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What Time of Day Are You?

Morning person? Night person? Let's be more specific. What time of day are you exactly?

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  • What's your favorite countdown?

    • The countdown to my next birthday
    • The one that happens in Times Square on New Year's Eve
    • The one on the Top 40 radio station every night
    • The countdown to a space shuttle blasting off
    • The countdown to summer vacation
    • The grainy one before old movies
    • The microwave clock, counting down the seconds until my food is ready
    • I don't like all the pressure and expectations of countdowns. I'd rather just relax.
  • What's the best thing about alarm clocks?

    • The moment of silence after you turn them off.
    • They make sure I don't miss anything good.
    • The days when I don't even bother to set one.
    • When the alarm interrupts a great dream, and I remember it for the rest of the day.
    • Waking up to a day full of possibilities.
    • The way the glowy red numbers look in the darkness of my room.
    • They can be unplugged.
    • Nothing -- they're harsh, loud, and quite possibly evil.
  • Even if you hate waking up, you don't mind being woken up by:

    • a really good song.
    • my phone ringing, if it's someone I like.
    • a kiss (from a person or a pet).
    • thinking I've overslept, and then realizing it's Saturday.
    • my brain deciding it's ready to start the day.
    • the smell of homemade breakfast.
    • something natural -- a bird, crickets, wind rustling in the trees.
    • uh... actually, I'd really rather stay asleep.
  • People change, but you know you'll never change into:

    • someone mean.
    • someone lonely.
    • someone who gives up.
    • a loud talker who gets angry easily.
    • someone who has no idea what he/she is talking about.
    • someone who stresses over inconsequential things.
    • the kind of person who schedules every minute of every day.
    • someone who says, "Could you turn that down a little?"
  • What feeds your brain?

    • Yoga
    • Visiting new places, trying new things
    • Talking about what's going on in the world
    • An attraction to someone new
    • Planning an event
    • Live music
    • I'm not sure, but every once in a while, I get a random burst of energy.
    • Who said it was hungry?
  • Are you usually on time?

    • Ha. (I'm running late for something right now.)
    • No, I think it's better to be a few minutes late to most things.
    • Nah. I'm too easily distracted.
    • It depends if I have to pick anyone up on the way.
    • Only when I absolutely have to be.
    • With deadlines, yes. With early morning workouts, not so much.
    • Yeah, I'm pretty punctual.
    • Yes. I don't like rushing places at the last minute.
  • Hey, whatcha readin'?

    • A thriller or mystery that I just can't put down
    • A novel by someone brilliant (or crazy)
    • A book that might just make me a better person
    • The "most emailed" articles on a news website
    • Stuff for class, mostly
    • My horoscope
    • Lots of movie reviews and entertainment listings
    • All of the above (but not all at once)
  • How do you usually know what time it is?

    • I look at the clock constantly, hoping the hands will move.
    • I glance at the corner of my computer screen.
    • I've almost always got my phone in my hand.
    • I can sort of sense the time, based on how light or dark the sky is.
    • Forget clocks. I always know if it's the right time or the wrong time to do something.
    • Someone else usually tells me, even if I don't ask.
    • I don't care what time the clock says. I'll sleep when I'm tired.
    • I don't want to know what time it is -- I just want this day to last.
  • If you find yourself with twenty minutes of unexpected free time today, what will you do with it?

    • Go for a walk outside
    • Listen to some music
    • Flip through a magazine
    • Zone out... just because I can
    • Accomplish something quick from my to-do list
    • Find a mirror and check if my hair needs fixing
    • Write, doodle, or draw in a notebook
    • Celebrate. I live for little moments of freedom.
  • You have a million and one things to do tomorrow. You'll probably:

    • make a to-do list and check things off as I go.
    • focus on the things that matter the most.
    • see what (if anything) feels important when I wake up.
    • try to get through them as fast as possible, so it won't take the whole day.
    • check in with a friend or two before I plan my day.
    • blow off anything that sounds boring.
    • forget about all of it and do something that's not even on the list.
    • get them all done. That's just how I am.
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