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Uberman Day 14

David Nunez
David Nunez

0000-0700 Nap: Give me a break! “Slept in” today, but I was exhausted yesterday… I’m going to try for the full schedule today and tomorrow. So maybe the extra sleep will help me out a bit.
0800 Food: 1 cup coffee
1000 (SSS 2) Feeling decent… doing some bills and things
1300 Food: Mark made hamburgers and fries (w/ tostadas and salsa)
1630 Nap: (SSS 2.5) Laid down for a little bit, but probably only had a few minutes of dozing off
1840 (SSS 3) General tiredness and laziness. I’ve been watching movies all day while sorting through paper

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