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5 Mini Habits That Will Turn You Into a Morning Person This Year – Commentary

Bring positive energy to the pillow.

From time to time LocalDirective team members will comment on a piece of content they see online. In this post, Kim Figor gives her opinion on 5 Mini Habits That Will Turn You Into a Morning Person This Year  an article from Quora, written by Andy Ooi .

Are you one of those people who jumps out of bed a couple hours earlier than needed, bright eyed and bushy tailed? Or, are you one of those people who HATE those morning people? Or, are you in between – you are a morning person just not until you’ve received a bit of help from your coffee? Despite what type of person you are, if you want to learn how you can become a morning person, this article is for you.

Ooi begins his article with a charming story about cave dudes and cave gals as an illustration to explain how our bodies work. The bottom line is that as the sun goes down our bodies produce a natural hormone, melatonin, which makes us sleepy. Then, Ooi goes on (in an extremely clever and engaging manner) to explain how Thomas Edison interfered with our natural sleep process.  Of course, the above set the stage for the 5 tips Oil has to help all of us become morning people.

5 Mini Habits That Save Your Sleep and Wake You Up Early

1) “Dark sessions” 10-30 minutes before sleep

2) Dark bedrooms

3) Ban technology from the bedroom

4) Move in the mornings

5) Bring positivity to bed

Easy enough?  Now that you know how to get a better night’s, you too can become a morning person. All you need to do for this transformation to take place is pick one habit and start doing it today.

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Author: Kim Figor

Kim Figor has over 13 years’ experience in a plethora of marketing disciplines that encompass SEO & Paid Search Online Marketing, Loyalty Marketing, Marketing Communications, and Project Management. Her educational background includes a BABM and MBA in Marketing as well as Certifications in AdCenter, Adwords and Market Motive (Paid Search, Display, SEO, and Conversions). In addition to working at Google, where she assisted thousands of companies succeed online, Kim has been a key player in the start-up and growth of several technology and marketing companies. Kim’s exceptional analytical skills relating to online marketing has proven to be instrumental in the success of online campaigns for companies in all industries and sizes.