I certainly am a night owl. I guess I don't need too much downtime, and I find I am the most productive in the wee hours of the night..
My husband's shift changes periodically, and since I don't work full time and we have no kids, I adjust to his schedule. So right now, yes we're night owls. But when he goes on first shift we have to be in bed by 9:00!
I'm a night owl simply because I love the night time. To me, it's a time when i can enjoy silence and solitude, and really focus on what's at hand instead of being distracted by frenzy of daytime activities.
Also, the moon and stars are just too beautiful to miss out on.
It has been years that I am a night owl due to the fact my brain is very active during nights.
It might be said as insomnia by doctors as I have tried all medical means to help me to sleep but has little effects.
So, I am mostly working on the computer during the early hours where everyone is sleeping soundly.
At least having my computer to keep me company is a consolation.
Yes i am. I have been working late shifting for many years, i come home late at night and stay up for a while for me to relax. Now i am making night duty as a Nurse.
Im not a night owl..but I like staying up late. And get up late. Wish it was possible. Night you get a peace and calm which you dont get at any other time.
I am definitely a night owl. I used to work night shift for 6 years around 4 years ago. I love how silent it is at night, when my daughter is asleep and there is some calm in my life! I often sit up reading and researching hubs until 2 or 3 am. I seem to get so much done at night. Now that I work a few days a week, I tend to go to bed around 11am on worknights.
I am a bit of a night owl as I find it a good time to have some time to myself and also it is quiet time to relax and think.
Night Owl without doubt...Creative type, so I spend all day working and thinking about my projects. Night time is the most relaxing and peaceful time for me; that is when I implement my ideas. I have been known not to go to sleep.
Yes I am. I'm definately not an afternoon person. But mornings and well into the wee hours tend to be my best times both for working on crafts or writing.
yes although I'm not sure why. i have to get up in the morning now for my new job and it's a horrible adjustment.
night owl for sure. I have worked in bars and restaurants for the past ten years, which means getting out of work wide awake late at night.
I personally have tried to change my sleeping habits, but I seldom can sleep at night. It is 4:15am and here I am ready for a cup of coffee. Have a wonderful day.
I'm Def A Night Owl, Throughout My entire life I've been up very energetic at Night, never understood why but I Am Lol. Even when I was younger 9 and 10 I would stay up late even if I had to go to bed at A Specific Time I would pretend to sleep and Read a Book With a Small Nightlight Type thingy but i'd pay afterwards if My Parents Caught me. Same Goes as I Grew Up still A Night owl Very Energetic, Have more room to maneuveur with what I do at night, I also really enjoy taking long walks at night if its not too bad outside = ] but i really enjoy reading and watchin television with my hubby at night as well ^_^
by Linda Bilyeu 5 years ago
Are you an early bird or a night owl?I've always been an early bird. There's just something I've always enjoyed about waking up before daylight and witnessing a sunrise. How about you? Why are you a night owl or early bird?
by Thomas Mitchell 7 years ago
What are the long term ramifications of working overnights?Will working overnight shifts for an extended period of time affect your health?
by Marilyn L Davis 4 years ago
When is your most productive time to write and describe why?Although answered about 17 months ago, I am asking again because I think it broadens our awareness of the benefits and drawbacks for choosing - "early morning when I'm fresh", or "late at night when the family is quiet."
by lex123 7 years ago
What is your best productive time for writing? e.g. early morning, late night, etc.
by Shwetha Shetty 7 years ago
Is it worth while for women working late night in offices??
by nightwork4 8 years ago
is being politicaly correct counter-productive?is there a need for honesty versus being politicaly correct . not rude but saying what you really think.
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