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9 Ways to Wake Up Earlier for Your Morning Shift

Tania Khadder | NursingLink

July 24, 2009

7) Don’t let yourself snooze.

You know the drill. You keep telling yourself “just 10 more minutes." The next thing you know, it’s been an hour-and-a-half and not only did you miss out on your precious morning time, but you’re now late for work. And the worst part? That hour-and-a-half was absolute torture, thanks to the blaring sound of your alarm clock, which has been disrupting an otherwise pleasant dream at 10-minute intervals.

Just say no to snoozing! It’s no longer an option. Think about it: if you’re going to snooze that long, you might as well have set your alarm an hour-and-a-half later and gotten some quality shut-eye.

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