Sleep. It’s addictive. Some people battle to to envelop themselves in it, whilst others want to be permanently immersed in it. As the modern world has taken over, our so-called “natural” sleeping patterns are disrupted by things like “work” and the need to make a “living”. Unfortunately, that means that we have to arise when we don’t want to. IÂ am yet to find an alarm clock that doesn’t sound like an angry robot swearing at me in binary, and we all know that most of us are too “busy” to remember to change MP3s regulary on our phones. And let’s be honest, “P-P-P-P-Poker Face” was only vaguely amusing that first morning. It now results in my wife screaming profranities I didn’t know even existed (I am then forced to go to work and check them with Dino WootÂ – being a coder he is a walking dictionary of swear words).
I have really, really battled to get out of bed lately. And I know I am not alone. I, like so many others have not found a happy way to wake myself up. I have found two new viable alternatives to try though –
I can either give one of these a bash, or set my computer to play this every morning:
I’ll let you know how it goes.