"Never use your favorite song as your alarm clock, you'll end up hating it.
When you use your phone as your alarm clock, you might think that you want to wake up to your favorite song. You do not. The first couple of days you’ll enjoy it, but then the effect will reverse itself. It won’t be “I wake up to my favorite song,” it’ll be “sometimes iTunes plays my alarm.” Every time your old favorite song comes on, you’ll feel antsy or anxious.
ou switch to another song, the cycle will continue, leaving a trail of ruined songs in its wake, and you’ll take months to recover your joy for these songs. (All of this also applies to ringtones.)
If you really want a personalized alarm, try something ephemeral, a kind of song that you wouldn’t normally listen to for pleasure, but which brings back memories, like a commercial jingle or video game theme. Or a song you wouldn’t usually listen to, but has some novelty value for you.
If you used your favorite song as your alarm clock, you will end up haring it.
These are the reason why you must not used your favorite song as your alarm clock.
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