Up early

therealbrandonwilson  •  23 May 2023   •    

This week my schedule has been shifted to waking up early. My houseguest had to leave the house at 5 AM today to arrive bright and early for his flight training. The bonus for him is that he’s done in the early afternoon. I’ve been getting up early with him to make him Bulletproof coffee and see him off. I say make coffee for him because it is too early in the morning for me to consume coffee.

I’ve been waking up about an hour earlier than normal. My Oura ring scores have been in the mid 80’s, down from my usual 90’s. I’ve been getting over 2 hours of REM sleep and 1.5 hours of deep sleep despite about an hour less sleep time. We were up way too late Sunday night, and I told him as great as it is to have these fascinating conversations, we should prioritize sleep. Last night I was in bed at the normal time.

Despite less-than-stellar sleep, I have been feeling great with lots of energy and focus. We’ve been eating very clean and fueling up on a variety of vitamins and minerals. I think the social element also plays a role considering I’m by myself most of the time.

I’ve got my Wellness Bar to visit this afternoon, and I think Scott plans to join me in the sauna and the cryo chamber. This is a power week of biohacking.


Great work, I’m trying to wake up early again too. I feel like there’s more available RAM in the simulation during these hours, you know? What are your best tricks for getting your schedule back to where you want it? Travel always throws me for a loop.

lukehollis  •  24 May 2023, 8:24 pm

Sticking to an appropriate bedtime drives most of it. I wrote a newsletter with my tips for hacking travel, which I will be using soon on my trip to visit family. https://bewellthy.substack.com/p/my-top-10-tips-to-hack-your-travel

therealbrandonwilson  •  25 May 2023, 12:52 pm

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