I saw this phrase "Why Late to Bed and Late to Rise Can Make You Successful" from an online article
Here are my studies
First, normally, we say "I am late for school/work..."
Second, we say "it's time for bed"
Third, the verb "rise" means "get up", so the phrase "late to bed" and "late to rise" don't share similar structure because "bed" is a noun and "rise" is a verb. "Rise" is also a noun but it doesn't have the meaning of "getting up".
Do we say "you are always late for bed and late for rise" or "you are always late to bed and late to rise" or "you are always late to go to bed and late to rise"?