Some people just aren't built for the mornings. Despite promises to change for the better, their earliest hours are often races against the clocks. If this sounds like how you start your day, know that there are a few things you can do to get a little more breathing space. It all starts with identifying the little things that trip up your routine. We've identified a few possible culprits for you -- and all of them have something to do with your home.
1. You never put up curtains in your bedroom. Whether it's the glow from the street lights or an oddly bright moon, light can be a huge cause of sleep disruption. Blinds just won't cut it. Instead, try room-darkening curtains, which occasionally have the added benefit of quieting your home.