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Are you a day person or a night person

My worst habit is staying up late and I often pay the price for it the next day.

Equally; mornings are not my friend. I hate the sun and I need caffeine to come to life. Therefore I'd call myself a night person.

Are you a day person or a night person?

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Definitely night. Even when I have to be up early, I'm awake til at least midnight. Caffeine is my friend.

Same, here.


Am a morning lark. Am up by 4 or 5am.

I'm not quite that early, but mornings are awesome! I'm a huge fan of sunrises .. no better way to start one's day. Which usually means I can hardly hold my eyes open past 10pm .. smile001.gif

@PraiseXenu Sunsets look the same, just on the other side. ☺

@Sticks48 A common myth smile001.gif . When you see enough of both, you can tell the difference. Mornings win, hands down!

@PraiseXenu We will have to agree to disagree. It is the early worm that gets eaten by the bird. ☺

@Sticks48 hahaha, love it! Touche ...



I adjust my sleep patterns to accommodate other commitments. If I'm awake, I'm perky no matter the time of day or night.

pixiedust Level 8 June 3, 2018

If I am still awake after 10 p.m. I am either having a night of insomnia I got carried away reading a book. I'm up at 5:30 for walking with friends. I need my sleep I am an old woman

Gee, you are not old... I am battling not to say you are adorable (that's what you are) because saying that might be borderline creepy and Henry does not want to be creepy ?

You certainly don't look like an old woman Amelie!


Getting up at the crack of dawn and starting my day whether I have to go somewhere or not is so ingrained ....mos def, a day person.


I'm naturally a night person - I feel happier, more alive and more creative when it's dark (the difference is noticeable even on overcast days compared to bright days). However, due to life, I have to be a day person, which is probably why I feel exhausted and only half-alive most of the time.

Jnei Level 8 June 5, 2018

If I had my way I'd go to bed at 9:30 and wake up at 8. But alas, my body doesn't understand the concept of sleep which means it does whatever it wants. Mostly I try to go to bed around 10. On a good night I fall asleep around 12 but wake up around 3 or 4 am. Then I'm up until about 6. My best sleep is between 7am and 10am. But that doesn't work for my job...

Ive been trying different cannabis blends for insomnia...It helps alot


I'm a person who doesn't like to go to bed, however loves to sleep. When I worked night shifts I'd still stay up too late. I think I need to spend a couple of weeks in the woods with no electricity to reset my internal clock.


Primarily night, but l do like drives or walks in country during the day.

Sticks48 Level 9 June 3, 2018

I have a crazy sleep pattetn Due to school I'd be up studying until 2am then sleep.... But now im trying to realign. It's hot as bean in Phoenix most people up early. It also depends on who I'm with.

EvaV Level 7 June 23, 2018

I much prefer to be a day person. I'm often up before dawn. BUT sometimes I'm up very, very late because I can't sleep. I put both.

MollyBell Level 7 June 10, 2018

Both which is probably why I am tired.

TonyW Level 4 June 4, 2018

This answers to this question should be in our profiles.

EdEarl Level 8 June 4, 2018

a section of basic questions like that would make the matching more valid


I have found that creativity comes to me when I require it... If it's in the morning, it's there. If it's in the evening, it's there. What matters is how I'm treating the 'vessel' ... a.k.a. my body.

Benthoven Level 8 June 3, 2018

I am a night owl. If I could stay up until 2 am everyday I would be happy. Unfortunately, I work in a profession that is primarily first shift, which means I'm chronically tired.


Wow...I thought I was the only one with a weird schedule.....night owl, hate

Sting01 Level 2 June 3, 2018

I have been a night shift worker for the past 4 years. Basically I am a vampire.

josh23452 Level 7 June 3, 2018

Lol that reminds me. I co-wrote a tune called Vampire Life a long time ago. The last line of the chorus was "Sleep all day... And stay up all night." I need to dig that back out from the depths, if I remember it.


i just feel more comfortable in my own skin after dark. always have


I am both depending on my schedule. Off now for the summer so will stay up longer, wake up later. When I get back to work, up at 5AM.

Mark013 Level 7 June 3, 2018

I'm the type of guy that has trouble waking up, and also trouble falling asleep... so definitely a night person. My body makes no sense to me.


Night owl... my entire family is. It sucks that my boss demands 8-5 working hours as the nature of the work does not demand it. My most productive hours are after 3PM. Earlier requires caffeine.

Zster Level 8 June 3, 2018

i'm the same!


I'm a bit of both. I hate sleeping, so I'd rather stay up late and then wake up early. And I have TONS of natural energy! I don't drink coffee, and rarely ever drink pop. No energy drinks either.

KCjoe108 Level 6 June 23, 2018

I'm very much a day person ...but my day always starts 5 am or earlier . My dream world is so intense that I often wake up exhausted so I get up to " change the channel" ! My real world is always interesting as well . I am retired and Love the peace of the new morning : SUNRISE , Strong Coffee ,Looking out to the sea( I live on a beach and actually see the Sun rise above the coastal mountains) and plan my day ....I can enjoy all this before my wife gets up and starts BITCHING!

Bubaj Level 4 June 23, 2018

in bed at 10 o'clock up at 7.a.m

jacpod Level 8 June 7, 2018

I get up early 6am..
Go to bed sometimes as late as 2am but usually 12am

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