I have a very funny sleeping Pattern. I only sleep 4-5 hours. In most days I go to sleep at 3 AM and I am Up again by 7 am.
It depends on what I am doing the next morning.I go to bed earlier if I am working the next day. Usually, I am asleep before 1:00a.m. but that is too late because I don't get up in good time the next day and the day is wasted that way.I only work half-timesince I finished paying the mortgage and my children are nearly teenagers so I have more free time than when they were younger. I wrote a hub on sleeping rituals which I practised myself for a while but I am back to staying up too late-just a night owl by nature.
In between 10-11 pm. So that I am prepared for 5 am calls to go to work.
10:15 to 10:30 pm. I usually get up at 6 or 7, so I gotta get my 8 hours in.
I usually go to sleep when the sun comes up or after I have a cup of coffee(weird right?)
Honestly, it depends on what I have going on ... I usually try to get to bed by 11 p.m. no later than 12 a.m. during the week. The weekends are a different story especially if I get the writing bug to hit at the most crazy times, for example at 3:00 a.m.
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