Tell us about your morning routine.
It’s all usually a blur of alarm clocks and running into everything because I can’t see with one eye open. Yet, I manage to crawl back into bed and sleep until the last possible second. There is a lot of calculating. It goes like, “If I get work clothes on now, I can sleep for ten more minutes.” “If I brush my teeth now, I can look at Facebook for two minutes before I’ll be five minutes late.” “Do I have a minute to put on make-up? Do I need to bother?”
Then I go to work and clock in by 6:05 am. I spend a considerable amount of time in the morning trying to get people out of bed. Many of those people are also calculating how much longer they can sleep. None of these people are my children. That routine is much different than my work/sleep/run into stuff routine.