The Miracle Morning challenge is me challenging myself to get up early (around 6 am) for 30 days and do six “activities” each of these mornings. The aim is to make this a habit so it will change my life for the better.

The Miracle Morning is a book and a method by Hal Elrod. Pat Flynn suggested it in one of his latest SPI episodes and as I’ve been very curious about different morning routines and rituals myself I decided to give the book a read. I read the book in 2 days and started the routine right away the next morning.

Before Day 1

I did my first ever Miracle Morning routine at the end of last month (March 30th), the day after I finished the book, and continued with the routine successfully for 5 days in a row.

Then I went on a vacation to Spain with friends and didn’t continue with the routine for 2 weeks. It would have been very difficult to carry out. I slept in a camper van with two other people.

Now that I’m back home, I’ve decided to give Miracle Morning another go and I thought I’d start counting the days from 1 again. So tomorrow is not going to be Day 6 but Day 1 – the first day of the rest of my life ;) Here I go.

Day 1 of Miracle Morning

It’s Friday. I woke up at 6 am today, it’s the earliest since I started my Miracle Morning routine. I set the alarm last night to 6 am because I wanted to get more done than just the MM routine before I leave my home for work.

I’m pretty sure I would have hit the snooze button on my phone if it had been closer to me but I deliberately left it on the chair at the other side of by bedroom.

I’m still figuring out my exact routine and that’s what this morning looked like:

  1. Out of bed at 6 am
  2. Got dressed
  3. Drank a glass of water
  4. (S) 6:10 – 6:30 Silence. I did Transcendental Meditation (TM) for 20 minutes
  5. (A) 6:31 – 6:32 Affirmations. I read my affirmations out loud. I have only 3 affirmations currently (each about 50 words) and they are written on a piece of paper so I don’t forget them and can easily access for reading. I read them twice this morning for some reason. I guess I wasn’t focused enough the first time around so I did another round.
  6. (V) 6:33 – 6:39 Visualization. I visualized the end outcome – travelling and enjoying the freedom. Soon after I had started I found myself get carried away and thinking about the specifics. Thoughts like “I should get a van that has bed in the back (obviously) but should also be able to carry more than 2 people so I should leave the seats in there or make it convertible” etc. I tried to push those too specific thoughts away but I’m not sure if I should, maybe it’s a necessary step as I haven’t figured my “goals” out just yet.
  7. (E) 6:40 – 6:42 Exercising. 20 push-ups, 20 abs, 20 squats.
  8. (R) 6:43 – 6:55 Reading. I read The Art of Work by Jeff Goins this morning.
  9. (S) 6:56 – 7:00 Scribing. I wrote down 3 sentences about what I did yesterday. Then I wrote that I’m grateful for getting up so early this morning. And finally I wrote that the one thing I must do today is write this blog post.

Day 2 of Miracle Morning

It’s Saturday 7:14 am that I’m writing this. I have just completed my miracle morning routine. I set my alarm to 6 am last night and was quick to get out of bed this morning. Little surprising as I didn’t go to bed before 1:00 am and that left me with a little less than 5 hours of sleep.

I followed the exact same routine as yesterday except for a little change in the order: today I drank my glass of water before getting dressed ;)

I do feel a little more sleepy than yesterday and I probably would need an hour or two more if it was a full working day. I like to think that because it’s Saturday I can go back to bed whenever I want, should I just feel like it and I think that’s what helps me get up on the weekends.

I just put on a kettle and will soon have my coffee and breakfast sandwich – I like to think of it as a reward for getting up and completing my morning ritual (I would have my coffee and sandwich anyway, it just wouldn’t taste so good).

Update: I became pretty sleepy around 4:00 pm so I decided to take a 2 hour nap (it’s Saturday so I can do that). I set my alarm to 6:30 pm and when the alarm went off I got up and did another full set of S.A.V.E.R.S. I didn’t plan it ahead but it just kind of happened. For silence I do Transcendental Meditation (TM) and it’s suggested to do it twice a day so when I woke up in the afternoon I had my glass of water like in the morning and did my meditation. Then it felt only natural to follow up with the whole routine. I guess the SAVERS is becoming a habit because it felt like listening to a playlist that you’ve heard a hundred times and when one song is about to end you already know what the next song is gonna be and it would be disappointing if that next song wouldn’t play for some reason :)

Day 3 of Miracle Morning

A friend came to visit last night and stayed at my place so instead of getting straight into the routine in the morning I decided to make some coffee and talk to my friend.

