Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Night Owl or Early Bird?

I didn't have to take Real Simple magazine's quiz to know that I am an early bird (but I did).  You can take it here

Mornings are my best time of the day.  I don't sleep in on weekends either.  It's such a waste of a day to sleep until noon, well, unless you are a night owl. 

And being able to have breakfast with two of my favorite people is a bonus. 


So which are you? Night owl or early bird? 


Til tomorrow, 
Trish

12 comments:

  1. You would probably test in the middle of the scale then. After a long day, I can be a tad cranky at night ... so says my family. Thank you for stopping by!

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  2. I would have said a night owl (but I still wake up early)- but the test told me neither.

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  3. I took part of the test - I saw where it was going and stopped about 2/3 the way through. I'm definitely more of an early bird. It will be interesting to see how my sleep patterns change once I retire (which I haven't set a date for yet).

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    1. It won't be too long before I retire also but as long as there are little ones in this house, I don't see me staying up late and sleeping in for quite a while.

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  4. For the most part I'm an early bird - unless I've been out late the night before, and even then my body's internal alarm clock wakes me up at 5:30/6:00am.

    Now, I have say that this early bird stuff only began after I moved into a 55 and over community. I almost had no choice. Activities begin early. Even night time activities. So, I sorta fell into the routine of having to get up early so I wouldn't mis a thing. LOL

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  5. Can I be both? LOL I'm always up early but once I get on the computer and start my blogs in the evening, I could go on until 2am. But I can still get up at 6am.

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    1. Why not?! In truth, if I stay up too late, I am good for nothing the next day. BUT, I wish I could go on just 4-6 hours of sleep. I'd get so much done!

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  6. I'm a morning person and always have been. I can pretend to be a night owl on occasion, but not long term.

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  7. I'm a little hesitant to say this... but... :-) I'm neither an early bird or night owl. (sigh) My adult children tease me about my propensity to be productive only between 10AM and 3PM.

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  8. I would have said night owl but I got neither night owl nor early bird. My brain is slow to wake up but I can do physical activity with no problem early in the morning. Also, I wake up hungry, ready for breakfast at once! I am, however, most functional between about 3 p.m. and 10 p.m.

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