15 struggles of a non morning person
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15 struggles of a non morning person

Just because I'm awake doesn't mean I'm ready to do things

15 struggles of a non morning person

You have a deep deep hatred for anyone who is a morning person. You really question why they have to be so happy and cheery when you can't even form a real sentence before noon. You have tried to be more of a morning person, but at this point you've given up hope for that all together and accepted the fact you will never truly enjoy mornings. You don't dare schedule any classes before 10am, because that is even a struggle. For all of you who struggle to pull all-dayers, you are not alone!

1. Alarms! You hit snooze, sleep through them, and sometimes completely shut them off because you know you just aren't ready to grace the world with your presence today.

2. You really contemplate if you really need your job that badly, or an education.

3. You NEED coffee...almost immediately or things will not be pretty.

4. Getting ready.

5. Sometimes you even sleep in your clothes for the next day to avoid the energy it takes to get dressed in the morning.

6. Talking to me before noon?

7. Knowing down to the second how long you can stay in bed and still make it to school/work exactly on time.

8. You always tell yourself you will go to bed early, but Netflix.

9. Your first thought of everyday.

10. Mornings make you feel physically ill.

11. 8am class? No way!

12. How other people have to wake you up.

13. You can't pull all-dayers.

14. You need your beauty sleep.

15. But wake up looking like this instead...

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