This one comes from my coworker Terri, who started doing it last month. She said, "When I was growing up, my mom would make me take out my clothes for the next day before I went to bed, and I hated it, because it was one more ~responsibility~ I certainly hadn't asked for. As soon as I left home, I said fuck that, and promptly began spending 20 minutes agonizing over outfits in the morning, making myself late for class and work on a regular basis. Adulthood! Recently, I realized my mom was onto something, and decided to pick out my outfits before going to sleep, and yup, I should've listened to her all along. Having one less decision to make in the morning means I can stay in bed for a little longer, which for me, is the ultimate goal of everything I do."
Another friend of mine recently started setting out her outfits for the entire week in advance. (She actually got a separate little clothing rack, similar to this $40 one from Amazon, where she hangs everything.) She told me, "It's not the cheapest, which I did on purpose. It's very sturdy and pretty and I like that you can hang things off the end. Also, laying out my clothes has changed my morning life, thank you and good day."