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  1. February 15, 2018

    Definitely a night person, so these tips are super relevant! Still, going to attempt to wake up slightly earlier and see if the hype adds up.

  2. February 15, 2018
    Janine says

    I’m definitely more of a night owl than an early bird but I’m trying to make a habit of getting up when I actually wake up on my days off (rather than going back to sleep). I like to read and journal before bed and on my days off, I enjoy quiet time with a cup of tea and my phone or computer in the morning.

  3. February 17, 2018

    I hate to wake up but I love my morning routine. Sound crazy? Maybe, but it works for me. Before I even turn over, I make a morning offering to the Lord, short and simple. Then up, let my cocker spaniel out, put on the kettle, turn up the heat (if winter). Once I’ve settled down with that first cuppa tea, I immerse myself in Morning Prayer for however long it takes, sometimes as much as an hour. After that, I’m ready for my day.

  4. February 18, 2018
    Amanda Hemingsley says

    Love the alternative morning advice! I have never been a morning person and as a freelancer am usually able to get up when I want. This doesn’t make me any less productive, on the contrary more so.
    On the occasions I have got up early to write everything has had to be rewritten later.
    So thank you for such a positive article.

  5. February 18, 2018
    Carissa says

    I love this. I hate mornings and having to get my kids ready never goes as planned. Nighttime after everyone else is asleep is the time that I like to prepare for the next day. It’s also the only time that I get to myself lol.

  6. February 18, 2018

    Your tips are very useful for a person like me, especially in this season!

    | xoxo Donatella ♥ |


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