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KatieT12 Tue 23-Feb-16 21:34:23

I work from home (doing a degree) and I know it doesn't sound particularly tough, but it's a maths degree and it really kills my energy.

I have to be up at 8:30 (pretty good) but seriously struggle to get to be before 2 am and I find it begins to ruin my day, so I drag myself to library (when possible) just to force the hours of studying into me.

I've always wondered what the average time was for other people to go to bed, I suppose it's something I never discuss with people! If so, what's your routine!?

ssd Tue 23-Feb-16 21:36:50

you go to bed at 2am??

I'm tired even thinking about that!

tibbawyrots Tue 23-Feb-16 21:38:34

Bed around 11.30pm and awake by 7am but don't get up until 8am.
I wake naturally not with an alarm. Occasionally sneak back for a post lunch nap. grin

cornishglos Tue 23-Feb-16 21:39:28

I aim to be in bed much earlier but manage to get there between 11 and 11.30

Xmasbaby11 Tue 23-Feb-16 21:39:56

Bed at midnight, up at 7.

I am a night owl and pre children I was often up til 2. Certainly when I was a student.

KatieT12 Tue 23-Feb-16 21:40:23

ssd - I try to go earlier, but I end up feeling for awake confused

KatieT12 Tue 23-Feb-16 21:40:34


KinkyAfro Tue 23-Feb-16 21:40:42

I get up at 4.30, have just come to bed, will be asleep by 10

Champagneformyrealfriends Tue 23-Feb-16 21:41:07

Between 10-11 usually. I'm 33 weeks pregnant though so sometimes earlier. Before I was expecting it was usually between 11-12.

KatieT12 Tue 23-Feb-16 21:41:18

I do have DC smile just to let you know Xmas!

Paddingtonthebear Tue 23-Feb-16 21:41:38

Bed usually around 10.30pm. Up at 7am. Used to stay up much later and lie in later before becoming a parent envy

SomedayMyPrinceWillCome Tue 23-Feb-16 21:41:42

About 10.30. Up at 6.30 with DS.

TooOldForGlitter Tue 23-Feb-16 21:41:56

I get up at 5.50 so I go to bed at 10.00 and read 'til maybe 10.30/10.45.

KayTee87 Tue 23-Feb-16 21:42:50

Bed at 10, maybe not asleep until 11 then up at 7.

Dowser Tue 23-Feb-16 21:43:40

Midnight....night owl here too.

Last night was 1 am . That's too late.
The sleep bus comes round about quarter to 12 till about 12-15. If you miss it you've got to wait another hour ;-)

KayTee87 Tue 23-Feb-16 21:44:19

Since becoming pregnant though a lot of the time I get into bed earlier than 10 and just relax / read for a while.

Busybuzzybumblebee Tue 23-Feb-16 21:46:47

I tend to go to bed about 10 to chill, usually asleep by 11, ds will normally have me up at some point during the night, then up for work at 6. Pretty much the same pre ds as still 6am start

Muskateersmummy Tue 23-Feb-16 21:48:34

Bed around 10, don't sleep well so when I actually go to sleep varies massively. Wake around 7

ICJump Tue 23-Feb-16 21:49:15

Bed about 10ish wake about 6ish. Feed baby a few times a night

JakeyB Tue 23-Feb-16 21:50:33

It has been my dream for some years now to be in bed by 11 p.m. as I have to get children up for school at 7.30. But I'm rarely in bed before 2 a.m. and when do I go manage to go earlier, e.g. before 1 a.m., I toss and turn till about 4-ish.

I often sleep in.

oldlaundbooth Tue 23-Feb-16 21:50:43

I get up at 6am.

In bed by 9.30pm max.

ButterIsAngelSpunk Tue 23-Feb-16 21:51:14

I always aim to be in bed at around 12. It never happens. I'm usually awake till 2, up at 8. I'm a night owl.

bibbitybobbityyhat Tue 23-Feb-16 21:51:25

Yanbu to ask pretty much any question you like.

May I ask why you chose the AIBU topic?

Kim82 Tue 23-Feb-16 21:51:34

I usually go up between 10.30 - 11pm and get up at 7.15am to give myself 15 mins before I have to wake the kids at 7.30am.

Stoneagemum Tue 23-Feb-16 21:52:21

Bed at 10, read till 10:30ish, alarm at 6, up by 6:15. Don't really need to be up til 6:45 but that first half hour of the day that I get to myself as the teen dc often go to bed after me

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