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This is how I feel lately bouncing around between 1st, 2nd and 3rd shifts.

Minta79 7 Aug 31

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Did that once. Not fun.

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Worked the night shift (11-7) at Children's Medical Center in the ER as an ambulance driver paramedic during my college years. Whole different reality out there after the sun goes down.
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yeah remember that well used to start work at 2pm and fini next day at 3 eventually beer became the answer even though i couldnt remember the question

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I'm trying to cut down on caffeine personally, I feel like I'm very slow getting up in the morning. Then again you have to expect that on a Monday I suppose...

Caffeine is on the bottom of the list of things to cut from my life.

@Minta79 Wait... someone just told me, it's not Monday. It's Friday.

Guess I better drink some coffee after all.

@Paul4747 I also work weekends, so calling a Friday Monday is going to fly right under the radar. Lol

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Can relate all too well. Had one rotation that was (12-hr shifts) 2 days on 1 1/2 days off, 2 mids on, 2 1/2 off. Someone that didn't work that rotation tried to convince us that it was great because of all the time off.

All that time feeling like a zombie, but unable to sleep because it's purple o'clock?

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Lol. I can relate. Night shift Sunday night and day shift on Tuesday.

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I did that for a couple of years. I had worked for Smurfitstone container making corrugated cardboard boxes as a machine operator. Sometimes you would get stuck on 16-hour shifts because there were not qualified people to operate the machines.

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