Breaking the back of the afternoon

by Suw on October 16, 2003

One of the drawbacks of waking up at 7.10am, getting up at 7.30am and being all dressed and raring to go (if you rare quietly, of course) at 9am is that you end up in a sleepy lull at about… oh… now, I'd say.

Why aren't siestas de rigeur here?

A visitor October 16, 2003 at 3:39 pm

I feel this way six day a week myself. Which is horrible, since all my spare time lies past the dinner-meal and evening-shower. I am ~not~ an early riser, not even if I practise by turning in 9pm each night for a week. And I do ~not~ have an energy supply of 13-16 hours.
People say it's between the ears. But if it is, than just why can't you go do the hobby you're so enthusiastic about? Lord praise the Sundays.
Maybe it's because I spend my energy ranting on end about my own worries in other people's space, instead of doing wise, compassionate deeds 🙂



Bram Ski []

Suw October 16, 2003 at 6:09 pm

I do tend to find that i perk up a bit after about 7pm-ish, and am usually wide awake again by 9pm. I do believe, though, that too much sleep makes you tired – when I cut back on my sleept to less than 7.5 hours a night, I felt much perkier. The downside of that, of course, is that if I sleep less I dream less and am thence bereft of overnight celebrity cameos.

Can't win 'em all, eh Bramski?

Oh, and you do do wise, compassionate deeds. I've seen you. 😉

Veel knuffeltjes.

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