I fall off the wagon.
Even better… get to the point where I can reliably get up before my alarm goes off. That’d be great. 2 weeks ago
...to some extent. Eating healthy is important too.
I’ve been making it to classes this semester! 1 month ago
How I did it: It's not as easy or straightforward as it sounds but really, I was able to do it by -- putting my alarm clock away (way away!) from my bed so that I had to get up and walk a few steps to turn it off!
Then it's just a matter of NOT going back to bed once you turn the alarm off :-) Read how I did it… 3 months ago
-1 hour. (sigh) I need to readjust my sleep patterns in order to be able to achieve this goal. 3 months ago
Waking up and going out of bed time: 30 minutes. :( 3 months ago
I guess I set it wrong. All I heard when I woke up 1 hour and 17 minutes late was white noise. Turns out my alarm was on radio mode and not set on a station. :\ 3 months ago