Senior year was jam packed with responsibilities. These responsibilities took their toll on me in several different ways but the one I noticed the most was sleep deprivation. It seemed like every day, every week; I got less and less sleep with no chance to make it up. I decided to tabulate data from my sleep. For thirty-one days I charted my sleeping patterns. Each night and each morning collecting data on that night’s slumbers. The data included total number of hours slept, quality of sleep, start and stop time, what I wore to bed, and the mood I woke up in. The following pieces are a representation of that data and how one might influence the other.