Time between waking up and getting up.

@megamatt (14327)
United States
September 15, 2010 6:37am CST
I notice that there are times where I wake up but it takes me a bit of time where it takes me a bit of time to actually get up out of bed. Not much, maybe a few minutes, but there are a couple of times where it does take some time to motivate myself. Do you find yourself actually waking up, but taking a bit of time to get up?
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5 responses
@deve_annrn (1857)
• Philippines
15 Sep 10
Ahahaha.., My boyfriend is like this.., Sometimes.., I get pissed off when i wake him up to eat and it takes a lot of time for him to actually get up from bed.. But he is already awake.., I can't understand why he's doing that.., Because.., I don't find any difficulty in bringing myself to get up from bed when I wake up.., I can even go straight up as soon as I can open my eyes..=)
@milous (39)
• Slovak Republic
15 Sep 10
Wish I was like you. It takes me years to get out of the bed!
@megamatt (14327)
• United States
15 Sep 10
Yeah, there are days where I feel like I can just jump right out of bed. Then there are those days where, "oh man, already, I just feel like I've laid down." It is very intriguing to say the least. Thank you for your response. It is much appreciated and it contributed to the topic well. Have a nice day and thanks.
@Ramaditya (1227)
• Indonesia
19 Sep 10
No. I normally get up quickly after waking up. That's because I ever stayed in a dorm and I had to follow regulations (doing things in the morning). Plus, I think the longer I stay in bed the less motivated I will become.
@megamatt (14327)
• United States
21 Sep 10
Yeah, motivation does tend to fail if we stay in bed a lot of the time. It is extremely hard to get out of bed and get moving, when we stay in bed a lot longer. Thank you for your response. It is much appreciated and it contributed to the topic well. Have a nice day and thanks.
@mjeims (14)
• Philippines
18 Sep 10
I always experience this when I wake. I have to convince myself for a few minutes to actually get up and do my daily routine for the day. The call of the bed is very tempting after all and it would take another round of pep talk not to sleep again.
@megamatt (14327)
• United States
21 Sep 10
That bed can be very comfortable. It keeps calling us back, to get just a bit more sleep. Thank you for your response. It is much appreciated and it contributed to the topic well. Have a nice day, thanks.
• Quezon City, Philippines
17 Sep 10
hi, i have the same problem. and for me it's even worse. every day i still need to set my alarm's snooze because i always fall back to sleep even after waking up hearing the alarm. the disadvantage in this is that a lot of time is wasted because i tend to stay longer in bed than i should. i feel guilty!
@megamatt (14327)
• United States
21 Sep 10
All the alarm clock tends to do is cause irritation for me. Yes, it is hard to get out of bed a lot of the time. We need to almost coax ourselves up out of bed. Then the time wasted is extremely frustrating. Thank you for your response. It is much appreciated and it contributed to the topic well. Have a nice day and thanks.
@sender621 (14956)
• United States
15 Sep 10
The time that paasses between waking up and getting up can be the hardest to get by. Your eyes are open but you just are not ready to get out of bed yet. as soon as you get out of bedm you know you are ready to greet the day. some days you just don't want to do it.
@megamatt (14327)
• United States
15 Sep 10
There are many days like that. I know I have to get up but I just wish that I can just stay in bed and chill. Especially during winter days. Thank you for your response. It is much appreciated and it contributed to the topic well. Have a nice day and thanks.