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A Night Owl’s Guide To Becoming A Morning Person

Do you thrive on working late nights and dread waking up early to get to school?
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Hunched over your desk, books spread out, notes scattered all over the place. You look over to your clock and see that it’s midnight. How did time pass by that quickly? And how do you still have so much work to do?

Does this sound like you? If so, then you’re probably—like me—a night owl. You thrive on working late nights and dread waking up early to get to school. On some of my crazier school nights, I’d sleep as late as 3 a.m. and would wake up at 5:30 a.m. to get to school on time (which is something I DO NOT recommend doing unless you want to be a zombie at school the next day).

In my search for the perfect routine to combine productivity with overall a better mindset towards school, I tried the art of becoming—you guessed it—a morning person! Now, it was no easy feat, but here are some tips that I’ve learned in trying to shift from being a night to a morning person: 

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This article originally appeared on Edukasyon.ph.

Minor edits have been made by the candymag.com editors.

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