Well, it has been several days now. I will tell you that getting up is not getting much easier. My pillows are so friendly in the morning. They cry out for me not to leave them.
I am committed to doing this, though!
Pam In Missouri commented:
Did you see what was on the ITA (Inspired to Action) site yesterday? I love her comment about the morning not needing to be the
main time for praying, exercising, or planning. I struggle with an idealized version of what mornings should look like versus what really happens for this night owl/non-morning person.
I was very glad to have seen that post, as well. I am, by nature, a night-owl. But I really do need to change that for the well-being of my family. The hardest part is trying to force myself to get to bed on time. I also have to remember that it takes 21 days to create a habit. I have been doing this less than 7.
I am headed down to help get my oldest motivated to finish her homework and then spend some time with Hubby, then off to bed on time!