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People who know me well know that I struggle to get a full night’s sleep frequently. They also know that I crave sunshine. Neither were working for me yesterday.
Yesterday in Wisconsin looked like November when snow is a little more appreciated. Snow was falling to the extent that at one point from my office perch on top of my hill, I couldn’t see much. It was a full whiteout.
I’m a see forever, positive attitude kind of person. I find that my sense of vision gets really clouded (much like my view from my windows) when we have days of clouds or unseasonal weather.
I am not good at sleeping either and when I caught a retweet of this New York Times article: How Little Sleep Can You Get Away With? I had to go read it. I didn’t like the conclusions either:
Not every sleeper is the same, of course: Dinges has found that some people who need eight hours will immediately feel the wallop of one four-hour night, while other eight-hour sleepers can handle several four-hour nights before their performance deteriorates. (But deteriorate it will.) There is a small portion of the population — he estimates it at around 5 percent or even less — who, for what researchers think may be genetic reasons, can maintain their performance with five or fewer hours of sleep. (There is also a small percentage who require 9 or 10 hours.)Last night though, I succeeded! I slept through the night from 9:30pm to 6:50am. YAY! and better yet, I woke up to sunshine streaming in my windows.
don’t know about you, but I can tackle anything with the combination of a good night’s sleep and sunshine the next day. As someone reminded me on Facebook, it is still only 28F (-2C for my European and Canadian readers) here and spring has been very slow coming here in Wisconsin. We had a brief great warm Sunday last week with a high of 75F but it was followed by tornadoes in the early evening that caused severe damage only 20 miles north of here.
Like many of you, I am ready for storm-free, sunny weather time so I can move forward on my goals. (and more good nights sleep!)