March 28, 2006

Early morning riser

I've been getting up early recently; if you call 7am early. The plan each day is get up at 7, start work by 8, work through til 10, quick break and then work on til 1. If you actually stick to it, it works quite well, and I am getting done each day everything I need to.

Except today I went down to Amersham Hospt. to have a blood test. It opened at 8.30, yet I was advised to get there an hour early as not only does it get busy, but they often open early. However open arrival at 7.30, not only was there already a big queue, but I had to wait the full hour until they opened, and then went through the people in front of me. Not to mention the nurses surly attitude and lack of ability to stop the after-bruising.

Now I've just got to wait a week, and then go discuss it with my Doctor. Fun times ahead! Although I have to admit, even though I'm just writing essays all the time its not that bad. Friends are coming round on wednesday eve, others back at the weekend, and a Wycombe home match to look forward to. I have also scheduled the whole weekend off; so I can hopefully get some good sleep in.

It seems the whole of the psychology 3rd year is panicking about getting all the essays and projects writen up in time to start revising. Roll on the 22nd May! How I am looking forward to that!


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  1. How!?! How do you even start getting up that early!?

    I always pass out again after the alarm :'(

    28 Mar 2006, 10:37

  2. Set two alarms. One by your bed, set to go off at 6.58. One on the opposite side of your room for 6.59. DO NOT turn off unless fully prepared to stay awake.

    And it doesn't really help, I am permanently exhausted at the moment anyway, a small part of the reason for the blood test.

    28 Mar 2006, 10:41

  3. I have 2 alarms on the phone which I can happily ignore.
    And the radio goes off, as loud as I want.
    I put the remote on the other side of the room so I'd have to get up to turn it down. Went back to sleep though. Go me!

    28 Mar 2006, 10:59

  4. I can have an alarm on the other side of the room, one by my bed. When they go off I manually set them both to go off 4 hours later.

    I had a blood test once that caused my arm to get infected, couldn't move it for weeks.

    28 Mar 2006, 14:52

  5. The joys of Amersham. snort

    28 Mar 2006, 21:07

  6. at least I didn't have to come over to wycombe! snort

    28 Mar 2006, 21:47

  7. Pah!

    Meh, i don't blame you. Go on, laugh…laugh!! I live in a dump. I know. You posh Amersham blogger, you.

    29 Mar 2006, 16:25


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