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June 18th, 2002
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I woke up really early this morning, but I decided to go back to sleep. The reason I didn't get up and go to work was that I would just feel weird leaving at 12:30 after a full day, especially the day after I gave notice. Of course, I probably needed the extra hour of sleep, too.

With the sun rising really early, I find myself waking up earlier. I think I may try to go to bed early when I can, and then just get up when I naturally wake up from the sunlight. I may try to do something with that time, before heading in to work at a more reasonable hour. However, I just know that, once I'm up, it will be so hard to fight the urg to just go into work right away, so that I can take off earlier.

I have an opportunity to go to bed early tonight, so I might try it out and see how it goes.

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From:magid
Date:June 18th, 2002 06:00 am (UTC)
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I find that if I can keep myself from heading in to work when I wake up early, that can be the most productive time of the day for the stuff I want to do around the house, either the boring tasks that take less than half the time it would take me at night, or the creative/writing things that I want to do.
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From:queue
Date:June 18th, 2002 06:09 am (UTC)
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That might well be the most productive time for me, but only if I had the house to myself. It doesn't matter that the other person is asleep behind a closed door. There's just something about having someone else in the house that makes it hard for me to motivate myself. Weird, I know. And maybe waking up early with someone in the house sleeping would be different than coming home with someone else at home and up and about. I guess weekday mornings could be better than weekend mornings, since I know what time the person sleeping in my house gets up, so I know I would have that set amount of time. Hmm.
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