I used to be such a night owl, staying up all night. I tried to go to bed, but it’s hard! You know: songwriting, TV, Instagram… You get me, right? I would wake up grumpy, and stressed… …skipping my breakfast to make up for the snooze time, rushing out the door, dressed up in something ridiculous. But then, I decided something had to be done! Here’s what I learned! Obviously, it all starts with the night before. Head to bed a little earlier than usual, To ease into it, start with 15 or 30 minutes earlier, and wake up that much earlier the next morning. Don’t hit snooze! Just don’t! Also, you should have a nice sound for the alarm. There’s no need for the earthquake alarm sound! And to prevent yourself from snoozing make sure you keep your phone as far away from the bed as possible. Immediately after you crawl out of bed, open all the curtains and windows! Let the fresh air in! The sun is smiling at you, so give it a smile back! It’s important to look forward to the things that you enjoy to put you in a good mood. Like music, breakfast…and a few good stretches! And if you feel a little extra crazy adventurous, work out! Go for a run! But that’s more for a pro morning person. I’m still a beginner. Next, take ten minutes out of the morning just for yourself. Enjoy your smoothie, read a magazine, or put your make up on! It helps start the day on a less stressful note. It’ll set up your whole day in a more positive way. And most of all: don’t give up! They say you need 22 days to embrace a new habit. So stick with your new routine for a while, and be curious to see the change! High five! You did it! Oh, and one last thing: my videos are best viewed in the morning! Don’t forget to subscribe! See you next time, my little kitties! Bye!