Early To Rise

How to become an early riser.

I don’t think I’ll ever become one — after 30+ years of existence, 8 am is still godawful early in my book. Which is why my jaw drops when I read Cory Doctorow:

(…) by the time I get to work, I’ve already gotten my blogging done, worked on my novel, cleared out my inbox, done some physiotherapy exercises, Tai Chi and yoga, eaten a healthy breakfast and gone for a walk.


3 Responses to “Early To Rise”

  1. Justin Holleb says:

    It’s SOOOOO bad.

  2. Justin Holleb says:

    Hey sorry, that comment was for the Sterbus story. I feel really stupid right now…. =\

  3. SOFA says:

    Up to 2005, I spent 6 years reporting to work at 4AM… Get home at Noon, surf the Net til 2, nap to 4 or 5, live a normal life in the evening – going to bed around 11…
    The first couple of weeks were tough; after that, the routine set in and the biological clock took over.
    It’s been worse trying to get back to “normal” hours. I still am physically tempted to nap in the afternoon, even tho’ I get plenty of sleep at night.