I don't really consider myself a lazy person but I've gradually obtained a big problem not being motivated to get out of bed over my last year+ of being in college. I was in the active army for 5 years and had no problem even at the worst of times with little sleep getting out of bed in a lot of situations because I didn't want to be the asshole that doesn't show up or deal with side effects of it. I didn't want to but I did it because I knew it was best. Now its starting to seriously effect my grades I think in addition to robbing me my entire mornings. Some weeks I get into a mode where I'm also going to sleep real late (maybe even 5 am). In the past I've occasionally taken a sleeping pill to help put me to sleep. I'm not an insomniac however. Over many years (even when I had to get up at 5:30am in the Army) I'd be in bed around midnight. I know its bad to go to sleep late but I don't think its the core problem when I need to be up around 9 or 11 at the earliest. I just don't want to get out of bed. So does anyone know of any strategies I can use? Some rare occasions I've felt motivated to get up but its a failing strategy. I've always used my cell phone as my main alarm and if I don't accidently turn it off after a couple snoozes I've hit snooze every 10 minutes for up to like 4 hours before. :robin: Another alarm clock being away from my bed really doesn't help so much either. I live in a small efficiency with really nobody to help wake me up. Its very quiet.