Maybe. I was never a morning person because I couldn't enjoy them. I spent my mornings rushing to shower and get ready and finish up things before class or work. Every morning was a flurry of commotion drying my hair between sips of coffee, glancing at emails and putting on makeup at the same time. I was pretty much setting up my day to be nothing but hectic.
Even though it's hard for me (as a non-morning person) to fathom getting up a little earlier just to not be rushed, I have to admit it's made a huge difference for me in the past couple of weeks. Instead of pressing snooze a couple times and then hopping right into the shower, I go make a cup of coffee and pour a bowl of cereal. Then I can glance at emails, read some news, etc. And afterwards I still have enough time to get ready at normal speed instead of being in hyper-active-going-to-be-late-mode.
Something else that's made a difference? That when I open my window shades in the morning, I get to see the tinnnnny sliver of a moon in the pale blue morning sky outside my window. Which is gradually replaced by the sun streaming into my room. Maybe my mood and my new morning methods will all go out the window once the days are considerably shorter, or once I start opening my shades to cloudy rainy skies instead. But for now, I'm quite content with my recent discovery. That in fact, I could maybe be a morning person after all.
Just as long as my coffee machine doesn't break.
ps. Heading to Sens tomorrow for the weekend- my old stomping grounds! Planning on wandering along the streets, maybe a morning market, sitting in the quiet cathedral, eating some scrumptious indian food, and seeing old friends and new friends. What are your weekend plans?