7. Let the Sunshine in

I love that song my Mama used to sing when I was a kid..."So let the sunshine in, face it with a grin.

Smilers never lose and frowners never win.

So let the sunshine in, face it with a grin, open up your heart and let the sunshine in." Get up and get those windows open.

Sunlight is good for you in so many ways.

Not only the vitamin D, but also, scientists say that it regulates serotonin levels, which decides whether you're sad or happy.

That's why many people in places like Alaska suffer from depression - the lack of sunshine!

I hope these tips have helped learn how you can wake up and get to where you need to go, on time.

How do you wake up on time?

Top Photo Credit: Ben Heine