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The Wide Awake Early Club
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A new e-book says the early morning hours -- we’re talking about getting up early, not staying awake till the wee hours -- are best for getting things accomplished. Laura Vanderkam, who’s billed as a time-management expert, maintains that the pre- and post-dawn hours, when many people are either asleep or still sluggish, can make all the difference in a person’s productivity. Well, efficiency and productivity are nice, but those things don’t even address the actual reasons that early birds like rolling out of bed while it’s still dark: the sheer enjoyment of getting the day off to a fast start.