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awesome. I did sth similar this week: set my alarm for 2 hours earlier, swore off email except for the 6 minutes that coffee is brewing. And then strictly writing for 2 or 2.5 hours. Sleepwalking through the day, but happily so.

Joshie Juice

Oh dear: I identify with this sentiment completely. For me, it's between the hours of 8:30 and noon . . . but I let blog reading and writing and email get in the way.

I need your discipline!

Scott Springman

I find I do my best parenting before 9:00 AM too. "Knock it off! I am trying to drink my coffee!" Hmmm. Maybe I am more of a night owl...


So with you on this one. The truly scary thing about me, though, is that my hours tend to be between 3a.m and 8a.m....yup, a little bit crazy, but damn productive. Makes teaching that evening seminar a bitch, though...


Wow, Mindy, now that's really being a morning person! But you gotta go with what works, I think that's the key. And Joshie, I'm not sure if it's "discipline" I'm seeking so much as "routine." (Discipline sounds so, well, discipline-y...).

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