Journal Entry 8# Imagining A Blogging All-Nighter

A journal entry written by Lee Sonogan

Pulling An All-Nighter: The Grown-Up's Guide to Staying Up All Night

I think we dream so we don’t have to be apart so long. If we’re in each other’s dreams, we can play together all night. – Bill Watterson

All-nighters and staying up until the next day is a trance in a bubble. The bubble can pop at any moment when the ensuing daydream wants you to crash in its wrath. Willpower necessary to continue requires enough focus in a lot of stuff to do in the hallucination like state. And the caffeine-like supplies to boost effort in delivery while this hypothetical pumping of publishing is executed.

Somewhat practised in staying up late and making it to dinner the next day when I have had no responsibilities/pressures or studies with a deadline, in the opening hours of the night there are some shifts great for creativity. Taking advantage of this I am dreaming of a session of many hours consistently putting out or finishing work to be shared to the world. 5 a day is my record if I do a lot on both this website and ENTERTAINMENT CULTURE ONLINE.

Maybe If I scheduled it ahead of time I could realistically pull off a max of twenty that could also include a video or ECT. Having hundred of drafts, an all-nighter like this could make so much progress in a short amount of time. Linking short content to bigger stuff as well, it would also push forward my book ideas as well. Overall, if there were medical pills to healthy stay up all night, I would be abusing them as much as I could and have fun never being bored for longer periods of time.

Love is staying up all night with a sick child – or a healthy adult. – David Frost

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