The routine that will reduce your snooze button hits down to zero


Waking up ready to conquer the day means getting a good night’s rest and allowing your brain to recharge. It’s not just about how many hours of sleep you can get. Bedtime goals are to get to bed earlier, get some sleep and wake up feeling like you did.

Here are some points for you to follow before bed. You may even wake up early enough for a run outside! Fitness coach Craig Ballantyne at the Early To Rise blog recommends the “10-3-2-1-0″ formula:

  • No more caffeine at least 10 hours before bed
  • 3 hours before bed: No more food or alcohol
  • Put all work away 2 hours before bed
  • Cut off for screen time is 1 hour before bed
  • 0: The number of times you hit the snooze button in the morning

A productive day starts with waking up on time and not feeling the same way you did before you went to bed. When you take control of your mornings, it sets the tone for the rest of your day. You’ll feel lighter, less tired, and be ready for anything the day throws at you.

How does your nightly routine effect your morning?

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