Introspective Journaling - Day 1: What would a good morning entail?

What would a good morning entail? (not a perfect morning, just a good one)

I would wake up before or around six o' clock to allow myself plenty of time to accomplish things before work.  Shortly after waking up, I would drink a hemp protein shake in water and head out to the garden.  After completing my tasks in the garden, i would then come back inside to read or study for around an hour.  After that, I would do some form of exercise for 30 to 45 minutes.  Then i would meditate, eat a healthy breakfast and then, finally, start getting ready for work.

This would set me up to have accomplished all of my major goals before i even leave the house for work in the morning.  

Oftentimes (despite trying to develop a morning routine) i find myself sleeping in late and dragging ass all the way into the office.  That feeling on non-accomplishment hangs over me like a black cloud all day.  By the time i get home i'm tired and just want to zone out -- resulting in another wasted day.  A day i'll never get back.

Each day is an opportunity to either get better or to get worse.  There is no staying the same.

If i could just check off knowledge acquisition (reading, typically), exercise, and meditation before i left for work i know that it'd pay dividends.  The struggle thus far has been having the motivation and excitement to get my ass out of bed in the morning.  It's too easy to hit the snooze.  

I know what i have to do, it's just a matter of getting it done.