Just wondering if there are any others out there who are as sleep-deprived as I am right now. My son has been sick with a double ear infection for a few days now and I've barely had 2-3 hours of sleep a night since Wednesday. I thought about writing a few articles a couple of hours ago, since I am awake, but decided against it because I'm not sure I can string together a coherent thought right now.
Do you write when you're sleep-deprived? Or do you wait until you're rested and your brain is refreshed?
hi! I rest first, am very slow when I am sleep deprived, then in the morning where my brain works faster and there is silence in the house i can write faster and think faster too.
Sleep deprived is the best time to write! (or drunk)
Both. Im at work right now and work a 5 week on 5 week off rotation. 12 hour days when I am at work. So I do a lot more writing when I am on shift.
Am plagued with insomnia thannks to cancer meds but use the time to read other hubbers hubs and work on hubs. Seems like a better use of time than watching tv, etc.
hope all is going well in your treatments Jerilee, I stopped taking Tomoxifin and Femara because I didn't like what it was doing to me, stress is my biggest factor now, but totally understand the meds.
I also have a hard time forming a quality sentence when sleep deprived, I have been up since 3:45 am, seems to be the magic time for me, so I take the time to read others work and learn and get inspired. I have started many hubs, only to read them when rested and either delete or save for later, glad I didn't publish.
Anyway, to all us sleep deprived writers...I believe the most famous writers in our history were also...if that helps, I am tired.
Ear infections are no fun, I feel for your youngins. I actually got two a few months ago and was miserable for about a week.
In terms of writing when sleep deprived, I find that I am not as well suited to write quality content, so instead try to focus on things like proofreading or design when I am really tired or not feeling up to writing...
i lose the will to write when I am short on sleep, so tend to write short articles for my PR only websites.
It's all good though!
I write when I am sleep deprived and when I am alert, I believe I am more deprived of sleep then many. lololol
Whenever I'm looking for inspiration I make a provacive post. The replies will reanimate you and get your juices flowing. Don't worry if you don't become flavour of the month. After all, supposing you were in a pub, standing at the bar, and conversing with the barflies. It's fodder for the writer.
No booze here, but the next best thing.
Btw, I often fly on Royal Brunei Airlines. Why? Because jetlag confuses your time zones and there's no booze, but the wealth of material is intoxicating! Hic!
I am both though usually these days I write with a sleep-deprived brain because sadly I have been diagnosed with partial insonia...hopefully it doesn't turn into full flegded insomnia.
But yes I do write with a sleep deprived as well as a fresh mind...when I do get sleep lol
I write when I'm sleep deprived if an idea hits me and with a fresh mind, as well. I would prefer to write with a fresh mind, but my creativity seems to come alive late at night. There have been many nights, I find myself writing at 3 a.m. because I loose track of the time.
I get way too crabby when tired nobody dare disturbs me if I am sleeping rest is too important for my health so avoid being sleep deprived n prefer to write while alert n energized. Sorry to hear of your babies hope they get better soon.
Well I'm sorry to hear there are more sleep-deprived writers than me, but at least I don't feel alone. My son seems to be feeling better, thanks.
I generally write whenever I'm in the mood for it - gotta catch on to the feeling, you know? When I write when I'm tired, I end up usually being rather sarcastic and my writing is of a much poorer quality. You can probably pick out which of my hubs have been done at 3 AM =]
I have determined that sleep is for normals. I have mild insomnia. I just hope an idea hits me. November is my most sleep deprived month. My problem is that when I'm trying to sleep my mind whirls with ideas and it takes forever to get to sleep.
I have tried warm milk but I'm lactose intolerant.
by taylord08 7 years ago
Not too long ago, I wen to Kohls to buy my son some stuff. When I went to pay I took my wallet out my purse. I paid and left. Next thing I knew the cashier is behind me. I forgot what i bought and I left my wallet with all my credit cards and information on the counter. I am usually good about...
by SuperheroSales 6 years ago
I just read a Hub that said that the author was going to go to the freelance website and pay people to write articles for him that he would put on HubPages to make himself money from. That can't be okay with the HubPages site, is it? A couple of people commented, including an author that I have...
by Stacie L 7 years ago
Newser) Who is getting the least sleep? The Economix blog at the New York Times takes note of a list from the National Health Interview Survey: Most Sleep-Deprived6h57m Home Health Aides7h Lawyer7h1m Police Officers7h2m Physicians,...
by realtalk247 3 years ago
What state ranked #1 for the sleep deprived?You guess correctly - Georgia. According to yahoo news writer Amanda Chan, GA ranked as the #1 sleep deprived state. On average citizens of Georgia sleep 6.09 hours per night. Not surprising in an overworked underpaid state. Why is sleep so...
by Mom Kat 5 years ago
Holy cow! I've been hub hopping and looking through a few freshly written hubs today and I am blown away by the low quality!The thought hadn't even crossed my mind before now to add "flagging" to my list of things to do while hanging out at HP as part of my daily ritual. I'm...
by Don Bobbitt 3 years ago
Honestly, HP needs to step up and start filtering their input. I have been here for over 5 years and I have watched a lot of changes, but what I see as what must be the most damaging to HP (ergo we writers) with Google is the number of low quality Hubs being allowed in the gate. I hear a lot of...
Copyright © 2019 HubPages Inc. and respective owners. Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners. HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc. HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.
|HubPages Device ID||This is used to identify particular browsers or devices when the access the service, and is used for security reasons.|
|Login||This is necessary to sign in to the HubPages Service.|
|HubPages Traffic Pixel||This is used to collect data on traffic to articles and other pages on our site. Unless you are signed in to a HubPages account, all personally identifiable information is anonymized.|
|Remarketing Pixels||We may use remarketing pixels from advertising networks such as Google AdWords, Bing Ads, and Facebook in order to advertise the HubPages Service to people that have visited our sites.|
|Conversion Tracking Pixels||We may use conversion tracking pixels from advertising networks such as Google AdWords, Bing Ads, and Facebook in order to identify when an advertisement has successfully resulted in the desired action, such as signing up for the HubPages Service or publishing an article on the HubPages Service.|