So in my last post, I declared that night owls are greater than early birds but I really don’t know if that’s true. I mean, I like staying up late—I do a little work, have delirious chats with friends, dawdle on the internet and frantically Google stuff that I need to know right this second. You know, at 1:49 a.m. Like tonight, I researched tumbler glasses. Because if I didn’t, what will Matt and I drink out of in our new apartment?! Oh my God, we still need to find an apartment. Hold on while I check Craigslist …
So yeah, staying up late is fun but I don’t think it’s very healthy. Now that I don’t have a regular work schedule, I go to bed at about 2, wake up at 9:30, stroll into the office at 11, leave at 7 . I don’t see much sunlight. It’s kind of sad.
Matt says that we get married, I should try to get on his schedule. He goes to bed at 10:30 and wakes up at 6:30. 6:30 a.m.! I don’t know what 6:30 a.m. looks like. But I’d like to see how that goes. Did you know that 80 percent of the top CEOs wake up at 5:30 a.m. or earlier? Dooce wakes up at 6, too. Zen Habits listed some great benefits of rising early.
Another reason why I think marriage will be good for me. More structure in my life FTW!