I changed jobs in January of this year, but up until then I had been leading a life of going to work at 10am, coming home at 10pm, going to bed at 2am, and waking up at 9am.
Naturally, my skin became dry, the canker sores didn't heal for about two months, and I often had headaches, so my body was screaming.
So, after changing jobs, even though I wasn't as busy as my previous job, I had a habit of going to bed late and waking up late.
While my life continued to be lazy, I started using a bullet journal in May to organize what I wanted to do. I want to do things like post daily on Instagram, weekly posts on Youtube, and update my blog! I was able to organize my thoughts.
I'm currently working from home, but the only way to do these things is to wake up early in the morning! I think one of the reasons for my success in waking up early is that I clearly understand the purpose of waking up early.
Now that you have a goal, I will introduce you to some tips for getting up early! Finally, I will also include some examples of failures.
Tips for getting up early ① Sleep with the curtains open
Tips for getting up early ② Add early rising to Habit in your bullet journal
Bullet journal is an analog task management system using notebooks, invented by American Ryder Carroll. Bullet originally means ``bullet,'' but here it refers to the symbol ``・'' placed at the beginning of a bullet point. Also, "Journal" means "diary" or "diary." In other words, the Japanese word for bullet journal is ``a diary/logbook kept with bullet points.''
Tips for getting up early ③ Decide what to do in the morning the night before
This overlaps with what I talked about at the beginning, but it's about ``clarifying your purpose for getting up in the morning.'' My purpose for getting up early is to prepare posts on Instagram, edit YouTube videos, write columns, etc.
You can't do everything every day, so if you sort out what you're going to do tomorrow morning the night before, even if you're fighting sleepiness in the morning, you'll feel anxious and anxious, thinking, ``Oh, I have to do that...'' I can wake up excited.