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Adjusting to Eastcoast Time Posted on 08-03-2004
Enigma2k8

I'm from CA, and I've been tryin to train myself for that eastern time, but it seems like it's not gonna work (I only woke up at 7 out here lol). So can anybody tell me if I really need to train for the time change, or will it just come naturally.
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BetiBAP replied on 08-03-2004 02:31PM [Reply]
Ncompleete wrote:
I'm from CA, and I've been tryin to train myself for that eastern time, but it seems like it's not gonna work (I only woke up at 7 out here lol). So can anybody tell me if I really need to train for the time change, or will it just come naturally.
Well I was in DC last week and it really wasn't that hard. I'm usually on mountain time and that means my time zone is like three hours behind DC time, but I really had no problem. Of course sometimes I slept in... but what young person doesn't do THAT occasionally. So don't worry, as long as you bring your alarm clock, I think you'll be alright. Besides you will have about a week to get adjusted anyway ( freshman week)! :wink:
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MzHowardU07 from Washington, DC replied on 08-03-2004 02:46PM [Reply]

It was not hard to adjust to Eastern time. Being from Cali also, I tried to get myself prepared. I went to sleep 3 hours earlier, but it didn't work. You just have to be out there to really get used to it. However, I was really tired at night for a day or two, but after that...it was no problem.
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Enigma2k8 replied on 08-03-2004 02:46PM [Reply]
BetiBAP wrote:
Ncompleete wrote:
I'm from CA, and I've been tryin to train myself for that eastern time, but it seems like it's not gonna work (I only woke up at 7 out here lol). So can anybody tell me if I really need to train for the time change, or will it just come naturally.
Well I was in DC last week and it really wasn't that hard. I'm usually on mountain time and that means my time zone is like three hours behind DC time, but I really had no problem. Of course sometimes I slept in... but what young person doesn't do THAT occasionally. So don't worry, as long as you bring your alarm clock, I think you'll be alright. Besides you will have about a week to get adjusted anyway ( freshman week)! :wink:
K, thanks.....I'm flying out there next tuesday
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BetiBAP replied on 08-03-2004 06:18PM [Reply]
Ncompleete wrote:
BetiBAP wrote:
Ncompleete wrote:
I'm from CA, and I've been tryin to train myself for that eastern time, but it seems like it's not gonna work (I only woke up at 7 out here lol). So can anybody tell me if I really need to train for the time change, or will it just come naturally.
Well I was in DC last week and it really wasn't that hard. I'm usually on mountain time and that means my time zone is like three hours behind DC time, but I really had no problem. Of course sometimes I slept in... but what young person doesn't do THAT occasionally. So don't worry, as long as you bring your alarm clock, I think you'll be alright. Besides you will have about a week to get adjusted anyway ( freshman week)! :wink:
K, thanks.....I'm flying out there next tuesday
Of Course! Youre flyin out on Tuesday? Wow, that's kinda early, what for?
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Enigma2k8 replied on 08-03-2004 06:43PM [Reply]
BetiBAP wrote:
Ncompleete wrote:
BetiBAP wrote:
Ncompleete wrote:
I'm from CA, and I've been tryin to train myself for that eastern time, but it seems like it's not gonna work (I only woke up at 7 out here lol). So can anybody tell me if I really need to train for the time change, or will it just come naturally.
Well I was in DC last week and it really wasn't that hard. I'm usually on mountain time and that means my time zone is like three hours behind DC time, but I really had no problem. Of course sometimes I slept in... but what young person doesn't do THAT occasionally. So don't worry, as long as you bring your alarm clock, I think you'll be alright. Besides you will have about a week to get adjusted anyway ( freshman week)! :wink:
K, thanks.....I'm flying out there next tuesday
Of Course! Youre flyin out on Tuesday? Wow, that's kinda early, what for?
I think it's because the plane ticket is cheaper, and I just wanna visit some fam out there along with checkin out the city in a car lol.
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BetiBAP replied on 08-03-2004 08:34PM [Reply]
Ncompleete wrote:
BetiBAP wrote:
Ncompleete wrote:
BetiBAP wrote:
Ncompleete wrote:
I'm from CA, and I've been tryin to train myself for that eastern time, but it seems like it's not gonna work (I only woke up at 7 out here lol). So can anybody tell me if I really need to train for the time change, or will it just come naturally.
Well I was in DC last week and it really wasn't that hard. I'm usually on mountain time and that means my time zone is like three hours behind DC time, but I really had no problem. Of course sometimes I slept in... but what young person doesn't do THAT occasionally. So don't worry, as long as you bring your alarm clock, I think you'll be alright. Besides you will have about a week to get adjusted anyway ( freshman week)! :wink:
K, thanks.....I'm flying out there next tuesday
Of Course! Youre flyin out on Tuesday? Wow, that's kinda early, what for?
I think it's because the plane ticket is cheaper, and I just wanna visit some fam out there along with checkin out the city in a car lol.
I feel you on that car. The hills, the sun and the humidity mixed together are no joke! I am going to miss my car SO much. I think we should revise the Subject of this post! New SUBJECT: ADJUSTING TO EAST COAST HUMIDITY
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Enigma2k8 replied on 08-03-2004 10:56PM [Reply]
BetiBAP wrote:
Ncompleete wrote:
BetiBAP wrote:
Ncompleete wrote:
BetiBAP wrote:
Ncompleete wrote:
I'm from CA, and I've been tryin to train myself for that eastern time, but it seems like it's not gonna work (I only woke up at 7 out here lol). So can anybody tell me if I really need to train for the time change, or will it just come naturally.
Well I was in DC last week and it really wasn't that hard. I'm usually on mountain time and that means my time zone is like three hours behind DC time, but I really had no problem. Of course sometimes I slept in... but what young person doesn't do THAT occasionally. So don't worry, as long as you bring your alarm clock, I think you'll be alright. Besides you will have about a week to get adjusted anyway ( freshman week)! :wink:
K, thanks.....I'm flying out there next tuesday
Of Course! Youre flyin out on Tuesday? Wow, that's kinda early, what for?
I think it's because the plane ticket is cheaper, and I just wanna visit some fam out there along with checkin out the city in a car lol.
I feel you on that car. The hills, the sun and the humidity mixed together are no joke! I am going to miss my car SO much. I think we should revise the Subject of this post! New SUBJECT: ADJUSTING TO EAST COAST HUMIDITY
Lol, I can't wait to leave my car....it needs to be PIMPED sooo bad
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replied on 08-04-2004 03:23AM [Reply]
Ncompleete wrote:
BetiBAP wrote:
I feel you on that car. The hills, the sun and the humidity mixed together are no joke! I am going to miss my car SO much. I think we should revise the Subject of this post! New SUBJECT: ADJUSTING TO EAST COAST HUMIDITY
Lol, I can't wait to leave my car....it needs to be PIMPED sooo bad
I kno thats rite...where's X when u need him??? :? :lol: :lol:
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BetiBAP replied on 08-04-2004 04:35AM [Reply]
BlkIceberg7810 wrote:
Ncompleete wrote:
BetiBAP wrote:
I feel you on that car. The hills, the sun and the humidity mixed together are no joke! I am going to miss my car SO much. I think we should revise the Subject of this post! New SUBJECT: ADJUSTING TO EAST COAST HUMIDITY
Lol, I can't wait to leave my car....it needs to be PIMPED sooo bad
I kno thats rite...where's X when u need him??? :? :lol: :lol:
LOL, Shoot... I need my car pimped too. Maybe we can get a two for one!!!
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