1. Set an alarm and don’t snooze
Having consistency in your routine is vital, so that means keeping both your bedtime and waking time the same. So, invest in a good alarm clock to make sure you are up at the same time each day. This will also help to reset your body clock, which will make it easier to get up the longer you do this. In turn, this can help with the quality of your sleep, and so help your health overall.
Make sure your times allow you to get enough sleep (adults need 6 to 9 hours of sleep a night). Also, make sure you are getting up with enough time to complete your morning routine and not rush through it, or your routine will be counterproductive. To do this, work back from your first engagement and figure out how early you need to wake up to fit everything in.