Your alarm reads 6:00 a.m. and then all of a sudden we hear BEEP, BEEP, BEEP, damn! time to hit the snooze button(admit it, it's usually not just that one hit, for me its like 3 unless the DOG IS WHINING.) After the first hit, the alarm goes off again and the dog is right next to me letting me know he needs to go to his business, in dog language obviously(would be cool if animals could talk.)
This is the point in time when your consciousness really starts working in motion, from the very second you get out of bed you're going through the motions of day to day life. As you cycle through the motions throughout the day, you also have to deal with emotions. Usually emotions are brought out based on an event from your external world, anything from an interaction your have with someone else, the environment your in. For example, if you HATE your job, you likely are going to feel miserable prior to getting there and by time you get there you are now faced with various emotions, ranging from anger, disgust, frustration, it may have started off with just feeling miserable about your job but on the way there you started thinking about days at your job prior to this day and now have built up all these emotions and then expected to perform your duties as if nothing is bothering you at all.
Don't worry you are not alone, everyone has to cycle through the motions while dealing with their emotions. In my experience, usually around lunch time I would crash. I believe we get to this point so early in the day because the two components are working against each other, one saying we have to motion through the cycle, the other one saying "NO, I have had enough, I don't want every day to be the same", usually 9 times out of 10, guess who wins the battle?? You guessed it, the MOTION. Now let me tell you why. In order to finish out your day, you have to motion through it, regardless of how you are feeling, even if you were sick and had to go home to rest, you still have to cycle through the motions(frequent trips to the bathroom, adjusting your pillow, etc.)
The key here is to not let your emotions overcome you to a point where you feel like cycling through the motions of your day to day life is impossible. It can't be impossible, I know it sucks, especially if you are depressed and feeling like shit but you have to finish out your day. You can find ways to cope with how you're feeling. I struggle every damn day with my anxiety and me telling myself I'm not good enough, but I am here to tell you that if I can deal with this crazy life so can you. Life is too short, don't be stuck in emotions that only make you weaker, for every 3 Negative thoughts counteract it with 5 Positive thoughts.
Remember, "Stay Blessed & Be Positive"