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I remember you from a while ago. 7 hours of sleep isn't really enough. wake up at 7 or something instead. 5 o'clock is a stupid time to wake up every day. I see you're only doing two hours of work a night which is a change from last time (I think). Maybe go to the gym right after HWK in the evening so you have more time to relax.
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I remember you from a while ago. 7 hours of sleep isn't really enough. wake up at 7 or something instead. 5 o'clock is a stupid time to wake up every day. I see you're only doing two hours of work a night which is a change from last time (I think). Maybe go to the gym right after HWK in the evening so you have more time to relax.
Waking up at 5 promotes self discipline, and 7 hours of quality sleep is great!
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Waking up at 5 promotes self discipline, and 7 hours of quality sleep is great!
I always thought that 8 or more hours of sleep was recommended.
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I remember you from a while ago. 7 hours of sleep isn't really enough. wake up at 7 or something instead. 5 o'clock is a stupid time to wake up every day. I see you're only doing two hours of work a night which is a change from last time (I think). Maybe go to the gym right after HWK in the evening so you have more time to relax.
I took on the advice of the past and tried to make it more realistic. I need to have structure in my work unless I simply won't do it
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Heard of burnout before?
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Waking up at 5 promotes self discipline, and 7 hours of quality sleep is great!
This is crappy advice, you'll burn out dead quick, I try and do exercise and stuff, and I work at Waitrose at evenings. Find a dead quick exercise regime instead of getting up at 5, and do your homework in the evenings. Or stay up till 10 and wake up at 7 etc.
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This is crappy advice, you'll burn out dead quick, I try and do exercise and stuff, and I work at Waitrose at evenings. Find a dead quick exercise regime instead of getting up at 5, and do your homework in the evenings. Or stay up till 10 and wake up at 7 etc.
At night, myself and many other people, will be more tired after eating dinner or whatever. Also, in evenings there are many more distractions.

Getting up at 5, exercising/shower/breakfast, and starting to work at 6 is much more effective imo. But each to their own.
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