Weekly Photo Challenge: The Hue of You

I'm a night person - chronotype: late

I’m a night person – shadows and light – chronotype: late

What chronotype are you?


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27 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: The Hue of You

  1. Pingback: Weekly Photo Challenge: The Hue of You | Khana's Web

  2. Love the poetic title. I used to be a solidly middle-of-the-day person. You know, best work between 10 and 2. I think I’m a morning person now. 50 hasn’t changed you into an early bird, so you are still young in my book.

    • I envy the perky early risers, Monica. I think the morning is such a lovely time, but it’s oh so hard to get out of bed 😦 When I was a pre-teen, I was an early bird – my mum always brought us tea in bed and she’s an early riser, but my clock seemed to switch at adolescence and has never switched back since πŸ™‚

  3. we lived ‘outside’ here for eighteen months, while building, very energising and liberating to be under the stars, in the breeze, listening to the sounds of the night in the firelight πŸ™‚

  4. Very interesting – I’m the same as you – late. I would sleep in until 11am and sometimes even till 1pm if I could when I was a teenager and in my twenties (having kids changed that without my permission :)) and would stay up really late.

    • Having children would definitely change that, haha. I think our “type” are definitely late-nighters, GKM πŸ˜‰ I’m always in trouble for staying up late, and not being able to get up in the morning – I am nagged out of bed on the weekend by the big child that is my husband πŸ˜‰

      • read recently that getting up early is associated with having more heart attacks or something like that – even when they controlled for length of sleep – so we are on the right track bb πŸ˜‰

  5. Love that article you linked to, BB. Fascinating stuff. I’d say I’m early. But living in Britain that can be a bummer in the winter, because there is no early day, only very late black night overstaying its welcome..

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