Hello again, I felt a little bit creative so I decided to write about something that has caught my mind lately. Waking up early, and I am talking about early, early before the birds wake up. Not 7am, neither 6am but 5am or even 4:30am.
What can really be so positive about waking up early?
To hit you up with some facts I can start by telling you that almost every human who has succeeded in life have an extremely strict morning routine. You probably have a lot of questions to why every successful human have a strict routine but I will tell you why. Before 6am are the most quiet hours you can find on the planet, while everyone is sleeping you are awake and doing work. I did some research and I found out that after you escape the grogginess of waking up your brain will have a peak in its creativity in the morning. Why? There is literally nothing happening, no bus, no trains, no cars, no shops, no notification on your phone and the list goes on. You can really focus on what you want and no one is there to distract you from doing it because remember, they are sleeping. As well you can imagine how much better you will perform in school and job because you have been awake for probably 2+ hours and the grogginess is long gone!
This one really hit my brain hardly. There was done a research a few months back and it was actually proven that the early birds who wake up before 6am was generally more happy and stronger mentally then those who woke up later, a lot of them also had a higher IQ then the average human but that could be coincidence.
I my self have decided to try this out and will update this blog to see how my little ‘experiment’ is going after a week or so. I will now write a little about what I am expecting from this ‘experiment’. I am expecting:
- Brighter day
- More productivity
- Better focus
Now this will be my schedule:
04:30: Wake up
06:00: Other things like meditation, reading, doing essays, etc.
Yes I am aware that this will be a very painful and hard experience but I am willing to try it and see how it effects my school work and life in general.