It’s 5:20am.

It’s dark.

It’s cold.

It’s raining.

And I really, really should get up.

But I really don’t want to.

“Just hit snooze,” I tell myself. “You’ll have enough time to get ready.”

So I set my alarm for a precious 10 minutes more.

5:30am rolls around and the alarm goes off again.

I drag myself out of bed and spend the next half hour rushing to get ready, have brekky and get sorted for the day.

I spend my morning feeling drowsy, all because I hit snooze – and for what, an extra 10 minutes of sleep?

Plus, the rest of my day is out of whack because I started the day in a rush.

Ever experienced this before?

Well, I was doing this to myself on a regular basis.

And as much as I absolutely love what I do, I was struggling to get out of bed with a spring in my step, especially after my heavy training sessions at footy the night before.

I was in the habit of hitting the snooze button on a regular basis, and as a result, I wasn’t feeling good and wasn’t as productive as I know I could be.

I have however, managed to break this habit – and I feel sooooo much better for it!

So when one of my clients this week asked me how to get up quickly and stop hitting snooze, I was really glad I had an answer for her, that I know worked for me. I’ve shared the advice I gave her in this week’s video.

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