Since I retired, I just sleep when I want to. If that involves an afternoon nap, so be it!
Me too, except I can't usually nap in the day (I would if I could, though). With me, it's a lie in, after a very late night. I can't sleep if I go to bed early, and sooner or later it catches up with me and I sleep all morning.
That's fine by me - obviously if I have an appointment I set the alarm and get up tired but in time, and it's fine with my husband as we aren't joined at the hip. I do get comments from others sometimes, about 'teenage sleep', or little digs about there being no point in ringing me in the morning. No, there's not - I won't answer, but equally, I wouldn't expect anyone else to pick up the phone if I called them at 2.00am.
The way I see it, we spend so long having to work against our body clock (unless we are lucky enough to be in tune with the 9-5) going to work, getting children to school etc, so when we reach an age where we can please ourselves, why shouldn't we do so?
My mum goes to bed early, purely so she doesn't 'sleep in' in the morning. She enjoys watching TV, and there are things she likes to watch in the evenings, when she's in bed; but not in the morning when she is up, showered and dressed with nothing to do. She disapproves of my dissolute ways .