I am not a morning person. Not in the least. I tried to get up at 4am once to get some work done for my business, and I about died the rest of the day, and the next day.
Sometimes if I am realllly lucky, I can get up at 5am and run on my treadmill or get up a little later and take a shower before work, but usually those days I am dragging.
The average hours of sleep a person needs is about 8 hours. Some people need more; some people need less. I happen to need like 10 hours of sleep to feel fully rested. The problem is after I get off my day job, and my evening job, I still need to work on my business and projects. Usually I suffer through the week and sleep in majorly on the weekend to catch up on lost sleep.
I am an afternoon person. Around 11am or so, I ramp up, get my energy on, and usually it will last me until about 6pm—then I need a caffeine pick-me-up if I happen to be working that night.
I can rock the afternoon like nobody’s business. But if I could change things, I wouldn’t mind being a morning person—to not be sluggish in the mornings, drag myself into the car, and drive to work.
What would the world be like if everybody was a morning person? Would there be no late-night television? No evening shifts? What are your thoughts, dear readers?