It’s common knowledge that IF YOU GET A GOOD NIGHT’S SLEEP YOU WILL FEEL REFRESHED AND AWESOME THE NEXT MORNING THAT YOU WAKE UP. Is this true? I say…
The reason I say no is because
- I don’t actually *feel* refreshed the next morning even if I sleep at 9 or something (mostly because I don’t sleep at 9)
- You still feel sleepy in the morning
- And so what is more important is that YOU GET A GOOD MORNING’S ROLL-ON-THE-BED-AH-I-DON’T-NEED-TO-WAKE-UP-TIME.
Yes. I’m going to repeat that again. You need to get lots of time to roll on the bed. Forget whatever they said about sleeping early. If you sleep early and you don’t get time to roll about in your bed, not having to care about life, for about ten minutes, you’re still gonna feel exhausted. Haven’t you ever felt it before? That feeling of having to get out of bed right away after your eyes open? It’s a horrible feeling, isn’t it? To leave the comfort and warmth under your bedsheets to brush your teeth?
Alright, let me elaborate more on waking up late. If you absolutely have to get out of bed the minute you wake up, you are immediately forced to leave the safety of your bed. That isn’t a good feeling. There’s no one who doesn’t wake up feeling at least a bit sleepy. You still need to satisfy that desire to sleep simply by rolling around more. This is called Ken’s Theory. Isn’t it fascinating?
Anyway, I’m here to boast that since it’s term break for me, I get to roll about in bed in the mornings every day.