I'm a hybrid, so I guess I'm an afternoon eagle

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I just made the afternoon eagle thing up. So I've struggled with insomnia in the past. It's not fun having it if you are trying to go back to school or trying to find a job. I used to even take prescription sleeping pills and/or over-the-counter options. Melatonin worked good for me during school but now I can't even afford to buy sleeping pills every month. Anyway, I have seen the benefits as an artist and a witch of being a night owl but from the student perspective, early bird is best. I guess for me, I'm the most productive if I can meet in between. Get to bed by 12:00 a.m. but wake up by 10:00 a.m. The one thing I love about winter is that, it gets dark quick and stays dark until about 8:00  in the morning.  I love summer but on the first day and during first week of summer is when you basically have 5-6 hours of night time sleep.  That's the only thing I hate about summer. I think for the afternoon eagle that's caught in between, fall (from Oct. 31-Nov. 30) is the best time to enjoy being up past sundown and waking up at sun-up. During this time, the night basically begins at 8:00 p.m. and ends around 7:45 a.m. That's plenty of time to be a creative artist and spell casting at night but still get a good night's sleep.

Afternoon eagles are the best, let's pass it on.

Created: Jun 18, 2017

Tags: afternoon eagle, night owl vs. early bird, writing challenge, chrissy regler

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