I haven't met many night people. I always did my chores after dinner too, & accomplished more because interruption was less likely.
I have the e-reader for my books, & can read that with the bedside lamp off, so it definitely doesn't bother Rick. I also find the e-reader easier to hold with my arthritic hands/fingers/wrists.
19 hours ago
Interesting twist about OGSD.
And why the POTUS is the Don.
(Sarcastically and perhaps dark humor)
18 hours ago
On sleeping patterns.
I read that led screens produce a type of light that reduces melatonin. Further I read that that some eyglass manufactures have a coating that blocks that. When I visited my Optomologist he said he hadn't heard of that. Now I see commercials on TV for it on occation.
Perhaps considering the above, reading a paper book is better for sleep than a LED back lit book.
Libraries use dark walls, often kind of a dark green so low illumination from a bedside incadescent lamp makes the page of a paper book easier to read.
With houshold LED lamps the spectrum of lamps may be more important than it was previously - certianly before with incandecentent lamps or candels
17 hours ago