I start to wake up at 6 am every day for the past one months, one of the most significant benefits is I can start my day early, now a day most of the time I can begin to zone in my work around 9 am.
I have read that to enjoy your morning is to avoid decision fatigue. When you need to make too much decision, you might feel too tired to get up or don't feel like to wake up to face all the decision making.
For me the morning session is pretty routine, once my phone alarm ring at 6 am, my engine start and wake up on the dot. ( Yes, it seem like now day my superpower is gone, I wake up when the alarm ring, might be related to my sleeping hour too little ).
I start my routine for cleaning up myself, boiling water, doing laundry and prepare all the things for kids going to school later. After that, I will do 10-minute casual browsing to wait for my mind clear and start my 200wad session. All these ends before 7:10 am and wake up the big kid, feed the big kid and hang out all the laundry.
Around 8 am, the small kid should be wake up already, so both kids are going to bath and going to school at 8:30 am. Sometimes my wife and I might go for a quick breakfast after sending both to the school, but most of the time we go home and ready to start the day for work.
As you can tell from my whole morning routine, the only time I need to think is during my 200wad session, and the rest is like routine work without much decision involved. It might not work for everyone, but it does the job to me, I sleep around 12 am to 1 am and wake up on the dot at 6 am daily.