Question of the day.

Are you a night owl or an early bird?
My answer:
My sleep patterns seem to change very quickly and I can easily fall out of my normal sleep cycle, but overall I am definitely a night owl. It is not a big problem for me to stay up very late and I often do it just because I want. I find night time a particularly good time fr writing anything so I often stay up late if I need or want to write something. Usually I am the last person in our house to go to bed, unless Misha is particularly full of beans or slept a lot during the day, or unless my brother goes out for the party or something. I like to get up early, but usually don’t wake up very early unless I just woke up in the middle of the night and couldn’t fall asleep again. Getting up early is generally harder for me than staying up late and my brain functions definitely better in the evening than early morning. You? 🙂

9 thoughts on “Question of the day.”

    1. Oh thanks so much. 🙂 As for this particular one I got inspired after talking with my Mum. If I’m not inspired for making up any question on my own, usually I take them from It is the site about names, but they have message boards where users can talk about names and about absolutely anything and there often are surveys made by users and often a lot of interesting questions are asked.


    1. I suppose many blind people tend to have absolutely crazy sleep patterns. Really really many of my blind friends struggle with it, or not struggle, depends on their lifestyle, but just have different sleep patterns than those around them.


  1. I can be a night owl 🦉 but I am more of an early bird. 🦅
    I think I’m your opposite 😊 It is a big problem for me to stay late. I normally sleep before 9:30 in the evening. And morning — before sunrise — is my best time to write.

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