For me at least. I'm sitting here waiting for an appointment to arrive, and all I can think is "adult responsibility sucks".
I actually said that in my head in a very sing-songy kind of voice. I'm not functioning on all cylinders this early. Forgive me.
When I was doing research about running an Etsy shop as more of a business than a hobby, all that ran through my head was:
"How am I going to get myself out of bed every morning and work 9-5 like normals do?"
I call regular folk who can properly function on a normal schedule of 9-5 weekly, normals.
Clearly, I lack that superpower.
You know what though? It's totally okay. I've realized that I don't really function in the mornings until I actually "wake up". I believe everyone has a time frame when they find themselves most productive. I think most corporate businesses ignore this for the most part except maybe the computer companies and a few other obscure industries because, yaknow, they have a brain and understand the potential in harnessing that elusive "Productivity".
I actually work better and feel more focused on my work between 10 - 11 am and 6 - 7 pm. Occasionally I will work in the evenings too if Mike is playing a video game or away on business.
Some people work better at night. I like to think they are probably part nocturnal, but hey, who am I to judge right?
Anyway, I guess my point to this random musing is that early mornings suck for me. BIG TIME. thank you to the coffee overlords, because, coffee.
Now I need to take care of the pups before my appointment arrives.
Have a great Tuesday, guys.