Getting out of bed can be tough. Your cozy comforters beg you to stay while your blaring alarm clock begs to be snoozed.
Well, establishing a morning routine can be very helpful — hydration, meditation, goal-setting, healthy eating, and not checking your phone are key — but there's something else that might take the edge off waking up forever: an aromatic alarm clock.
Imagine waking up every morning not to an annoying sound but instead to the smell of coffee — or your favorite breakfast food, or the ocean, or even cold hard cash — whatever motivates you to get your day going.
That's the idea behind SensorWake, an alarm that emits the odor of your choice to gently rouse you from your slumber.
According to its Kickstarter campaign, it was invented by Guillaume Rolland, an 18-year-old engineering student from France who wants to revolutionize the way the world wakes up.
Rolland partnered with fragrance and flavor company Givaudan to create a variety of scents: