As someone who spent the majority of their time as a “night person”, I like my sleep. I’m one of those people who, while I can function on less than eight hours of sleep a night, you really wouldn’t want me around anyway due to my lack of functionality and general surliness. Over the past year or so, I’ve attempted to transform myself into a morning person by getting up earlier, usually to sneak my workouts in sometime in the morning before the day really starts. The hardest part of this has been the giant button that takes up the majority of free space on my alarm clock, labeled “snooze”. We’ve all been there before; your alarm goes off, and rather than force yourself awake to start the day, you’d rather just hit the snooze button and slip into 10 more sleepy, blissful minutes. Of course, this can be a dangerous habit, as hitting the snooze button once, can evolve into hitting the snooze button three or four times, and effectively wasting all of that time in the morning that you had intended to be productive.