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tired by tea-time?

Discussion in 'Health and wellbeing' started by jonowen, Mar 7, 2012.

  1. jonowen

    jonowen Occasional commenter

    Thank you girls! Recently I asked on here for advice re part-time working and I'm definitely going to consider it very soon but now is not a good time for making such a big decision.
    Mrs. Mo - I must admit to doing very little at home apart from any practical stuff (like piano practice for exam accompaniments). I did a uni course in 2009-2011 so maybe that is catching up with me now too.
    Belle - hormones with me too sadly.
     
  2. Ah Joni - me too! Not yet 50 ( not far off tho) and have been waking at 5am every morning for the last couple of years. A good day is one where I don't feel tired and can actually stay awake past 9pm! Woohoo!
    The only time I stay up later than this is if there is alcohol involved and we all know what a knock on effect that can have....[​IMG]
     
  3. jonowen

    jonowen Occasional commenter

    Mr. Jo wonders why I fall asleep by 9pm every Friday night after an hour's hoovering, then a later meal and the celebratery vino or 2 !! [​IMG]
     
  4. kittylion

    kittylion Established commenter

    I wake on and off from about 4 and finally give in and get up about 5.30 - at least it's peaceful then. I'm usually in school by 7.50 ish and then home anytime between 5 and 6. I do work in the evening but if it's been a full day with no frees I am usually comatose by 9. I'm 56 and feeling tired just seems to have become a way of life.
     
  5. OMG Your workload is unbelievable. Get a cleaner,go part time do something.
     

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