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    it is a question of dark - and thats what i like
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    Give me darkness or give me death!

    Mornings suck, I'm a lot more happy and frisky at night.
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    I am much better at night.
    Honestly, I have no problem in staying up till 4 AM, though I have serious problems in waking up before 9AM, no matter how early I go to bed. I might as well go to sleep at 10 (highly unlikely) still have trouble waking up early.

    Not to mention that my brain works best after 9 PM. I have found that the assignments wrote after 10 PM were a significant improvement from those written in the middle of the day.

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    I'm a morning person!

    6am! Quiet house to yourself.. hot tea.. things to check (email, posts, news).. the blue morning sky...

    Love it!

    Night time? Noise, tiredness, people up and about.. Not for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salt n' pepper View Post
    How much of a morning/night person is due to habit, do you think? Could you train your body/mind to become a morning person, if you consider yourself to be a night person, and vice versa? Or do you think you are doomed to enjoy one more than the other?

    I believe we are all creatures of habit. And I do believe it's possible to train your body to get used to being alert and feeling good, even in the morning, in my case. At least in theory. However, the thing is, if I stay on a strict routine for a while, I could probably manage to "become a morning person". But if I got a weekend to stay up late, I would relapse! So maybe we are naturally one or the other.
    I agree, it is possible to "train" yourself. I can keep up the routine like waking up at 7 every morning and it does become a habit and I can wake up at 7 even without an alarm clock and I feel wonderful, energetic and alert. It's all in the mind. But, in my case as well, when I mess up the routine, it's all downhill from there. So, I can certainly change the habit when I have to and feel really good about it but when I don't have any pressure to wake up at a certain time, I can wake up whenever I feel like.

    I can't really say that I've noticed a pattern that would indicate that I naturally tend to favour one or the other.

    It all depends on what I've done during the day, how tired I am, being mentally tired is even worse than being physically tired, the weather conditions and my mood definitely influence that as well. And it's all about the quality of sleep as well. Sometimes even a few hours is enough to keep you feeling well rested for a long time and sometimes even 10 hours isn't enough.

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    Definitely a night person. If I can choose (and luckily I can to some degree), I almost never go to bed before 12 ... at the moment, I go to bed at maybe 6 or 7 a.m. (it's true). It's even a bit too late for me, but I don't mind staying up until two or three in the morning.
    The time I enjoy most is between 6 and 12 in the evening, that that's also where I'm usually the most productive (writing my stuff etc.).
    When I have to work (summer jobs mostly), I have to get up at 5:30, which isn't much of a deal (I want to be on time and not lose my job after all), and I can do well with as little as six hours of sleep, provided that I can catch up a little on the weekends. But it's not what I prefer if I can do otherwise.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Salt n' pepper View Post
    How much of a morning/night person is due to habit, do you think? Could you train your body/mind to become a morning person, if you consider yourself to be a night person, and vice versa? Or do you think you are doomed to enjoy one more than the other?
    yeah, i am very much a late night person, but when i was a firefighter i loved mornings. more than that, i was able to wake up instantly and snap into high gear immediately after waking. it was a necessity. but now, it takes me much longer to "wake up", and i am more lethargic and less energized when i wake up.

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    When I was a Baker I got used to the early mornings and enjoyed it. Now I work late and have gotten used to that. I think I am more productive in the morning but enjoy the late nights more.

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    I'm perrrrrfect between the hours of 6pm-6am.

    But from like 6am, all day until the evening, I'm kind of drowsy.

    I love the night life.
    Is it that by its indefiniteness it shadows forth the heartless voids and immensities of the universe, and thus stabs us from behind with the thought of annihilation, when beholding the white depths of the milky way?

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