• I am a full time student. I leave my house for high school at 6:50am. Then i leave high school at 11:10am for Nursing class
  • I work from home. I walk down the hall to the office about 8:15 AM.
  • Between 5:00 AM and 5:15 AM. (that is between 05:00 and 05:15 on a 24 hour clock)
  • Most of the time at 6:30am, and sometimes at 5:30am on busier days.
  • I live in the flat above my workplace (I'm a hairdresser).
  • I leave the house at 8:45 to be in work for 9:00. That’s how long it takes me to walk to work.
    • Linda Joy
      But its great you have worked exercise into your daily routine so solidly! Its not like you can just choose to skip it on any given day. Good job!
  • Wow, I've had lots of different work shifts in my life, but now I'm old and broken and get paid to be a patient it seems. 😒 Maybe I overworked my body trying to support my son and myself when it was able to take the load. Arthritis by 40, and then it started going downhill. But I used to work my butt off. (It always found its way back though) I've gotten up 15 minutes before having to be at work at 4 or 5am when I made biscuits before going to school (tech college). I've worked delivering pizza from 11am- 8pm then changed tops on the interstate to work 9pm-7am at Waffle House serving. It was hard on my feet. I couldn't hardly walk in the mornings when I got up. This was when my son was with his dad for a time. Then he was sent to me and I was working 9-7 so I had to leave early to get my son to school on time and I slept while he was at school. They even bent a rule for me and let me take my meal to go. He had it for breakfast. And fortunately, I was then able to get on 1st shift. Ahh the 'good ole days'.

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