I did my S.A.V.E.R.S. at 3:00 o’clock in the afternoon, after my friend had left. I did it in a slightly different order as well: I still started with Silence (meditation), followed by Exercising and then the usual Affirmations, Visualization, Reading, and Scribing.

Silence: while doing my 20 minute meditation session I had a lot of thoughts pop up in my mind. Not just random thoughts too but some really deep and profound ones. I am trying to put them into words now and write them down in my notebook before I forget about them. I think I got some good questions I should ask and research and maybe turn into blog posts one day.

Visualization: In today’s session I found that my visuals are shifting around. I don’t have a vision board or anything like that just yet – I only have three keywords written on a piece of paper that say: amazon cheques, freedom and traveling. That’s what I have been visualizing the last days. Today when I closed my eyes I didn’t see myself escaping the 9-to-5 job and travelling the world but having success with this very blog and helping others. I guess I haven’t fully figured out what I want to do with my life once I have the money and time. All I really know right now is that I want freedom (both financial and time wise) but what will I do once I have it? Will I sail the world, attempt to climb Chomolungma, find inner peace as a monk, hang out with my friends and just be, make new friends, or help others do what I have accomplished or perhaps something I can’t even imagine at this moment?

Reading: I just started The Art Of Work by Jeff Goins. It’s a new book, released less than a month ago, and it’s already a bestseller on Amazon, Washington Post etc. It’s supposed to help you figure out what it is that you were meant to do. I’m not religious and I don’t really believe in faith or that I was put on this planet with a certain mission but I’m excited to read this anyway. I hope I will learn a lot about myself and find some clarity in my goals and what it is that I want to do with my life.

Day 4 of Miracle Morning

I had my alarm set to 6 but my cat woke me up at 5 this morning and wouldn’t let me get back to sleep. Arrrgh!

When the alarm went off I was already awake but felt sleepy and not in a good mood at all. I turned off the alarm and put some warm clothes on, followed by a glass of water. I tend to feel cold in the mornings, especially if I haven’t had much sleep. Tonight I had 5 hours of sleep.

I did my routine in the same order as yesterday (SEAVRS). Compared to original SAVERS I felt like doing my morning exercise right after meditation.

Exercise: My morning exercise is really quick. I do 20 push-ups,  20 crunches for abs, and 20 squats. I have it all done in under two minutes. I had another glass of water today after my exercise. When I first started MM I did 3 sets of these workouts but now I do only one. I don’t feel bad about it at all though – I’m happy with my body (I can show you my abs if you want to) and I do this workout just to get my blood running.

Day 5 of Miracle Morning

Woke up at 6:00 this morning. Let my cat in from the window. Got dressed and had my glass of water.

At 6:08 started with meditation and by 6:59 I was done with journaling. Today’s order was SEAVRS.

Journaling: I’ve never kept a journal (except from the rare occasions when I was backpacking down under). When I started with Miracle Morning I didn’t know what I should be writing and I definitely didn’t want to have that “what should I write?” question pop up every morning – I don’t like to do overly much thinking and decision making in the morning. So I googled “journaling template” or something similar and found Michael Hyatt’s journaling template. It asks you two questions about Yesterday, two questions about Now and three questions about Today. It takes me about 5-10 minutes to fill it out. I don’t even know if these are the questions I should be asking myself, I just fill them in. After a month I plan to revisit and read my journal from the beginning. See if there’s any changes in my mindset and then I’ll figure out if the template needs some tweaks.

I’m having my tea and sandwich now that I have my SAVERS done. I drank a lot of coffee yesterday so I feel like skipping one this morning :)

Day 6 of Miracle Morning

I woke up at 6, as usual now (very unusual before reading the Miracle Morning).

I still feel cold when I jump out of bed in the morning even though I immediately get dressed in my sweatpants and jumper. I’m good when I keep moving around but I start my day with meditation and that, for me, means 20 minutes of sitting.

To fight the cold I decided to do a quick stretching before my meditation. Took me about 3 minutes to do and I did all while standing up. I followed this routine: neck, hands, arms, body, knees. “Stretching” isn’t probably even the correct term here, I’m more like just moving my limbs around in circles :)

I know I could fight my morning cold by starting off with exercising. I’ve decided not to do it because I remember my Transcendental Meditation teacher once telling me to rather be late to our session than hurry. Supposedly it takes quite some time for our bodies to relax and calm down to a level that is most effective for meditation.

