How can I get out of bed more easily in the morning?

How about practising an awakening breath as soon as you open your eyes? 
Rapid breaths facilitate the secretion of adrenaline and stimulate the sympathetic nervous system. This part of the nervous system is in charge of the body's fight or flight response, enhancing alertness, concentration, and energy. 
It will increase the oxygen level in your blood, energize you and make it easier to get out of bed in the morning. 
Try taking 4 short breaths through the nose and breathing out through the mouth for a count of 2. So, you'll sniff 4 times and exhale quickly through the mouth in 2 counts.

Continue for 30 seconds. If you're feeling comfortable, increase the duration to 1-1.5 minutes.

You can find many other energizing breaths to help you recharge in Breath Hub.