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Susan Miller, the founder of AstrologyZone, wakes up before 7 a.m. most days.

An author and astrologer with millions of fans around the world says the first person she calls every morning is her banker

Susan Miller, founder of the popular horoscope website AstrologyZone, has an "obsession with beautiful financial records," she told the Cut.
Steer clear of these morning mistakes.

7 mistakes you make after you wake up that ruin your day

Do the morning right. Avoid these common mistakes people make when they wake up, which can set the stage for an unproductive day.
Don't let this happen to you.

7 simple things you can do at night to make your morning routine easier

When your morning routine involves chaotic scrambling, you're setting yourself up for a bad day.
Drink coffee after 9:30 am.

12 mistakes you might be making in the first 10 minutes of the workday

Research suggests that the best time to drink coffee is actually after 9:30 am.
The author, his wife, and their 5-year-old son.

We give our child at least half an hour of playtime before school, and it’s made all our mornings better

Children thrive on routine, which is why my family gives our 5-and-a-half-year-old son at least 30 minutes of playtime before school.
The author, pictured above, makes coffee for her partner every morning.

I incorporated a simple gesture into my morning routine to make my partner happy, and now it makes both of our mornings

A small gesture of gratitude has now become a standard part of my morning routine.
But it's not all bad news.

I’ve cut back on screen time by following a strict phone routine, and it’s made my mornings more efficient and productive

I follow a strict phone routine each morning, which allows me to save time and get better prepared for the day while not giving up my phone entirely.
Susie Moore, the author.

I’ve started waking up at 5 a.m. after years of sleeping in, and I’ve built 4 key habits that make it much easier

Want to wake up earlier? So did entrepreneur Susie Moore, who made it easier by building habits that shape her entire day.
Betty Liu.

An NYSE exec takes a different route to work every day to remind her of a lesson she learned traveling the world

Betty Liu, the executive vice chairman of the New York Stock Exchange, says she changes her daily commute to work on consecutive days.
My husband, Heath, and our dog, Coco, during the 5 a.m. to 6 a.m. "victory hour."

After years of sleeping in, I started waking up at 5 a.m., and I’m blown away by how it changes my day

After reading "The 5 a.m. Club," Susie Moore challenged herself to start waking up at 5 a.m. every day, hours earlier than usual. It's been a success.