Re: Anyone Here Work "Grave Yard" Over Night Shift?
In my line of work, you might do an overnighter, grab a bit of sleep, then get an afternoon pickup going about 400 miles and be done by 10pm. Then you go to bed, sleep all night, get up in the morning, and you don't find a load until 7pm and you have to drive all night for a morning delivery. Then you might go 3 or 4 days with daytime runs. You don't really settle into one routine. You learn to get your sleep when you can and in all times during the day or night. When I decide to sleep, it doesn't matter if it's light out or dark or how much noise there is. I just drop off like flipping a switch and when I get up I'm ready to roll.