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Your normal bed time?

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for me, around 12-2 am.

 

edit: if you sleep late, how do you manage to do so... and stay energized during the day..


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i work shift schedual so whenever i get tierd lol


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usually around 1 am, these days more like 5 am  :ph34r:


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Yeah around the same, lately it's earlier because of uni, but other than that! really late. Staring at a computer screen really tires out my eyes though, I'm surprised I've still got perfect 20/20 vision.


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Every 30-36 odd hours..as an average, could be more or less any given day..sleep for 6-12 depending on interruptions due to "life", if Im woken before I like, I go back to sleep after the interruption, back to sleep until I wake, then another 30 odd hours.

I was always a nightowl, now I've just hit peak efficiency, I've been doing this routine for over 2 years. I've always said there isn't enough time in the day, and their isn't!

*afterthought edit, I'm also healthy doing this routine Im not sitting down for 30 or more hours,.., I'm 74 kg's and 5ft 10in, actually putting on some weight recent months. :)


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anywhere between 3-6 am. im a night person. 


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At weekdays, when I have to go to school... about 11 or 12...

In the weekends it's 2, standard.

 

At weekdays I get up at 7, yes I get tired at school but oh well...

In the weekends I get up at like 10, sometimes 1...


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When i'm tired.


 

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Any time between 1500 and 0600 dependant on work, working random shifts that be anything from 0100-1400 through to 1100-2300 really means I have no normal sleeping pattern what so ever.


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i work during nights usually 9pm-5am

and i have uni during the day

 

so i sleep when ever i can find the chance


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usually around 12-12:30 gotta get up for school, don't wanna be a zombie ;)


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My sleeping habits are soo messed up right now. sleep: 6-7am to 2-3pm. I have night classes so my whole day just revolves around that.

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I usually go to bed around 2000, I have to be up around 0330, plus with a -14 hour time difference between the fiancee and myself, well, kind of a pain in the rear if you ask me.


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9:30PM on work days, 3AM on weekend days. 12AM on Wednesday due to working late shift on Thursday.

Wake up at 6:35AM every work day. My life is very on time, all the time.

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Depends on my mood and how I feel on that day.

 

Usually 10pm on weekdays(or 2am if I don't feel like going to bed).

 

And 2am or later on Weekends, I watch gaming livestreams on Saturday night that start from 9pm PST to 5am PST.

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Normally around 4-5 AM, but since my A/C broke I figure I might as well stay up all night when it's cool and sleep all day when it's hot, so about 8-9 AM for the last week. Luckily I'm only taking online classes atm so I can sleep and get up whenever I want.


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Weekdays around 2/3 AM, weekends around 3/4 AM vacations really screw me up, basicly go to bed around 9AM and wake up at 5PM lol


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If I don't have work then 12-4am and if I have work next day then 10pm-1am.


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Usually around 12 on weekdays unfortunately!


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Am I the only computer person that's a morning person? I go to sleep at about 8:30PM, but I get up early...


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