My routine order was SEAVRS today, preceded by a short stretch.

Day 7 of Miracle Morning

6:00 Alarm. Wake-up. Dress up. Glass of water. I had no problem waking up this morning whatsoever :)
6:05 Silence. Didn’t do any stretching before my meditation so it was harder to sit still than yesterday.
6:25 Exercise. The usual: 20 push-ups, 20 crunches for abs, 20 squats.
6:28 Affirmations. I have three affirmations since starting with TMM so I read those out loud to myself. One is about being a morning person, one being an entrepreneur and one about being a peoples person.
6:31 Visualization. I close my eyes and my mind starts to wander off to random (so it seems) things. I think of some nice events and things but I hesitate and tend to think if these are really the things I should be focusing on. Complicated stuff but I know I will figure it out soon.
6:40 Reading. This comes easy to me. All I have to do is pick up my Kindle. It’s not so easy to stop after 10-15 minutes though. I like learning new stuff so I could keep going for hours.
6:53 Scribing. Question from the journal: What did you learn yesterday? My answer: Failure doesn’t keep you from success. It leads you there.
6:59 Done. Breakfast time


Day 8 of Miracle Morning

My cat has been a terrible #&@$ this morning. Woke me up repeatedly from 4.30. So I barely got any more sleep until my alarm went off at 6.

For a second I even thought of starting my morning ritual earlier but then crawled back to bed to wait for the alarm.

I think the habit is kicking in. If you’ve read the Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg you know that for a habit to form, 3 things need to be present:

  1. Cue
  2. Routine
  3. Reward

My cue for morning routine is the alarm that goes off at 6 am. If the alarm hasn’t sounded or time is not yet 6 am then I need willpower to convince myself.

That’s what I realized on myself first hand this morning:

If the cue is not there it will take a lot more effort to start the routine.


Day 9 of Miracle Morning

It’s 7:36 am on Saturday. I love Saturdays!

I have completed my morning routine, had breakfast and am enjoying my coffee now while writing this entry. What I love about Saturdays is that I have so much time to do the things that I like.

I realized today that I have this limiting belief that “planning things is bad”.

I’ve almost never planned my travels, holidays, my work. I’ve believed that without planning much more interesting things will happen. I think I just realized that it’s not necessarily true. I will get a daily/weekly planner today and start planning things (incl success) ahead of time. What a discovery this is to me! Yay :)

Plans for today:

From 8..10 am I plan to start working on something new. I want to create a course. It’s something I’ve been putting off for awhile now. I will do some outlining and planning today and then I need to make it a daily routine so I don’t fall off track.

At 11 am I have a follow up session with my meditation coach.

1..2 pm Work on my passive income sites

2 pm .. Work on the course

Day 10 of Miracle Morning

My first 5 am day! And it’s Sunday! (yes, another exclamation mark)

I decided to wake up an hour earlier so I have more time to work on my financial goals before I need to rush to the office by 9 am. I don’t actually need to rush anywhere today because it’s Sunday but I want to be prepared for tomorrow and for the next week. So I thought: why not start today and test it out.

I am creating a new habit, starting today. I’ve decided to create a course and teach people about a subject I know, so I will be working an hour daily on creating this course. I have also added two more daily tasks in my calendar so I’m actually trying to create 3 new habits. Maybe I got carried away with planning my calendar yesterday? Oh well, let’s see how it works out.

It’s 6:39 now. I’ve just had my breakfast and am enjoying my morning coffee as I write this. I did feel a bit more sleepiness during the SAVERS than usual so I might have a nap sometime after completing my new morning routine.

I had a small “a-ha” moment yesterday about calendars and planning while walking to the supermarket. I realized that planning daily recurring events in my calendar is key to getting them done. Here’s what the mornings of my next week look like:

my next week in Google calendar


Day 11 of Miracle Morning

I woke up at 5 am. That’s the new time since yesterday.

Yesterday I had a 1.5 hour nap in the afternoon because I felt sleepy and it was hard to focus on anything. I found myself staring at a screen, reading through newsfeed of Facebook or whatever and decided to go to sleep to come back later and do fresh start.

