The Shift Work Stuggles

Hello everyone and welcome back to the blog! One of the things that I have been finding quit hard to deal with over the last 2 years of doing shift work has been the day-night cycle adjustment. It seems that no matter how often you do it, no matter how long a stretch I get on, that changing from an overnight stretch to having to live by day is always tough. I love the day living mind you (seeing the sun in a huge bonus), but I do love the working at night (since I am by myself and get to work on my project and blog in peace and read or whatnot). There may also be fewer crisis that need responding to at once, and with that I can easily focus my attention.

Sometimes too without coffee (which I had recently been doing) it can be rather tough and there is a feeling of being REALLY dead tired by the time I get home at around 8-9am the following morning. I love what I do, do not get me confused, but at the same time the shift change from work to life takes rapid adjustment and even now that I am a 2 year veteran at doing this, it can still be really hard. *takes sip of coffee*

I am working a day shift right now as I write this out, and that is kind of what made me want to start this conversation. What do you guys think? Let me know in the comments about your work-life struggles I would love to hear it!

Also – New Logo for the Anti-Humanist Movement! Let me know your thoughts!

Lightning Striking at the Heart of Society’s many broken systems! That is the call of the Anti-Humanist!

Published by mlevis1996

24, Father of Anti-Humanist Philosophy (The AntiJudgementalism Handbook (2020) and 2019 Meditations (2020))

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