Yes. I have always been quite lucky in life I think. I have never been a miserable or morose person.
Do you think that has an influence then on…?
On my sleep.
Yes, or a perspective on life?
I don’t know what it is. Probably, I’m not a person that, I don’t really have much of a conscience.
But your attitude?
I don’t worry at night about what I’ve done very often. I did when I was younger I think at work but I think you get possibly either more confident or more blasé as you get older.
So that’s interesting. So when you were younger you used to worry about work?
I guess you are more ambitious when you are younger as well. And you get more sanguine towards the end. Although I worked in the same job for a long time. It sounds really boring but I loved it, and I never really drove myself once I got this job to anything else. I guess I just sat around and enjoyed my life. I have had a good life I must admit. Not particularly affluent, but comfortable and I guess I’m quite a, you know, satisfied person.
So that might link into it, if you had periods when you were worried about your job and those were periods when you slept less well?
Yes, but it’s very marginal Sue to be honest. I am not a great worrier in general terms. I am not a moaner. If I have got something to worry about it does keep me awake actually but then I don’t worry about it that long.
Because equally you said to me it’s not so much worries that are keeping you awake but the things that might keep awake are things that you might have to do rather than things you worry about?
Things I have forgotten like, generally, yes.