In our 'I Woke Up Like This' series, 9Honey removes the filters from everyday life and bares all for a much-needed reality check.
Speaking to a range of people ¡ª from faces you know to faces you will want to know ¡ª we tear away the fa?ade of make-up and social media and bring things back to basics with realistic 'I woke up like this' selfies and morning routines.
Today, we're 'waking up' with Nine sport presenter Roz Kelly.
What time do you wake up??
"Between 5 and 6am ¡ª and about three times throughout the night for kids!"
How many alarms do you set??
"At least two, and for obscure times like 5.02am or 5.16am. But I'm a chronic snoozer, I'll hit the snooze button 10 times before climbing out of bed."
Tea or coffee??
"Is this a trick question? Coffee or die."
TV or radio, podcast or silence??
"Silence is my preference, but kids screaming and fighting is the soundtrack of my mornings at this stage of life. I'll often sit on the balcony with a coffee before they wake up, and savour five minutes of peace and quiet before taking on the day."
What do you eat for breakfast?
"The kids' leftovers. I wish I was joking, but more often than not I finish their toast or fruit as we are running out the door. When I'm organised, I'll generally opt for boiled eggs or an omelette."
How long does it take you to get out the door??
"I'm fortunate that there are magicians at work who sort out my hair, makeup and wardrobe and make me look respectable, which saves a LOT of time in the morning ¡ª otherwise I may never get out the door! So I just throw on clothes (activewear) and focus on getting the kids fed and off to school."
Any unusual morning routines or habits??
"Oh, how I wish I could tell you I meditate and do yoga every morning before setting my intentions for the day, and oh how I admire the women that have nailed that balance.
"Rather, I've established a very basic evening routine which has a flow-on effect that makes the mornings run a little more smoothly. I'll always make school lunchboxes and lay out everyone's clothes (uniforms, work clothes, after-school sports gear), which reduces decision-making and chaos in the morning."
What's the one thing you never have time for in the morning??
"At this stage of life, it's exercise. I operate so much better when I begin my day with exercise, but because I travel a lot for work right now, it's important I'm home when the kids wake up whenever I can be.
"A mum friend with grown-up kids once said, 'This is just a season of life'. It's something that really resonated with me. Before I know it, the kids will be all grown up and I'll have all the time in the world to exercise, and then I'll miss the madness."
What's the one thing you always do?
"Drink coffee and yell at someone."