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Week 12 of 12

jpl205 commits to:
being in bed before Kate goes to sleep, unless:

return home += 20.30 -- must be in bed by 1.5 hours after returning home, or if I cannot provide proof of time returned, must be by 00:30.

Incentive for not missing more than 4 nights:

keep birthday money and spend how I wish.

Penalties:

1st Night Failure: Lose £20
2nd Night Failure: Lose £40
3rd Night Failure: Lose £60
4th Night Failure: Lose £60
5th Night Failure/have lied to referee: Lose Birthday Money!

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jal55
jal55
July 17, 2018, 7:51 PM
Just wrote a complicated reply and then lost it because session timed out!
Agree this might be too complicated although if you need every detail spelt out it's probably okay (although why mention GMT? - we're now in BST. Just say a time and it will be correct for whatever time zone you are in).
However, if you need something simpler which still gives structure, what about saying be in bed and ready to sleep by 11.30 and have at least 8 hours sleep. If you need to do other things like eat earlier if you are going out, that can fit into either plan.
We wonder if sleeptown is a good idea if we you are supposed to be winding down to sleep (though realise we don't know what it is). Does it have to be before 11pm to fit the plan?

And if you are looking for a penalty which is not financial, what about feeding and cleaning out the chickens? If it's something like that which also helps Kate, so much the better.
jpl205
jpl205
July 16, 2018, 4:38 PM
Now that I have a new job with regular hours, we are modifying the sleep contract.

MODIFIED SLEEPING CONTRACT

The following shall be in force 5 days per week, normally Sunday to Thursday, and is subject to General Exceptions.

1A After 23:00 GMT, John is prohibited from using mobile phones, TVs, laptops or similar devices.

1B John must provide sufficient evidence of not using his mobile phone. Sufficient evident includes having successfully built a house on the app called ‘SleepTown’. Failure to provide sufficient evidence will result in 1 warning. Further failure to provide sufficient evidence will be considered a breach of contract.

2A After 23:15 GMT, John is only permitted to get ready for bed and feed the cats.

2B Doing any other activity will be considered a breach of contract unless an exception is agreed by Kate Fuller. Any exceptions must be noted in the contract under 2.c.

2C Clause 2A exception(s):

None.

DEFINITIONS:

- ‘get ready for bed’ includes cleaning teeth, doing 5 minute journal, brushing hair, showering, getting a glass of water

GENERAL EXCEPTIONS:

i. If I arrive home after 21:30 then the time in clause 1 equals an hour and a half after I have arrived home. I must provide evidence of when I have arrived home if there are no witnesses.
ii. If I am on holiday I am exempt from this contract.
iii. Emergencies. Must be considered an emergency by Kate Fuller.
v. Having friends over.
jal55
jal55
June 10, 2018, 10:45 PM
Any more news / progress?
jal55
jal55
May 17, 2018, 11:09 PM
Amendment sounds very sensible and it’s great that you managed 6 nights! Keep at it.... xx
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