31 Oct '17, 9pm
4 things I discovered after forcing myself to run every morning
Though it goes counter to the preferred doctrine, I tend to thrive on less than eight hours of sleep . I’ve been a night owl most of my existence, and usually only get five to six hours of shuteye. But I’ve never really worried about it, because being productive in the morning has never been an issue, whether I’m doing chores around the home or getting in to the office early to get ahead. But there’s one thing I’ve never been able to master because of this type of schedule: morning runs. RELATED: 8 Ways to Become a Morning Runner Any time I vowed to wake up, get a run in, telling myself I’d feel great the rest of the day, I would either turn off the alarm, or I’d groggily stumble out of bed and run the equivalent of “junk miles” during a crappy outing. But lately, both work and my personal life have been conspiring against me, to make my typical routines crumble. I'm curre...