Sometimes after the news sometimes late real late, especially if I'm writing or gaming!
About 11pm.. I try and get up the same time everyday which is about 6am to start that ever grueling exercise routine.
Week ends were made for fun. But I like to get up early and watch the sun come up, and stay up late and watch the sun come up. ..
I'm lucky to get to sleep before 2:30 or 3:00 any night, lol...especially if I've got a good book!
I guess it depends on what I am doing. If I am playing poker online, then I usually stay up until about 2:00, but if I am just watching tv, usually around midnight.
Usually late because I've got to see good movies or read magazines or solving those unfinished crossword or sudoku puzzles.
hmmmm usually 10ish though I don't fall alseep until later but that is me everynight since I have trouble sleeping. So yea late every night even during the week I'm afraid.
My bedtime changes daily. I can never fall asleep until the kids are down for the count - what ever time that may be :-) I'm the first one up each day and the last one down each night.
I usually go to bed about 1030-1100 everyday but the dogs have a midnite trip to the backyard habbit! How that got started I'll never know.
i am online poker addict, truely. I generally involved with the game until 2:30 at night, so at the weekend there is no question to go to bed early.
Usually fairly late if I am writing. Start writing look up at the clock and 3 hours have passed.
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