Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by katina, Oct 17, 2018.
a night owl or otherwise fresh as daisy a morning frenzy?
which are you?
I'm definitely not a morning person. I hate doing things in the morning. I'm more active the later part of the afternoon.
Definitely a night person. My bed time is anywhere from noon to 4, and I usually get up anywhere from 5 to midnight. I do, of course, have to change this up every once in a while to exist in our modern society, but it yet to stick.
Night. No doubt about it.
I wanna be a lark, but I have owl-like tendencies :-(
Tis the Nightingale.
Night. Most certainly. I'd only ever be active in the evenings and nights if I could get away with it. Tragically, work and such prevents me from indulging in my noctural nature.
Morning. I was an early riser even as a kid.
Is that your cat?
Night. But I can get up in the morning and be productive if I so wish it. I just like sleeping in... maybe with a cup of hot chocolate or something... read a book and only get out of bed 6 hours after I've actually woken up.
Yep, it is. Photo taken post-vampirism. He's an outdoor kitty, now.
Aww cute. Love cats.
Outdoor can be quite stressful for cats. They have to be neutered if they are male which is
tragic. What is the name of the cat?
6 hours !!! what you just stay in bed awake all this time?
I agree a hot coco does the job especially with a drop of brandy in it in the evenings obviously.
Oh, trust me, the lad is more than fine. He goes by Caligula, or Gully for short.
Morning, most definitely. To me, there is no better feeling than waking up with the sun.
Plus, early bird catches the worm.
I'm assuming that's because worms come out at night, so wouldn't birds that have been up all night be in a better position to catch worms?
Sleep deprived birds fly about as well as Stevie Wonder drives. Unless we.... give them cocaine. Then we can have super birds and no worm would be safe.
What about a daytime person?
Morning is a struggle for me, although I wake up early naturally due to body clock from getting ready for work.
I prefer afternoons and evenings.
If I had to pick out of the given choices, I'd say I'm a night person but I don't stay up particularly late.
Morning. I'm always up really early, I like to get an early start on my day
6 hours was maybe an exaggeration, it's more like 2-4 hours usually, sometimes more, sometimes less. More during weekends, less doing work-days. But yeah, I stay in bed, awake, during that time. wrapped up in my blanket nice and warm.
Since having my son, I’m neither. I wake at 6 am and wish so badly to go back to bed. Everything is a struggle in the morning. I’ve adapted to mornings, but I still don’t love them.
By the time little one goes to sleep, I can usually barely keep my eyes open and I’m excited to go back to sleep.
Before that though, I was a night person for sure. I love being outside at night time. I love the moon and stars. Once I get full nights of uninterrupted sleep, I’m sure I’ll go back to being energised during the night. For now, I am zombie.
Neither. I hate waking up and don't usually stay up late.
Definitely nightowl. I've always been more alert and productive at night...so much so that my parents had to adjust my bedtime so I wouldn't wake up in the middle of the night to play.
Thank you! Were I a bird, long before the time the crows started crowing, I'd have eaten most of the nightcrawlers and placed all my overseas bird calls.
Sleep deprivation and insomnia are a whole 'nother thing, but when insomnia isn't a factor my natural body clock is happiest going to bed sometime between 1 and 2 and getting up six and a half hours later. When I feel like seeing the sunrise or have an early morning flight, staying up all night is far easier for me than going to bed early. The year I tried going to bed early every night I was groggy all the time.
night!! the dark is very comforting i think, and private. it's where i feel most safe and alone plus the idea of it is very romantic
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