Glad i'm not the only one who feels strained trying to get freaky during the AM LOL Lord, I could not handle cycling between being a day and night person. When my children were young i forced myself to maintain a "normal" clock but really i just drug ass till 3 in the afternoon. Even when awake i'm useless. I know it cost me business when i was accepting new clients but i have no doubt that better they not see me at all rather than see me in the morning LOL
Kat (Paramour) made one on 01/02/2006 @ 09:23 pm
Ok you, Payton, Sidney, and I all need to get together and party one night...lol. Way too much on common here.
It doesn't matter how long I have been awake but once the darkness comes I am wide awake and ready to take the night. I love late night appointments and have had some of the best times on those - most men I know need earlier times though - too bad though they just don't have a clue as to what they are missing - Day and Night baby
Girl4U made one on 01/02/2006 @ 09:20 pm
I just can't wake up in the morn no matter what. If I do HAVE TO get up before noon I can't remain alert but come evening I am once again wide awake. I miss A LOT of early requests because of this.
It is not a matter of merely deciding to 'get to bed earlier'. No reason to crawl into bed if you can't fall asleep.
There have been studies showing that when a person reaches puberty their sleep cycle changes to a later time but reverts back to dayime later in their life. Because of this new knowledge, many high schools now start classes later and run from 10-5 rather than the traditional 8-3. Kids actually are doing better in school with the change.
I have talked with a number of gentlemen who own businesses that run 24 hours and I have heard them comment many times about the HUGE difernce in the PERONSALITIES between the day shift workers and the night shift workers like, it is two entirely different breeds of people.
I even know night shift workers who say they won't ever work day because; 1.)They can't stay awake. 2.) Day shift workers are rather 'weird' and they can't fit in with them.
There are things sold at the health food stores to help flip one's sleep schedule (DHEA and melatonin) but I have never tried them. They are sold to people to evercome jet lag. They may work but who knows about the side effects?
Sidney Sweet made one on 01/02/2006 @ 06:35 pm
I can so relate to that. The thing with me is I "cycle." I am usually a night owl. However, I go thru phases where I am a morning person for awhile, then I switch to an afternoon person, then to a night person. There is no balance! It drives me mad.
Payton made one on 01/02/2006 @ 05:29 pm
Perri~ I am so much like you~lol~I was a bartender off and on for about 20 years. I just can't do mornings! It costs me money too, because so many gents want that early morning thing :( If I get in bed before 3:00 am that is saying something!! Hope your New Year was Great! Much Love~ Payton
Julia in Atlanta made one on 01/02/2006 @ 01:36 pm
My problem is just the opposite. I am a day time person, there is something within me which absolutely rials at the mere thought of haivng to leave the warmth, comfort and security of my home to go out and "minister to the needy" as I call it. To do so falls into the category of "rather flip burgers at Waffle house first"
Am i the only one that needs the night to get rowdy? I am a serious night owl and i just cannot get in the frame of mind to get wild & crazy during the afternoon or god forbid in the morning.
I recently had a request for some role-play/strap on play and the requested time was 8:30 in the morning. I don't even accept "standard" appointments before late afternoon & after i explained that the client worked out a late night meeting but i'm wondering if anyone else has this mental thing too?