Life begins early. You're born before you're a year old. So it's only natural mornings should start early as well. I got up at 8:30 today, and for the renaming days this week I plan on going up 15 minutes earlier each new day. Lately I've been sleeping late. I've been sleepy. When I say lately I mean the past half year. So even if this doesn't sound like that big of a deal to you, to me it's the start of a big change, a better routine, and a better morning routine forms the foundation for the rest of the day.
On mornings I get up. I brush my teeth. I warm up with a military training exercise (it's not as tough as the name makes believe though). I boot the computer and launch a batch file with a list of sites that are either 1) Informative 2) Useful 3) Entertaining. Once I've written a couple of written entries on two of those sites, used up all stamina on another one of those sites, watched the newest video clips on a third of these sites, read the news on a fourth and a fifth, checked my email on a sixth and a seventh, and occasionally read something on the eighth site, it's time for breakfast.
After that? Work. At around ten, walk. At arrival back, lunch. After that, work. At about 15, break. At about 18, dinner. At about 21, shower. That 21 is usually 22 or 23, but with a good routine, I hope to get that 21 to stay at 21. And that's the way to start... and end, a great day. A work day mind you. Weekends are a whole other story. Now, time to sell some stuff and book an appointment with some hopefully very talented dentist.