After my nap I had a new wave of energy, so I worked on my websites and started to take a course on SEO.

Now that I have my SAVERS done. I will continue with my new daily schedule:

6:30 – 7:30 Work on a new product
7:30 – 8:00 Promote my sites
8:00 – 8:30 Write for my sites

I have these tasks scheduled for every day this week. If I follow through then big success should follow. Let’s see :)

Update 8 pm: I’ve been feeling sleepy and tired throughout the afternoon today (had 5 hrs of sleep) but I also feel relaxed because I know I did all the important stuff in the morning after I got up and now after work I can do whatever I want.

Before MM I used to feel guilty for not working on my passive income goals enough. So I would stay up late at night to work on those projects, but I struggled to get anything done after a long day at work. I would go zombie in front of the screen. Looking back now, I  realize that I only got things done on weekends, when I had the energy.

Now I can get things done every morning and I can go through the rest of the day with a peaceful mind, not having to worry if I can find the time and willpower to work on my side projects.

Day 12 of Miracle Morning

I woke up at 5 again and did my SAVERS in the usual order.

Something new: I visualized giving a TEDx talk. I was standing on the stage. There was a big crowd and they liked me.

I’m 70% through reading the book (Art of Work) so I will need a new one soon. Someone mentioned a book called Willpower. It sounds interesting and useful to me. I will check that out.

Day 13 of Miracle Morning

5 am start. After SAVERS I had a quick breakfast and a cup of tea (instead of the usual coffee).

I used write this journal entry after breakfast but today I switched things around a bit.

After breakfast, at 6:15 I started working on my financial goals. I recorded the first video for my course – success! It’s less than one minute long and it took me an hour to do the screencast recording and audio narrating. I’m really slow with this and critical about my voice. I have a shitty microphone as well, waiting for the new one (iRig Mic HD) to arrive in my mailbox.

7:15 – 7:45 This slot is allocated for working on the SEO of my websites (3 of them). I want to use this time to build backlinks but I enrolled in an SEO course, so I used that time today to watch the course videos and update my skills a bit.

7:45 – 8:15 Writing for one of my sites. I wasn’t able to get a post published today. I did some research on a new post.

8:15 – 8:30 Time allocated to write this entry. As I mentioned, I used to do it right after my breakfast but my SAVERS routine has become just that – a routine – so there isn’t much to report about. So I’d rather like to look back at my financial tasks and report about them.

Day 14 of Miracle Morning

8:17 am

Yesterday when I went to bed I wrote some thoughts down in a notebook I bought a couple of days back. My plan is to turn this into a new habit – journaling before sleep.

I remember I wrote two paragraphs but I can’t recall exactly what. I do remember I added another note about a potential business idea that popped into mind and I might want to suggest to a friend of mine.

What I did after the Miracle Morning (SAVERS):

  • Product creation (45 minutes): I outlined another lesson of my course that I am creating.
  • Marketing (30 minutes): Continued with the SEO course on Udemy (35% complete)
  • Writing (minutes): Researched new post material for my Fashion site. I should be able to turn it into a blog post tomorrow

And now I’m done writing this entry (8:24 am). Time to get ready and show up at the office.

Day 15 of Miracle Morning

It’s Friday May the 1st and it’s a public holiday in my part of the World. So it’s like Saturday but even better!

I went to bed at 0:30 and got up at 5:00. It was definitely not easy to get up this morning but I did it anyway :). I would have probably slept in and had an extra hour of sleep if it was a regular work day. It’s 9:26 now that I am writing this. Still awake ;)

I felt tired and sleepy through the entire duration of the SAVERS this morning. It only got better when I finally had my breakfast and coffee at 6 am.

It crossed my mind a couple of times to curl back to bed. I was mostly worried that I wouldn’t really enjoy this as much as usually, and I didn’t. But I went through with it because I wanted to know how I feel when I have it done.

It’s an experiment and if I’d quit right away I wouldn’t really know what kind of effect the lack of sleep has on my day. Going through with the routine, I will find out if I become really tired and sleepy during the day, and then can have extra sleep next time. The idea is to learn about myself and optimize along the way to become more effective, and soon that will lead to success (I’m sure) in many areas of my life.

Because it’s a day off I didn’t rush with my other (financial) morning routines and spent a total of 3 hours on them, instead of the usual two hours.


