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How a Night Owl Can Become an Early Bird

You’re not entirely at the mercy of your body’s natural rhythms

Illustration: Reza Hasni

AnAn old boss of mine was the most morning-y morning person that ever did morning. Her preferred bedtime was 8 p.m. sharp. She rose before newspaper delivery people and coffee cart operators and, also, the sun. By the time I got to the office each morning, she’d already lived an entire day…

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Madison Malone Kircher

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Madison Malone Kircher is a staff writer at New York Magazine. She lives in Brooklyn. Twitter: @4evrmalone

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