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Are you a morning person, or night owl? What are the pros and cons of each?

  1. PinotsHub profile image58
    PinotsHubposted 7 years ago

    Are you a morning person, or night owl? What are the pros and cons of each?

  2. jen tse profile image57
    jen tseposted 7 years ago

    I am a night person for sure. A part of me wishes I was a early rise, a woman who could wake with the sun, calm and refreshed by the morning dew. But, it was not to be.
    Sigh

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    Ruach Eishposted 7 years ago

    I am definitely a morning person.  I find that my brain is very active and I do all my work/studying/socialising in the mornings.  I have to have a rest come early afternoon before I carry on and by about 5pm my brain has slowed down to a crawl - and for goodness sake don't try to get any sense out of me after 9pm whatever you do!!  I can't tell you what the pros and cons are - I've just always been that way.  My best friend is the opposite: she goes to bed at about the time I get up every morning! I love to watch the sunrise: that's one advantage of rising early.  (I'm watching it now as I write this)

  4. mcrawford76 profile image81
    mcrawford76posted 7 years ago

    I work graveyard so I am a night person by default - virtually nocturnal actually, I don't see the daylight very much.
    As far as the pros and cons - there's free parking downtown at night. The few calls I get are usually more interesting than daylights. I'm home and awake in the evenings to spend time with my kids when they get home from school.
    Biggest con would be trying to sleep during the day - the light, the noise, people mowing their lawn when you're trying to go to sleep, etc.

  5. thiruselvamk profile image62
    thiruselvamkposted 7 years ago

    I am perhaps a night owl.It is reaching midnight and I will be awake for another 2 hours, before I go to bed. Yet I can wake  at
    3am...... be very alive and get out of bed to do blogging or paper work or knock off to awaken at 7 or 8am. No fast rules or strict sleep time-table. Flexi hours.I see no particular pros or cons being a morning person or night owl.

 
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