I don't know about you all, but the dead of night is my favorite time. Who's all up at this hour?
There should be no problem getting into a more normal schedule with a puppy around. My hubby does contract work and is often gone for weeks at a time, and I got into the habit of falling asleep to Coast to Coast AM, which starts at midnight my time. I guess the background noise was comforting? It's good stuff to sleep to except for the loud music they play during their breaks - I'm sure it's meant to wake up people like me who sleep through the show. And the subject matter - it's proof your subconscious is awake during sleep because I'll wake up briefly when they're doing things like playing tapes of supposed ghostly voices or an interview with someone who's made a deal with the devil. I know I could play soothing music but....Sandpiper said:I still prefer morning to night. I retired nine years ago (almost to the day). I got into the habit of falling asleep (still at a reasonable hour) to WGN talk radio in Chicago. Just falling asleep to the voices. But then I started listening. I enjoyed it. So I'd still be awake sometimes as late as 3 - 4 in the morning. (Or is that as early as . . . ?) Because of that I DID feel the two earthquakes here. Both were at app. 4:00 a.m.
I want to break the habit of being awake that late. I have to. I'm getting a puppy. WE have to be on a much more normal schedule.
Wow! That is very impressive, I don't know how you do it lol I was up until 3 this morning, but that was given to the fact that my boyfriend surprised me by taking me to the opening midnight showing of the new x-men! (love it! )Atmcbom said:I am the very definition of night owl, I wake up around 1:30 P.M, tattoo from 4 pm till 2 am usually, then go home and write from 3 am to 7am then sleep, all the while managing to hang out with my fiance and daughter in between and eat. All my friends refer to me as a vampire.