I have worked jobs most of my working years that were never anything close to the 8 to 5 M-F. I have worked overnight shifts, shifts starting at 2 AM, some split shifts with 4 hours then a break for 4-5 hours and back for another 4 and just about every combination you can think of-some times rotating shifts that changed weekly even day to day that could start at 5 AM or end at 6 AM. What I found to work for me is it didn't matter what the actual time was. I never looked at the time and thought "oh, this should be lunch because it is noon" or "Wow, I should be having breakfast at 8 AM" even though in actuality it was the end of my shift. So I just planned meals according to the order I would have them regardless of the time. It takes a little thinking out side the box to not be dialed into or feel compelled to follow the clock to eat-just follow a normal progression of meals, paced to the rhythm of meal, snack, meal, snack, meal, snack..or what ever combination you usually follow. You will be surprised how quickly your body tunes in the rhythm of everyday routines. Forget the clock-follow your own inner clock.
Dee--- Georgia USA
You cannot reach your goal without a plan. It's like trying to reach your destination without a map or directions.
People say God is their co-pilot...unfortunately, I know how I drive so I have made Him my pilot. It seems the wiser choice.
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