Due to some scheduled events that will require time away from the studio, we’ve been recording multiple shows a night for the past several days and it has been rough to say the least. The actual content part isn’t so bad, but due to fact that we do the show when the kids go to bed, we’ve had some very late nights.
Regardless of how late I go to sleep, the kids have to get up and get ready for school. Unfortunately, the school can take up to an hour to get to due to traffic, so we need to get up much earlier than should be necessary. Is four and a half hours of sleep enough? Not for me. Thankfully, I’ve been granted a nap here and there, but it’s just not the same.
Over the years, I’ve envied many types of people. The ones I seem to be most in awe of right now are those that have hectic lives coupled with the bizarre ability to not need to visit the land of dreams.
The rumor is UFC president Dana white only sleeps a few hours each night. A while back I remember reading an article that went over the schedules of WWE’s Triple H and Stephanie McMahon and I couldn’t believe it. They get up crazy early, spend time with the kids, go to work at headquarters, travel to venues perform on TV and squeeze in two workouts and deal with emails. According to their trainer, 1-2 hours of sleep is all they’re getting on a typical night. How is that possible?
If you happen to notice us sounding a little punchy in some upcoming shows, now you’ll know why. No hallucinations have been spotted yet, but they’re probably not far off.