Post # 31
- Wedding: April 2017 - City, State
Definitely a night owl. I usually get anywhere from 4-6 hours of sleep a night during the week, but I’ve been this way since high school. I just enjoy the wee hours of the day better than the morning. Somehow I’ve always been able to manage to function at a day job despite the lack of sleep. I sleep forever on the weekends, though.
Post # 32
Night owl! Unfortunately for me baby is an early bird…no advice other than caffeine.
When I’m working (on Mat Leave for another two weeks) I’m up for work at 6:30 and have been for the past 5 years and nope, still definitely a night owl! I can manage to get up, but it’s still miserable and no matter how early I’m up, nor how little I sleep (baby isn’t sleeping through the night) I am just not tired in the evenings. I try to nap when he naps but only manage to fall back to sleep during his first nap of the day.
Post # 33
I’m a night owl whether I want to or not. I have worked 3rd shift for most of my life that I’ve been working. Because of this, I cannot break out of 3rd shift mode so most nights (unless I’m super super tired) I’m up til 3-4am which sucks.
On top of that, I’m a light sleeper.
I really wish I had normal sleeping habits.
Post # 35
Well my username is nightowl lol so I guess that gives you my answer! I have been a night owl my whole life. Even in primary school and high school I went to bed very late and woke up with just enough time to get ready in the morning. My parents are also night owls so I think that’s where I get it from 🙂
To be honest, I LOVE waking up early and being productive in the morning. But while it’s cold and wintry I just find it so hard to get out of bed any earlier than I need to 🙂
In the summer months I plan to be more of a morning person as my day is generally more fulfulling and productive that way.
Post # 36
- Wedding: April 2016 - Manhattan, NY
sugarcloud : I was never a morning person but working 8:30-4:30 forced me to get into the habit of waking up early (6:30am). Before this job, I could easily stay up until 11pm or midnight, but I also slept in later. Now I’m ready for bed by 10:30-11pm at the latest. This holds true for weekends. Even though I can usually sleep in, I’m usually up by 9:30-10am instead of noon lol They say it takes 21 days to form a new habit, so start waking up and going to bed earlier on a regular basis. Once you get up earlier, you’ll start getting tired earlier and you’ll want to be in bed sooner!
Post # 37
- Wedding: St. petersburg, FL
I used to be a night owl, but then.. I got old! HA! I’m 25 but i’m “that” grandma type 🙂 (cats, naps, wine, and early bedtimes for me now!
Post # 38
Night owl, husband is an early bird! He even gets up at 6am (or earlier) on the weekends. I sleep in until noon as I’m typically up til 2am on the weekends. (he’s alseep by 9)
Post # 39
- Wedding: September 2017 - Pearson Convention Centre
I am an early bird I find sun rises so peaceful
Post # 40
Night owl for sure! I sleep during the day lol
Post # 41
Hmm is neither an option 😜 I am NOT a morning person and could stay in bed till 10am everyday but still get sleepy early. I only I could find a job that would allow this …
Post # 42
Night owl. I find peace in the quiet and darkness!
Post # 43
Both? Depends on my sleep schedule but soemtimes I have to get up really early…I’m usually very energized then. But days when I can do whatever, I always wake up late and stay up late!
Post # 44
I’m a lazy night owl who unfortunately married a hard-working early bird.
So now I wake up at the same time as him and then need naps later.
Post # 45
Night own for sure, hubby is an early bird. We compromise by spending *fun* time together in the evening and when he goes to sleep I get to wander around the house and do whatever I like to do while he sleeps ☺ I also have to wake up in the a.m so naps are my friend 🌸