We’re all over-stressed and over-extended, so it might seem counterintuitive to suggest waking up 30 minutes earlier to accomplish even more with our days. Most of us, however, have at least one or two “I wish I had time to…” tasks or dreams that’ve gone undone or unfulfilled for years, and if we ever want to make them happen, we need to find time in our schedules where there appears to be none. Waking up just 30 minutes earlier, five days a week, for one year will add 120 hours of (hopefully, uninterrupted) time to achieve whatever it is you’ve been meaning to achieve for as long as you can remember. Here, five uber-productive things to do with that time that’ll make you never want to hit the snooze button again.
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