Why 5 AM the Excellent Time for Blogging by Adeel Sami

Mornings are good.

Mornings are the best time to do anything.

It is the time when you’ve everything in place.

Your mind is so fresh.

There’s peace in the street you’re living on.

Everyone is sleeping and giving you a chance to conquer the things you want to get done.

Yes, that’s the prime time when you have got the sound chance of “getting done” the things.

And our thing is the “blogging.”

So, knocking out the important bits of the blogging tasks you’re up with. Or probably the whole task in one shot.

My experience as the 5 AM guy

I am actually no more the 5 AM guy.

But I followed to be the 5 AM guy back in the time and not long ago, for a month.

I used to get up at 5 AM and straight knock into the gym for an hour.

Back at 6, and hit up my laptops at like 6:15 AM.

And pull up my blog.. for the writing.

And really I can claim I used to finish up the post in one shot and under the minutes and not longing to the hours.

These were hell lot of a work I couldn’t do in the whole day time when the sun is totally up (what I meant that everyone is up.)… πŸ™‚

Unusual do happen during the day, right?

What involved to make me productive at 5 AM

The peace in the town.

And the peace in the home.

Everyone was sleeping.

And you’re all up by yourself to hammer up the blogging tasks.

So, that really was the best month for me in being super productive.

The misconception of early rising for bloggers

Yes, there’s the misconception as well on the earth set for bloggers and by the bloggers.

It is said we are so good at the blogging during the night.

And I used to hit up the same thing in the past.

I used to be awake for very late (up to 4 AM) and that did good initially.

As the time went by, I felt so exhausted and tired that I was “sitting like a fool” even I had no sign of the sleep anywhere close in my eyes.

That, then, played up with my health and so much bad happened with me that I totally got lost in my routine.

I’ve always the *problem* of getting up early even if slept late in the night.

And the same happened with me — I was awake at like 6 to 7 AM even I slept at 4 AM.

So, you can easily guess your health is all ruined when you don’t have the good sleeping schedule catching up every day.

I went by this “waking up to late and getting up early” for some years and that so messed up my health.

Not only the health but I have not had any work schedule.

I used to be like a sleepy head for all day without taking a nap for a few minutes.

And when I had my time up, late night, I was already the total mess because of no sleep.

Then you may easily catch up how productive I was and what level of work I was doing in such state…

My condition right now

I’ve some schedule, for now, thank GOD!

Getting up at 5 AM is so helping me in getting the things killed “done.” πŸ™‚

Yeah, I am little late to early by 5 AM but it is almost there as long as I am awake and doing my things.

What can really help in getting up at 5 AM

This is the impressive piece from Robin Sharma that makes you get up at 5 AM.

Practice it and reap the fruits of getting up at 5 AM. Literally.

Your turn

When do you get up by?

How’s your productivity level?

And how’s your health? (Mine is still worst.)

Let’s share in the comment and let’s become the 5 AM guy! πŸ™‚

Happy early risin’!

About Adeel Sami –

Adeel Sami is the blogger from the tiny village in Pakistan. Loves to blog about “blogging” and have the keen interest of the writing.He helps in making the real tone of “blogging” understood by keeping everything simple and grow the network.

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I am Saurabh, working as webmaster and content writer at ALL DIGITAL TRENDS and Techibhai. I love to interact with minded blogger and write about SEO, Web design, Development trick and much more.

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Tania Potter - Soul Sense Coaching - last week

I naturally wake up early in the morning and find it a good time for writing. Like you say, the house is quiet and there are few interruptions which makes the time extra productive.

    Adeel Sami - last week

    Hello, Tania!

    Exactly! It is the best time to really become the super-productive due to the calmness around you!

    Thank you for sharing your thoughts! πŸ™‚

    ~ Adeel

Adeel Sami - last week


I am so honored of you, Saurabh, for lending me this opportunity to write on your fabulous platform!

Thank you so much!

And I’m hopeful this content adds the value for your readers!

Thanks once again! πŸ™‚

~ Adeel

Jacqueline - last week

I’ve been waking up early for years since I went into publishing. I used to wake up at 4am when I was working full-time and transitioning into the publishing. I now wake up at 5am, (sleeping in a little…lol) to complete some tasks. Whether they’re large or small, I like knowing I’ve accomplished a couple of things before 9am πŸ™‚

    Adeel Sami - last week

    Hello, Jacqueline!

    Yes, the night is for sleep!

    And if you’re working on the important tasks, the night time makes it worst due to dizzy or sleeping state because of staying awake since long.

    So, I compared both and found the early morning time working great in completing the tasks.

    So, it is really great to hear you’re really enjoying knocking down the tasks in the early morning! πŸ™‚

    ~ Adeel

Hussain Omar - last week

Hi, Adeel and Saurabh!

Loved the post!

The earlier you get up, the more productive you will be. I used to get up at 4:30-5:30, it is the best time for me.

In addition to the reasons you mentioned above, the internet speed will be great, as you are the only one using it πŸ˜‰


    Adeel Sami - last week

    Hello, Hussain!

    Thank you so much, buddy! πŸ™‚

    Exactly. Your brain is too fresh to pull out the best thoughts which so help in writing the best content. πŸ™‚

    And yeah, that internet thing is also the best thing to consider. πŸ™‚

    Thank you once again!

    ~ Adeel

Le - last week

I sometimes think I should get up early to write but mornings just aren’t my thing. I do enjoy it when my kids sleep late and I get some quiet time before our day begins.

Pardeep - last week

Great work dear! Success is just near about you!

    Adeel Sami - last week

    Hello, Pardeep!

    Thank you so much for the great wishes, buddy! πŸ™‚

    You enjoy it as well!

    ~ Adeel

Muhammad Ahmad - last week

Hi Adeel,
Excellent Advice buddy!
I love the way you explained why rising early is the simplest way to boost productivity. Thanks for being so awesome.
Saurabh, you’re so lucky to have a great blogger at your blog πŸ˜€
~ Ahmad

Satya - last week


That is absolutely a good time for blogging. Write when you feel fresh and calm that is what I also follow.


Whitney - last week

I naturally get up around 8am. However, I have been toying with the idea of waking up at 5am. I think I may go ahead and try it. Great post!

Amber - last week

I use to be a nightowl, but I have grown to really appreciate early morning. I love the quiteness and fresh air of the early morning. I had read somewhere that are mind is operating at a higher capacity in the early morning, and begins to fade as the day progresses is on. The summer days, though have me staying up to late. I always find it easier to rise earlier in the winter, when its easier to go to be early. Great advice.

Donna Merrill - a few days ago

Hi Adeel,

This is really pretty amazing to me.

I’ve been a night time worker and daytime sleeper inner for many years.

I guess staying up late doesn’t help.

And certainly as Robin pointed out in the article you linked out to, eating into the evening doesn’t either.

So maybe I should try the 5 a.m. technique.

I’m a little scared too but I’ll let you know how it works out.

it would certainly change my life some, like it did for Amber (above comment).

Thanks for posting this on your site, Saurabh.

Very practical advice that can certainly change many peoples’ lives.


Sue Bride - a few days ago

I used to be a night bird but no longer. I am now always up early. It is a good time to get things done without distractions. However I need a cup of coffee before my mind clicks into gear.


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