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How to Start Your Day
Managing Mornings When You're Not a "Morning Person"
The alarm rings with the sunrise, and you leap out of bed, shower and get dressed. Next, you brew the perfect mug of coffee before heading off to work with a spring in your step!
Sound familiar? Perhaps not. And you're not alone: many dedicated, conscientious people struggle to "get going" in the mornings.
Research shows that biology determines whether you're a "lark" or an "owl." A lark will wake up and fall sleep early, while an owl is an evening person who will peak later in the day. This is called your "chronotype."