Ok, I should say:
- You should make your bed after you wake up.
- You should make your bed after you woke up.
- You should make your bed after you have woken up.
In case 1, the waking-up action happened before "make the bed", but English doesn't have "past in the future" tense though we do have "future in the past" tense (was going to do....)
In case 2, you broke the universe because the "waking up" action did not exist at the time of saying.
In case 3, but we do have future perfect tense in English. However, we are not allowed to use future perfect after time clause but present perfect tense. So we cannot say "you should make your bed after you will have woken up", but we can say "you should make your bed after you have woken up".
So, which one to use?