Why would a person want to become an early riser? What benefits would you get waking up early every morning?
A lot of benefits apparently.
Much has been said about going to bed early and rising early.
But truth be told, there are so many people who would love to adopt this habit… but no matter how hard they try, it seems like sleep tastes best every time their alarm goes off.
If at all they do manage to wake up, some struggle with wiping sleep off their faces to focus right on the tasks they planned to complete come morning.
Some do wake up early, but for different reasons find difficulty doing this more often as they’d like to.
Starting your day early can help you achieve a lot of things by the time light takes over
Imagine having an extra hour, two or three every single day all to yourself.
That’d be nice, don’t you think?
You could decide to wake up early more often simply because of how good you feel every time you manage to get out of bed even before your alarm goes off.
You could use that time for many things – to chip away, everyday, at goals you want to accomplish.
For example, you could use the extra time in the morning to read a good book.
You could exercise, write in your personal journal or finish some of your assignments, striking things off your to-do list, before you set out for work.
You could write an article for your blog, or write a few pages of the novel you have planned to put on paper for a very long time.
That extra time could also be used to embrace a new habit or learn a new skill.
So, much you can do.
The good thing with rising early is that it’s something you can decide to do starting today.
No one forces you to do it.
When you do it voluntarily, you actually get to put more meaning to those few extra hours you score every time you jump out of bed.
JaneRiser.com is for you if you are interested in having a few more hours every morning all to yourself; hours that you can use to indulge in activities totally of your own choosing.
In this website, you will find a lot of suggestions that can help (now that you see the glaring benefits of becoming an early riser) you not only make this habit stick but to make every minute of those extra hours you gain count.
Note that everything that works for one early riser may not work for another.
So, you are free to choose what you absolutely need from all the tips I’ve shared in articles touching on this topic.
Time for a 30 day challenge to experience the benefits of being an early riser
You can take a 30-day challenge, waking up at the same time, say 5.00 a.m, every single day.
See how you like it and share your story in the comments with me and other members of JaneRiser.com community.
If you are a person who is out of bed early most mornings and simply want to do more with the extra time you get, you’ll find the content here useful.
There’s a lot to learn and do.
A lot of activities that can take up those extra hours.
Activities that can reward you abundantly for your efforts.
You will be pleased and be motivated to do more when your efforts result in fast and better execution of your goals.
You will be happy when more people can trust and come to you for guidance, say if you commit to learn more by reading many good books or when you become more skilled in a technical area simply because you choose to consistently commit your extra hours to learn and do more – of the right things you know you should be paying more attention to.