There are two kinds of people in this world: Those that can’t wait to get out of bed in the morning, ready to start the day’s adventures and those that can’t wait to hit the snooze button three or four times before begrudging leaving their warm, cozy beds.
The early birds out there somehow wake up ready to tackle the day immediately, while the snooze buttoners would handle everything that comes at them from the confines of their comforter.
Either you’re one or the other, and the people who spring out of bed at first ringing of the alarm clock have always been praised while the rest of us are made to feel like we’re lazy procrastinators.
Lazy procrastinators, rejoice!
A recent study has found that the people who struggle to get up in the morning are potentially more intelligent, creative, and happy compared to the morning go-getters.
in the study Why Night Owls Are More Intelligent, London School of Economics (LSE) psychologist Satoshi Kanazawa and Psychology Today editor Kaja Perina explain that being in control of when you sleep and wake up is a sign of intelligence.