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What is your sleep schedule?
An_251057 posted:
I am going to publicly post when I go to sleep at night, when I wake up and when I nap.

Night before: 4:30am
This morning I woke up at 6:50am
Nap: 5pm-8pm
I want to go to bed around 11pm and wake up at 7am. I will post publicly each day. This is my goal.
An_251074 responded:
Sounds like my schedule. My goal is supposed to to be 9 pm to bed and 7:30 am to rise with a 20 min. Nap at 12 pm and at 2 pm. So far, I'm 3-4 am /- and up at 8:30 for med. then sleep again for 3-4 hours.

Remember: goals are meant to be reached but not suddenly. Celebrate the small changes in sleep time along the way.

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