Prep everything you will need including socks, shorts, sports bra, sneakers etc. Some newbie runners even prefer sleeping in their running clothes. It makes it just a little bit easier to get going.
Don't begin with a marathon. It's enough to start with 5 minutes run. The short run will not take much time, but at the same time, it will allow your body to ease into the idea of morning jogging.
You’ll find a million excuses if it’s just you. But if you have a buddy to run with, or if you can join a running group, you will be less likely to hit the snooze button and stay in bed. Make a commitment to each other that you’ll show up and hold each other accountable.
Develop reward mechanisms for yourself. Say, ‘If I don't miss running this week, I’ll buy/do something special.’ Also, remember to praise yourself after the each run. Don't forget to eat and drink something fresh and tasty in 30 to 60 minutes after you finish exercising.