Early bird? Night owl?

Early bird? Night owl?
I’ve always looked at my ability to wake up without an alarm as a superpower: whether it’s for my usual wake-up time (ungodly early) or from a power nap or just in time for my stop on a bus or train commute (truly, the gods watched over me when I used to take the Red Line into Chicago for culinary school!), I wake up without an alarm.Imagine my dismay when I recently heard someone say that this is actually a bad thing: it means that my body and mind are so stressed out—permanently in red alert stage—that I am hyper-aware of time passing.I’m still pondering that, and given that I’m pretty healthy and don’t exhibit other signs of massive stress, I’m probably going to dismiss the theory or at least claim that I’m the exception to the rule. (It did make my husband feel a whole lot better since he’s always envied my superpower.)Why do I get up between 4 and 4:30 most weekdays?Well, for one thing, Daylight Savings becomes irrelevant: it’s always pitch black out, so it doesn’t get any easier or harder based on the season!Find out the real reason on my blog: https://simply-healthcoaching.com/soul-care-container/Then leave me a comment and let me know, what times are blocked off for your soul care container, and what do you do during that time?