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    School days I wake-up at 6:30am and non-school days 7:00 or 7:30am mostly, but a sleep-in is usually 8:30am/9:00am.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barnaby View Post
    My kids wake around 5am each day. I consider 7am to be a sleep in.
    Also me 😐

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    6.30am is a sleep in..... on non school days.
    6.15am is alarm for me. Up to do my exercise....then get ready, sort breakfast, etc.

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    Anything after 5am (when my work alarm goes off) is a sleep in for me. I normally wake up around 7 when I have no alarm.

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    I set my alarm for 8.30am. Miss 3.5 usually wakes no earlier than 7.30 and I wake her when my alarm goes off if she is still asleep.
    A lie in is getting to 8.30 although she has on occasion slept until just after 9 on a weekend.

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    I am up at 6am mon-thurs for work. 6.30am for school on Friday so anytime from about 7am is a sleep in. If I sleep past 8 I feel really tired and moldy the whole day

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    I usually find I wake between 4-4.30 (the joys of having issues with sleep). I rarely sleep past 6-6.30.

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    Anything past 5am is a sleep in. Today was 6.15 which is a massive sleep in for me.

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    My days off work i am up between 6 and 6:30 usually. I try to sleep in but i cant. Otherwise i am always up by 11:30am after going to bed at 8am or so. If i can sneak in a nap i will.


 

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