Core | 11:30 PM – 3:00 AM

Nap 1 | 6:20 AM – 7:00 AM

Nap 2 | 11:00 AM – 11:20 AM

Nap 3 | 2:10 PM – 2:30 PM

I had some work and social things going on today, so I squeezed my naps earlier in the day. It worked out pretty well except that I got tired earlier than normal.. by about 10PM I was definitely ready for bed.

In 5 days I leave for a 4 day back country camping trip with a bunch of friends (Nature is neat). We’re going to Death Valley, CA. Being awake for 3 hours in the middle of the night in the high dessert while everyone else is passed out sounds very difficult and miserable. Getting naps during the day while our group of 10 is on an adventure would be difficult too.

So, I’m going to use this opportunity to do more experimenting! I’m going to transition back to monophasic in the next couple days – once I get my to-do list onto one page :)

Then, once I get back from the trip I’m going to adapt straight into Dual Core 1 (DC1) sleep. I’m not sure what my schedule will be like exactly yet, but it’ll be around 3.5 hr core at dusk, 1.5 hr core at dawn, and one 20 minute nap in the afternoon. This will be an awesome test of the adaptation principles I’ve developed through research and experience. I’m sure I’ll be tweaking things with what I learn!

Experimenting with DC1 will be interesting because it will be only my second type of polyphasic sleep. I’ve fairly successfully experimented with E3 for the last few months (especially my second time around), but I want to test if the same step-by-step methods for adaptation can be applied to DC1 that I’ve applied to E3.

Thanks for your continued support and feedback – you guys rule!