I’m not much of a morning person.

I’m slow to get moving, and I’m definitely one to hit the snooze button too many times.  In fact, when I was in college, I even set my alarm clock on the other side of my room.  I had the top bunk, so I figured having to climb down to hit the snooze button would be a deterrent.  Nope.

This looks like just the kind of alarm clock I need.  More decriptive information is available here.  Nothing like an alarm clock that makes you chase it (assuming you can find it) to turn it off.  The clock is available from Nanda.

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One response to “I’m not much of a morning person.

  1. The most un-Christian thoughts I have ever had in my life all involve morning people. I can remember slogging across campus on a dreary winter day when a friend of mine zoomed up to me on his mountain bike saying I looked like a “gloomy gus” and told me he had been up since 5 AM. All I could picture was him and a woodchipper. I’m just saying. 🙂

    But I take heart knowing that great people such as Winston Churchill were not morning people.

    I have finally resigned myself to the fact that I will never be a morning person. I’m a “student” of David Allen’s book Getting Things Done meaning I have a “Next Actions” list close by. Between 7:30 and 9 AM I just muddle through the easy eay things that take no brain power knowing it’s pointless for me to attempt anything hard before 9 AM. Once I get moving I’m fine.

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