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2 thoughts on “The Night Owl Inside Makes for Creative Mind”

  1. I’m a night owl too! The majority of my family is, to varying degrees, on my Mom’s side at least. I can go on Facebook at 2am and find at least half a dozen people I’m related to.

    For me, right after my son gets to bed and I know he’s asleep, it’s like a mental deep breath and then my mind shifts gears and moves into a different phase.

    I’m probably not as creative as you though, except maybe in the kitchen, where I tend to bake late at night in the summer to keep the house from getting too hot and in the winter to keep the house from getting too cold.

  2. This used to be a HUGE problem for me. I would stay up so late just lying in bed with all of my thoughts to keep me company. Usually hubby was snoozing away after 5 mintues with his head on the pillow. So, it was just me.

    I think now I am just so exhausted by that time, that I actually do fall asleep pretty quickly. Sometimes before hubby. And the new allergy meds I’m on are helping too. 🙂

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