it's just like dayshift, you just tilt your clock a little. i work 1p-1a. I'm up at 10 a.m. and at the gym shortly after. home by 11:15 and leave for work at 12:15.
snack: 4ish if the situation allows
lunch: 7 p.m.
dinner: 11 ish if the situation allows at work.
home by 2 a.m. and in bed by 3.
my calorie counting "day" starts when i get up to when i go to bed. since i work all my days in a row, that first nonworking day i usually sleep longer and my calorie count will be down. but it all evens out at the end of the week.
Fitness Minutes: (6,088)
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Im curious about this too. I'm about to start a job with lots of overnight shift work.
I work 12 hour night shifts (7pm-7am). Anyone else out ther with this schedule? When do you exercise? How do you count your calories (i.e. by the clock? does MN start a new day? or when you go to sleep in the morning?) Just curious what others do in my situation.
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