1 May I did it again. I overslept. The cause was a mixture of tiredness and fun. I was really enjoying the fascinating dream I was in (at 3:05, time of the alarm, I was towards the end of the REM phase). Unfortunately … Continue reading →
After a week at a conference where I had to go monophasic I’m going back to the Everyman schedule 20 April 2012, Unfortunately most of the data for this day is missing. My flight arrived so late on the 19th … Continue reading →
Attending the conference (and the intense networking which ensued) made it impossible for me to continue with the schedule. My great friends in Copenhagen offered their hotel for napping through the day, … but the commute, napping, waking and such … Continue reading →
Today, on day 39 of the experiment I’ve had to give up my naps for the first time. I’m travelling to a conference in Denmark so the prospect of 3 naps per day looks slim. I woke up early feeling good and awake to … Continue reading →
day 36, April 12: Perseverance seems to be paying off. There are small difficulties (but not that different from the monophasic ones: snoozing, tiredness at work, etc). Generally I can feel my energy levels improving day after day. Smart Wake … Continue reading →
Why would I pull myself out of bed at 2:30 am? Or even attempt a schedule with 2h30of sleep? There are 5 main reasons that keep me motivated. More time. Completing the 70 items on my todo list. Experiencing new states of mind and lucid dreaming. Challenging the accepted human limits and getting interesting results for my sponsors.