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Tips to becoming a morning person

Date Published: August 17, 2021 | Author: Genesis Rivas

There are two types of people in this world. Some effortlessly wake up hours before their days begin and have consistent morning routines, like exercising, making breakfast, journaling, or reading. Then, there are others who have multiple alarms in the morning and still roll out of bed at the very last second before getting ready for the day (hi, this is me). Most people in the latter group prefer to stay up at night to get stuff done. However, now that companies are allowing employees to come back into the office and students are going back to school, those late nights may no longer be in your best interest anymore.

After many of us have been working from home for over a year and have erratic sleep schedules due to the pandemic, we understand the struggle of getting back to your pre-pandemic routine of waking up early, commuting, and going to work or school. If you’re wondering how you can ease back into that lifestyle, two mental health experts and a life coach share tips for exactly how to do this, including the benefits of being a morning person.

Dr. Haley Perlus, PhD

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