So let be briefly clarify how my sleep schedule works:
- When tired, go to sleep. This often means snoozing in my chair, or, sometimes, stumbling over to the couch. Maybe once a week I'll actually make it into my bed.
- When no longer tired, get up and do stuff.
I literally cannot remember my sleep patterns from the last several days, partly because they're totally arbitrary, and partly because I just stopped caring. It's a little weird being totally out of sync with the rest of reality, but I haven't been this consistently rested and alert in literally years, and I generally tend to manage quite long runs of work before slouching back off to zzz-land.
It sounds insane at utterly unhealthy, but so far it's been going great. Working from home has its benefits.
The only currently recorded side effect is pondering hot elven women at 4:30 AM. I'm still not entirely sure if that's a bad thing, though.