When your day starts late, for whatever reason, do you
A) just skip whatever you would normally have done in the lost hours (like missing school: if you stayed home sick in the morning, you missed history and math, but could get to science and English in the afternoon);
B) do what you would normally have done, but compress the schedule (reduce time on tasks from 30 minutes to 15, or similar);
C) focus on the top priorities, with normal (or near-normal) time spent on these tasks, and ignore the others;
D) have some other sort of late-start or short-day routine that you can put into practice without thinking too much?
Please share! I’ve been having difficulty getting to sleep, and so I get up late, rested but feeling very behind and like the whole day is shot by 8:30 a.m., and then I thrash, trying to figure out where to put my energy. When I start my day early, everything is fine, and there’s enough time, but some days that just isn’t an option. I need to figure out a clear Plan B. Or C, or D.