Day 16 of Miracle Morning

I went to bed at 11 pm last night. I read a little and wrote a couple of sentences in the journal while lying in bed.

I opened my eyes suddenly and it’s 4:12 am. I try to fall back asleep as my alarm doesn’t go off before 5:00. After awhile I look at the clock again and now it’s 4:29. I think: “Maybe I should get up now?” and crawl out of the bed.

It’s 9:37 now and I’ve been awake for 5 hours already! It’s Saturday so I have more freedom than during the workweek.

I did the savers from 4:30 – 5:40 and then continued with my passive income goals.

I haven’t really planned all the business tasks well so I tend to start thinking which tasks should I do and it’s currently pretty exhausting. Takes more time as well as effort because there’s still some decision making involved.

I aim to turn all my passive income work into daily habits though so I can just do them as automatically as possible. First step to accomplishing this is to have a todo list with a number of tasks ready so I don’t need to start figuring out each morning what I should do.


Day 17 of Miracle Morning

It’s Sunday and got up at 5 am.

SAVERS: Slight change in the order in which I performed the savers this morning: I started with E because I felt cold and didn’t want to sit down for meditation. I’ve felt shivers coming up when meditating first thing in the morning and it distracts me from my meditation session so I’m experimenting with different ways here.

And did I mention that I started reading The 10X Rule by Grant Cardone? I feel it’s going to be life changing. I will write a detailed review once I’m done with it.

When doing my new business routines (6:30-8:30) I noticed that it’s hard to keep going non-stop without breaks so I decided to end each 30 minute session five minutes earlier and add a 5 minute break before the next session starts.

I feel great by the way. Although there’s nothing tangible to show yet (goals achieved, more money), I am really happy with myself and the progress that I’m making. I can truly feel that success is just around the corner and not hidden behind some seven mountains in a land far far away.


Day 18 of Miracle Morning

A small setback today. I woke up at 7:00 instead of the usual 5:00.

I went to bed at 0:35 last night and wrote a couple of paragraphs in my journal while lying in bed. I tried to fall asleep then but couldn’t. In the afternoon I’d done a meditation session and fallen asleep during that. I slept an hour or so. I guess that’s why I couldn’t fall asleep anymore.

I remember looking at the clock at 1:27. So I probably fell asleep at around 2:00.

When the alarm went off at 5 am I jumped out of bed and drank a glass of water. I even did my Exercise part of the savers but struggled to keep my eyes open so I decided to go back to sleep for another two hours. I set my alarm to 7:00 am and woke up as a new person :)

I started over with savers and completed it by 8:05.

I skipped all the other routines I have scheduled (working on my product, writing for my sites, seo) for each morning and decided to do them in the evening after work. It’s 9:15 pm now and I’ve completed all the tasks I had planned for the morning instead of one 30-minute writing task. I just can’t make myself do it right now.



Day 19 of my Miracle Morning

Back to 5:00 am! After failing to go to sleep at a reasonable time the day before yesterday I pulled myself together and went to bed before 11 in the evening last night. I still felt some resistance in getting up early.

I feel great and energized now but I don’t feel as excited about it as the first two weeks. I guess the novelty effect is declining. Need to carve this habit into stone fast now, before I run out of willpower.

I wrote down my goals in my journal last night while in bed:

  • I am constantly making $10,000 / month from passive income streams
  • I am friends with Pat Flynn and Tim Ferriss
  • I am one of the most wanted speakers at business/marketing/productivity conferences
  • I am a good selfish person who likes to help others
  • I travel a lot and meet new interesting people

I rewrote them this morning before visualization session. I’ve always struggled with visualization till now. Having written down my goals on paper it makes the visualization so much easier! Try it, you’ll be amazed. Tip: when writing down your goals, write them as if the already happened. You can read more about the importance of this in The 10X Rule by Grant Cardone (note to self: write a book review once finished reading).



Day 20 of my Miracle Morning

5 am!

Today I did my savers in SEAVRS order again. I’m starting to grasp the visualization part now. I write down my goals in my journal. I do it just before visualization. It helps a lot.

Getting ready to start recording screencasts for my course (so I can kickstart when my iRig HD mic arrives from Amazon).

English is not my first language so I practice pronunciation and American accent daily by listening and repeating.

Amy Walker has a very helpful and engaging free video course on Youtube. I absolutely adore her. So much positive energy! She’s an actress, singer and a voice-over artist among other great talents (or should I say hard work). Here’s her website.

