I have been trying to live on 6 hours of sleep so I have the time needed to do everything I need to do in a day. It's not working. I find myself incredibly tired around 3pm and there isn't anything I can do about it but wait for the kids to be asleep.
Another thing I notice is that being tired makes it hard to make a good choice. I find myself not really caring about what I want to eat. It's almost like I resort to a primal instinct. I'm hungry, so I eat. Doesn't matter what it is, or what it will do to me as long as I get full. If it's there, I'll just grab it, because I'm tired and don't want to think. Luckily, this week of trying to live on less sleep, the cupboards are a bit bare of snacks, so it's easy to not...snack. If there were some goodies in here, I can guarantee that they'd be eaten.
Right now I feel as though I am rambling, not making sense. I probably am, because I'm tired. This tired-all-day feeling isn't really worth the amount of work I get done by staying up. I am going to try to convert to early bird-ism next week, and fight my natural night owl. (Late at night, I can often be found doing what this man is doing in the picture)