A lot of millennial culture focuses on the idea of maximising your mornings. But sleeping in gave me new focus and calm
One of the consolation prizes the pandemic gave me was more sleep: 9.5 hours a night, to be precise.
It’s been a big change. Before Covid I woke up every day at 6.30am, scraping in with around seven hours of shut-eye. After hitting snooze a couple of times and looking at Twitter until my you-absolutely-must-get-up-now deadline had passed, I would eventually hobble to F45. Then, arriving late to class, I’d be sentenced to 10 burpees as punishment for my tardiness. This was my morning routine.
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