Another great place I go for daily practice is There’s a new “listen and repeat” pronunciation lesson every day.

Days 21-22 of My Miracle Morning

5 am on both days!

In the last days I’ve been trying to go to bed earlier now. This article about sleep on EliteDaily gave a boost to that. I’ve decided to turn off my computer at 10 pm. After I’ve shut down my pc I read, journal and go to bed.

Last night it was really hard to fall asleep for some reason. I know there’s a lot of information available online on how to fall asleep. It’s time to take a closer look at it :)

I’m going out of town tonight and we’ll most probably be offline till Sunday evening so I won’t be posting an update till then. There’s a party at my friend’s place and I’m going to stay there for the next two nights. I have no idea if I’m going to be doing Miracle Morning routine there or if I’ll just pass. I probably won’t go to bed until 3 am tonight and tomorrow so it’s going to be tricky.

Two days off

I was out of town with friends this weekend and decided to take two days off from my miracle morning. On Friday I went to bed around 2 am (that’s Saturday morning actually) and slept till 10 am. On Saturday I went to bed at 3 am (Sunday morning) and woke up at around 10 am.

After waking up I went straight for a coffee and breakfast and just skipped the whole routine. I think it’s ok if you have it planned ahead. Don’t skip your morning routine on a regular day!

I had more sleep on the weekend than I’ve had on a regular day for the last 3 weeks. I still felt sleepy on a numerous occasions during the day. I think it was due to the food and alcohol consumed. I am starting to notice my body more now. I didn’t recognize this before.

Day 23 of my miracle morning

Back to 5 am. I arrived home at around 10 pm last night and was pretty tired from the weekend so it was easy to fall asleep by 11 pm.

I read The 10X Rule on a train on my way back home yesterday and continued this morning. My Kindle says I’m 71% through. I love this book. It motivates me to dream big and take action. I have highlighted a ton of notes and will soon write a review about it.

I haven’t been journaling in the Google docs file for a number of days now. I just write my goals in my paper notebook. I do that daily before the visualization session. Currently I have 5 goals and I just rewrite them by heart every day. The wording changes a little bit day-to-day but the content of the goals has stayed the same.

Day 24 of my miracle morning

Well.. it’s 6:37 pm and I just finished my miracle morning routine. A little more than 12 hours later than usual.

I got home at 1:00 am last night so I decided to sleep in. I set my alarm to 8:00 am instead of the usual 5:00. When I woke up I only did the meditation part and then had to leave for work.

When I got back home after work I did the full miracle morning routine.

I finished the 10X book yesterday and haven’t picked a new one yet. Today I re-read all the notes I had highlighted in The 10X Rule. So many good insights!

I think it was the right choice to sleep in. I noticed that I didn’t feel sleepy during the day at work. The last 3 weeks I’ve averaged 5-6 hours of sleep per night and I know I yawn a lot after lunch. I’ve also felt minor headache at times. But today I feel great. I hope I can make myself go to bed and fall asleep by 10 pm so I can get 7 hours of sleep.

Day 25 of my miracle morning

I was awake before the 5 am alarm this morning. I probably woke up like 5-10 minutes before and just laid in bed. Then suddenly the alarm went off. I went to bed at 10:00 pm.

I haven’t had my early morning coffee for two days. I usually have it after the SAVERS routine at around 6:10 am. I have coffee when I arrive at the office at 9 am and usually another cup afternoon at around 2-3 pm.


Day 27 of my miracle morning

Went out with friends last night and got to bed at 1:30 am. Set my alarm to 7:00 and did my savers. Skipping all my financial tasks this morning again.

I started reading Blink by Malcolm Gladwell. I borrowed a paperback copy form the office awhile ago but never got past first chapter. Decided to pick it up again now.

I talked to a sleep therapist yesterday. She gave me a “sleep journal” that I am now starting to fill in each morning. I also set an appointment with her in the clinic. It’s in one week’s time from now. We’ll then take a look at my sleeping journal together and hopefully she can give me some advice on how to optimize my sleep for maximum efficiency.

A day off

Yesterday was a day off my miracle morning.

I slept one hour during the night (from 1:00-2:00 am), another hour in the morning (7:00-8:00) and about four hours during the day (12:00-4:00 pm). When I woke up I didn’t have time for the SAVERS.