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    Alarm Clock Observation

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    My alarm clock sounded, I opened my eyes, and sophomore year of high school began. I accomplished the Herculean effort of dragging myself to the shower, completed my routine, and drove to my high school. The first three classes ended and my teachers and the subjects they taught began the morning perfectly. I arrived at my fourth period history class which included a new teacher named Jordan Thompson and the drama that came with him. Whenever a new teacher began at my high school, gossip fills the school. Mr. Thompson recently graduated from Union University in 2010 and from my high school in 2006. He walked in the class as fast as a lightning strike and began his lecture with an assertive tone which disturbed me more than my alarm clock hours…

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    dreams that they are having so they may want to continue the dream. On the other hand some people may not like their dreams and will decide to wake up and not continue to sleep so they can stop dreaming. Most people enjoy lucid dreaming because they are aware that they are dreaming and dreams offer a no consequence environment to experience. Researchers wanted to investigate if there is a correlation between lucid dreaming and pressing snooze on alarm clocks. In my article called “Lucid…

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    the clothing label. Ok, turn the dial on the iron or slide the dial on the iron the appropriate selection. Wait a minute for the iron to warm up and have at it. Finally, it time to get ready for bed. The human body needs at least eight to ten hours of sleep. Getting enough sleep can help us to concentrate and have a healthier disposition. But, before you go to sleep, I recommend setting an alarm clock. This is an especially essential step in the process. If you don’t decide wisely, you…

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    pierced through the dark, night sky. Elle Thomas had forgotten to finish her algebra homework, and if she wanted to keep her 4.0, she had to get all the questions right. Almost instantly, Greg, her father knocked on her heavy wooden door in his signature style. Knock knock knockity knock, knock knock. “Everything alright in here Cupcake?” he inquired. “That was quite the scream.” “Yeah,” Elle responded. “I just forgot a few homework problems.” Elle glanced at her…

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    Kristiana Kokott ENG 105 Professor Wolfe 6 September 2017 Waking with Natural Light In “Snoozers Are, in Fact, Losers,” Maria Konnikova highlights the importance of fighting the urge to slam the “snooze” button on the alarm clock every morning. Konnikova argues that individuals should strive to sync their daily morning routine to their internal circadian rhythm to live better and be more productive. Her solution to taming the widespread epidemic of sleeplessness and subpar productivity involves…

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    I hear the alarm clock beeping constantly knowing I have to wake up to go to school. I get up hesitantly to turn off the alarm clock and gather my clothes to jump in the shower. Getting out of the shower I smelled this sense of aroma floating in the atmosphere. It came to mind, that my mother was cooking breakfast for me before I leave to go to school. I threw my clothes on and walked step by step down the stairs. As I approached the kitchen, I was observing to see if anybody was in there.…

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    Faced against the alarm clock, people generally have two choices: to get up or to hit the snooze and go back to sleep. Adolescents often fall into the trap of just smacking the snooze button and catching a few more Z’s. Many other difficult decisions are present in teens’ days; descisions of whether to do their homework or not and whether to go to class or not are just a few teens may face. All these factors can accumulate on an adolescent and add stress to their lives. Teen stress is caused by…

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    I have a ritual. Every morning, I immediately open my laptop and browse several sporting analysis websites. This occurs before my shower. Before brushing my teeth. Before opening Facebook. Before eating breakfast. Often, before I am fully awake. I need my daily fix. Then, breakfast is consumed while watching the news. Not politics and weather though, nor business and finance. Always Fox Sports News. Some require a morning coffee. Without it, they bemoan their inability to properly function.…

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    Isla-Personal Narrative

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    Her dreams hadn’t been peaceful, nor did they have much time to develop. It seemed like she was only just laying her head down on her pillow, exhausted to the bone, when the subtle shift of her mattress pulled her from its depths. Was her alarm sounding? Had she slept in later than she intended, running late for work? As the brute got comfortable and eased the sheets down to expose her shoulders, Isla took a slow breath in, confused by the deep voice pressed tightly against her ear. Melatonin…

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    Personal Narrative

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    Every night starts out the same. My dream and I. I hear all the voices of my classmates, yelling, laughing, and most of all, harassing me. ‘Loser’, ‘Nerd’, ‘Four Eyes’, ‘Know it all’, all of those words. Sometimes, I end up with bruises at the end of the day. I saw dark shadows overrule me, taking everything I've wanted and dreamt about. I woke up with sweat on my face. My heart, beating so fast out of my chest. The fan, blowing loudly. I looked over at my original alarm, and read 2:45 A.M. I…

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