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Kurt Onstad

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[Sep. 22nd, 2003|01:15 am]
Kurt Onstad
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I really need to readjust my body clock, so that I no longer stay up until 4am, then wake up at noon. From about midnight on, it really feels like a waste of time. There's stuff I can do in the morning that I just can't at night (run errands and such...) But, while it's easy to move your body forward (due to its natural 25 hour cycle), it's nearly impossible to move backwards.

Any ideas?
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[User Picture]From: technomonkey
2003-09-22 01:17 am (UTC)

Same solution to Jet Lag.

Force yourself to stay awake for a full extra day. Allow yourself to fall asleep at the time you want it to. Set an alarm first. Life will suck for a day, but your internal clock will be reset as you wish.
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[User Picture]From: speedball
2003-09-22 01:22 am (UTC)

Re: Same solution to Jet Lag.

The problem there is, what day? My current work schedule has me working seven days a week, so there's no day available to me at the moment where I can just say "Screw it!" and be miserable all day...

Kurt
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[User Picture]From: technomonkey
2003-09-22 01:25 am (UTC)

Got any early days?

If you have a day that ends on the early-ish side, you can use the "I didn't get much sleep last night" excuse for why you're snappish and unpleasant, then leave ASAP.

Or you can call in sick on a day you were planning to have the kids just read or something. =)


Just not a Monday. Personal request... :)
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[User Picture]From: technomonkey
2003-09-22 01:25 am (UTC)

Wait...

You work seven days a week?

That sucks....

(Of course, it's better than zero days...)
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