Attempt to Find A Perfect Alarm Clock

Despite the fact that mornings originate in Hell, we still have to encounter them (almost) every day. Whether you’re trying to be on time for the Literature class, catch an early flight, or finish the chapter you owe to an anxious publisher — we all need that kick that will get us out of the well-balanced climate of our bed sheets. For a while, my phone has served my alarm well. Today, though, I’m ready to admit that I’m spending too much time on the phone before bed — so much at times, that the whole purpose of sleep before an early rise turns useless. I couldn’t let the phone drama continue — so I removed it from my bedroom. How do I wake up without a phone?

Despite the fact that mornings originate in Hell, we still have to encounter them (almost) every day. Whether you’re trying to be on time for the Literature class, catch an early flight, or finish the chapter you owe to an anxious publisher — we all need that kick that will get us out of the well-balanced climate of our bed sheets. For a while, my phone has served my alarm well. Today, though, I’m ready to admit that I’m spending too much time on the phone before bed — so much at times, that the whole purpose of sleep before an early rise turns useless. I couldn’t let the phone drama continue — so I removed it from my bedroom. How do I wake up without a phone?

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1. Braun BNC011

It probably looks and feels like the most common clock. It’s all mechanical, powered by a single AA battery with handsomely convenient rubber base. Braun grants us no second chance, though — there’s no way to snooze this clock. ($40 on Amazon).

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