Morning person all the way..been like that since I was a child..
I've always been a night person. It was hard when I was a kid, because I'd be up half the night and then have to go to school in the morning. The older I get, the easier it is to set my own hours.
Same here, Georgie. My mom's trick for getting me to wake up in time for school would be to put a full glass of fresh OJ in my hand. There was no nightstand so I would have no choice but to sit up and drink it.
You will likely laugh, Milli, but my daddy used to stand in the doorway to my room and throw shoes at me to wake me up. You'd be surprised how fast getting brained with a pair of Reeboks will get you up!
I am definitely a morning person. I always have been, and I'm pretty sure I always will be. I absolutely waking up before the rest of the world gets started and watching everything else come to life. I love the quiet of the morning, and I feel that I'm actually able to accomplish more when I have a really early start.
I have been a morning person since I had to get up to deliver newspapers when I was 11. Now I get up at 5:30AM for work and sleeping in is getting up at 7AM (even on vacation). It is almost impossible for me to stay up past 11PM.
I use to be a morning person back when I was a kid up until high school. I'd go to bed early and get up around 7 to 8 in the morning even on days that I didn't have school. Now that's completely changed and I could probably stay up all night if I wanted to but my daughter keeps me from doing that since she's up at 7am every day. I can't stand it, I never get my sleep! lol. Even if I tried to go to bed by midnight, I wouldn't be able to fall asleep until at least 1 or 2am.
Morning person. If I wake up after 8:00AM I feel like I've wasted half the day already.
I usually try to get up around 02:00 a.m., but only to avoid someone who has tried to slow my writing efforts over the years. :-) (I'd actually like to try staying up to write late into the night someday, probably pretty cool.)
I'm a night person but I usually only live that schedule when my husband is out of town on business and I can keep my own hours. We both work at home, and he is always up by 7:30. I get up by 8:30 or 9 but I never really get into gear with my work until afternoon. I end up working evenings a lot (while he's relaxing or watching TV), because that's my most creative time.
When I'm home alone I stay up till 1 or 2 a.m. and get up around 10 or 11.
Without doubt, a morning person. Nothing can beat the freshness and happiness, which you feel, early in the morning. The whole nature wakes up with you, to celebrate a new day of your life.
I like to stay up till about 2 a.m. then sleep till maybe 8:30. I hated it when I had to be to work at 8:00, which meant I had to get up at 6:00, when it was still dark in the winter.
Definitely a night person. This was hard to cope with when I worked at Tim Hortons (a popular coffee store in Canada much like Starbucks). I had to wake up at 4am and work until 12:30pm. It required me to go to bed at 8pm....and that never worked out well
Night person. I have been working grave/swing shift for many years now. It has gotten to the point where my morning starts around 3pm
I've always been a morning person, which works great for work and school but isn't so great when I'm at a party and ready for bed by 12am Not Cool.
My favourite time of day starts around 8 or 9 pm and lasts until about 10 the day after, so definitely night and morning...just take the afternoon out please!
i am more of both i wake up at 4:30 5:30 n go to sleep at 2:30 weekends n summers!!
I am a night person. Always have been and most likely always will be.
I've always been a night owl. Even when I know I need to be in bed earlier, it's so hard because I love to get things done in the evenings!
I am a morning person...awake immediately and look forward to starting a new day....I am a night person, cause that's when I mostly write... it's the inbetween hours that I have trouble with...have a solution for that ?
By the way where is everyone ? It is Wenesday and I have not gotten any e-mails from HP foloowers AT ALL..not normal....any answers would be appreciated..did the " virus" July 9 th have anything to do with it ?
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