Are you a morning or evening person?

, 2018-07-30

I am not a morning person. I’ve really tried but there’s something in me that just stops me from getting out of bed, even though I know I should.

I have friends who get up at 05:30 every day and for me, that’s the middle of the night!

It doesn’t really matter however, I’m a productive person…just not before 9am in the morning. I tend to do most of my personal work (blogging, writing/practicing presentations) in the evening so have always made time when I am most productive.

I’m also really lucky with my current position as the rest of my team is based in the US so there’s no point in me getting up early to work, as I’d completely miss their work day.

Well, that’s what I tell myself anyway (and I’m sticking to it).

What about you? I’d love to know if you’re a morning or evening person? Would be interesting to see the ratio for DBAs out there.

Have a good week!

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