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What it's like Being a morning person

We are probably the obnoxious loud one "this early in the morning."

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What it's like Being a morning person

There are two types of people in this world (yes I know, a very typical starter line). Those being, the morning people and the night people. Now being in between those is very rare. There is always one side you are more drawn to.

If you're anything like me, it boggles your mind how people stay in bed all day until the late afternoon sleeping. All of my energy dies after 9 p.m. If I stay up, 1a.m. is a delirious time for me because I have probably been up since 7 a.m. You can find me laying in my bed about ready to sleep around 11 p.m.

My father has said many times, which was inspired by my grandfather, that the nighttime is for the cats. Being that it is a saying, it is hard to explain. But basically, human beings don't belong in the late hours of the night.

This was more of a reference to safety, but overall humans need a sleep routine. The so called "night people," have no sense of time when they are out doing whatever it is they do, and or up all night at home doing... whatever it is they do there too.

What happens when you have to get up super early, but have been up until 5 a.m.?

Let me explain to you the life of a morning person.

Working out early in the morning gives us energy. Waking up early in general does that too.

Breakfast is an amazing meal that prepares us for the day. We can't recall ever sleeping through breakfast. Plus...COFFEE.

We've been morning people since very young. Nap time in school was more like torture as we couldn't sleep at this middle part of the day (at least for me).

We were those children waking up at 6 or 7am just because that is when we naturally woke up, while our parents yelled at us to go back to bed. Personally, I would wake up and read a book, or play on my nintendo...or gameboy (depends how far in the past we are going).

We are usually super productive and feel that the morning brings us opportunities. We have so much to look forward to with such a long day ahead of us. Time goes quickly, but we feel that we buy more time by not wasting the morning with extra hours in bed.

Upon waking up, we can blast music in the house or in the car and sing along. The world is ready for us.

We are probably the obnoxious loud one "this early in the morning."

Unfortunately for the morning people, night people dictate social lives, where everything only starts after 10 p.m. We cannot imagine how people only wake up at 1p.m. and then stay out until 3 a.m. How do you get things done?

That begs the question...shower in the morning or night?

This is a big argument that I am indifferent to, but for me...most likely... night. Go to bed clean, yeah? Sorry morning people, I have betrayed you.

Overall, while the night time is full of life, so is the morning, if you give it a shot. So if you find that you are that night person, try getting a good night's sleep, and start your day off early. You'll find the pleasure of the sun, the birds, and the people you meet will introduce a different part of life.

So see you later sunshine...or should I say...see you early (wink wink).

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