Posted by sean on March 9, 2007 at 10:33 am in Moving House with No Comments

Since moving into my new flat, I have found myself going to bed a lot earlier on “school nights”. Instead of my previous bedtime of 11pm-midnight, I’m tucked up around 10pm. Good thing I say – I feel alot fresher ahead of the weekend, when I will be up later, and I haven’t fallen asleep at my work desk once – I am now the model professional!

This hasn’t been a planned change – although think it is probably linked to various factors.

  • No TV or broadband internet to waste my evenings on
  • No housemates making noise outside my bedroom door
  • No housemates preventing access to kitchen & bathroom
  • Nicer bed, which makes sleeping more attractive
  • Loads more stuff to do at work, which is tiring me out

People say that you require more sleep as you age. I’m 25 next week. It is a worry, as at the rate things are going, by the time I am the same age as Leeds United owner Ken Bates, I will require 87 hours of sleep a day!

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