Wake up early so as to promote a leisurely commute to work; instead of the senseless rush I habitually endure.Go to user profile
wake up time: 8:03 AM! -- what a huge FAIL! I was in bed by 11AM, but I took a zyrtec at about 9:30- it totally knocked me out- I am still feeling the effects now; really sluggish and tired. and on such a beautiful day. what.a.bummer
wake up time: 6:48 AM- considering the time I got home last night, I consider my wake up to be a success. took a quick shower and used the extra time to make a quick breakfast- still had to rush but I cleaned the bathroom. wasn't more than 15 minutes late to work; was the second one in the office again. tomorrow I'll try for 6:30.
wake up time: 6:43 AM- I kept snoozing- ! woke up a little earlier than usual, so I have to give myself *some* credit. still had to rush. no time for breakfast or to make lunch. only enough time to shower, dress, and feed the cat. I was about 15 minutes late to work...however there were heavy delays due to rain and to my credit, I was the second to arrive in the office. I am a morning person- but have a lot fo variables against me namely that I am utterly exhausted from the stress associated with work and school; also the b/f is working late now, so he is getting in about 3AM. I am a light sleeper and have difficulty falling back asleep. let's try again tomorrow! tonight I won't get home until almost 12AM (late class); so waking up tomorrow will definitely be a challenge. if I can get be up at 6:43 or earlier, I will consider tomorrow morning a success.
research paper complete; returning to work tomorrow. time to wake up early! (just the thought of it makes me cringe)
first day- didn't work. called in sick again to work on the research paper.
got dressed. called in sick to work; working on my research paper; cleaned the bathroom (litter box, etc.); made the bed;, called potential kitten owners, one to come pick one out today; vacuumed;
Challenge start: Wake up! 6AM