Night person or morning person? : LUSENET : Novenotes : One Thread

Are you a night person or a morning person? Do you prefer the dark, or welcome the day?--Al

-- Al Schroeder (, November 03, 1999


I suspect I'm in the minority here, but I'm more of a morning person. I can't pull all-nighters like I used to.--Al

-- Al Schroeder (, November 03, 1999.

NIGHT!!! (Writing this at 1:30 AM and have yet to answer my personal email..)

-- Paulineee (, November 04, 1999.

i'm neither, really. i don't function after about 1 am (except in special cases, like pulling all nighters in theaters building sets), but i'm also utterly useless in the morning. i'm most productive when other people want to take naps: from 1 pm to 6 pm.

-- aggie (, November 04, 1999.

Night. S.A.D. means I don't get up 'till at least nine if I can help it, winter-wise. Growing up in an S.A.D. home means that I'm now conditioned to perfer nights to mornings, for the simple reason that in the winter, it's dark in the morning. And dark is bad. But if I could pick, I'd be a morning person. Night people don't really fit into morning society(at school by eight? come on.). If wishes were horses...

-- Ana Goldman (, November 04, 1999.

I've slid gradually into the night as the years have marched by. I now rarely ever go to sleep before midnight, usually a couple hours later. Ironically, I am most clearheaded and productive during the first part of the day. At the point where I finish my diary, I'm almost unconscious..

-- Magnus Itland (, November 05, 1999.

Morning Morning MORNING person. I find myself awake at 7am and feeling bright eyed and bushy tailed. Being one who hangs around with Goths and Geeks who are 99% of the time night people, this means I usually have about 6 hours every morning where nobody that I know is awake ... and on the other hand I flake out around 11pm at night whereas they party on without me until 4am.

-- Bek Oberin (, November 12, 1999.

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