Let's get it percolatin'
The morning is a hectic time for women, but especially if you're a mom or busy professional, and have people in your home needing you to help them prepare for the day (making school lunches, helping a spouse get ready for a big day, or just making sure everyone gets a good breakfast!).
At night the morning person may want to go to bed early and not be in the mood for conversation. Whereas the night person may be eager to stay up late and eager for conversation. In the morning, the morning person's being awake, busy around the house, and being cheerful may annoy the night person, who either wants to sleep later or is awake but wants peace and quiet.
Just 15 more minutes...
When you fully wake up, grow up and show up, the evolutionary impulse incarnates as you. You become an expression of radical personal intimacy and evolutionary creativity. You embody a purpose-driven and values-driven life, overflowing with aliveness, love and energy.
Sam Harris Is Not Religious, But He's Spiritual -- and He's Putting His Faith in the Power of Conversation
Harris's next book will be, perhaps, his most controversial -- which is a rather impressive claim for the author of books that claim to disprove the notion of free will and call for the end of faith in America.
Because really, sometimes alarm clocks are just not enough.
Often, the problem isn't the problem, but it's a symptom of a bigger problem. We need to ask ourselves: What is the problem, really? Is it waking up in the morning, or is it something else? How can we deal with that, first?