Is it possible that I've already adapted? This is the second 4 hour period in a row where I feel great. I'd say that I feel maybe 15% foggy, but overall pretty great. I would definitely be comfortable driving a car.
In fact, I've been working on 16'x12' post it note mosaic on one of my walls, so once stores are open I'll go drive and get some more post its.
I think that eating in the beginning of every period has helped.
I need to make awesome names for each period, since afternoon, evening, and morning aren't good enough.
I'm thinking :
7pm-11pm - Tynoon
11pm-3am - Black Tyme
3am-7am - Herbling
7am-11am - Morning
11am-3pm - Afternoon
3pm-7pm - Evening
Wow... those are great. Especially the first three.
My house is really clean right now. Cleaning is an awesome time to make the hours pass by. I'm awake enough that I'm going to try watching a movie, though. Wow, I feel great.
Saw your post on Tucker Max, read the penguin story, got hooked, and now I'll have to read the whole thing from the beginning, probly take me a few days.
You are funny, wise, ugly, silly. Entertaining, plus I might learn a thing or two. We have some stuff in common and some not so much in common. I'll have more specific comments when I've read enough to feel (pauses to try to find the words) like I know what I'm talking about.
When I first started this schedule, the whole day was a hard period. I was a zombie.
As I moved on, the days started getting ok and the nights were hard.
Soon I felt tired from 11pm-5am, but was ok after that.
It's amazing how good best practices are, and it's sadly too easy to get away from them. I planned Day 33 the night before:
1. Plan Mongolia logistics 2. Shopify 3. Review goals 4. Do weekly review, set tasks for next M-F 5. Blog post 6. Gym 7. Reading
Note it was only 7 objectives, and only 3 of them were "hard" or otherwise not automatic. That works much better -- trying to go overboard on too many things often leads to none of them getting done. Here's how the day went --
Awake: 10:15AM (8 hours)
1:15PM: Set all travel plans for Mongolia, bought flights, figured out train timetables, etc. (180 travel-planning)