When you wake up in the morning, there’s a point of no return (to sleep).
This point is different for everyone. For some people, it’s the second they open their eyes. For others, it’s after they’ve gotten dressed. For others, it’s hours later, also known as “not having a point of no return to sleep.”
For me, it’s after I’ve put my contacts in. The terrible part about this is that I typically put my contacts in about a minute after waking up. (The curse of the rather blind.) Meaning, once I’m up, I’m generally up.
Even if I was stupid and accidentally set my alarm for way earlier than normal and now have a bunch of time to kill before work.
But it’s different for everyone.