Since Wednesday, I have been hosting the Morning Rollout for Clay and I have complied my observations to give you a behind the scenes look into my world.  I absolutely love doing the #2TO6FIX but getting off of work early is the perk of doing the morning show. 

I've observed a few things that I want to share with you so you can feel the grind of being on the radio super early in the morning.

  • Flint stays sleepy. The phone calls are a lot more lively in the afternoon.
  • Coffee is always readily available. That makes it hard to try to switch to tea, like I tried to.
  • Clay Church is superhuman. He must go to bed earlier than a five year old.
  • The streets of Flint are completely empty at 5 in the morning.
  • Facebook never sleeps. I always see people who are active on Facebook at five or six o'clock in the morning.
  • My show is totally different. In the morning, I do The Mill, where we talk about celebrity news more frequent.
  • The morning is perfect for high-end energy. Slow songs make me want to pour coffee in my eyes and walk away.
  • The office is a LOT more antisocial in the morning. When people start coming into the office at around 8 o'clock, we can talk. But no one else here in the office at five o'clock feels like talking.

As you see, being a morning show host can be a struggle.  If you're not a morning person, do not attempt this feet.  I can not wait to get back to the listeners of the #2TO6FIX.  After going through a couple observations of mine, do you think you could host the Morning Rollout?  Leave your thoughts in the comment section below.