- 8 a.m. Write upbeat tweets. [No thanks.]
- 9 a.m. High energy and clarity; have difficult talks now. [No thanks. Use that energy ]
- 10 a.m. Do cognitive work. Working memory and concentration tend to peak mid-morning. [Good writing time!]
- 2 p.m. Take a short nap. Sleepiness hits its peak. [Don't we wish we could all do this?]
- 4 p.m. Do physical work. Eye-hand coordination rises in late afternoon.
- 5 p.m. Work out. Muscle strength and flexibility rises later in the day.
- 9 p.m. Work creatively. People's freshest, most original thinking may occur at non-peak times of the day, which for most people is evening. Fatigue may lower inhibitions and open the mind to offbeat ideas and solutions. [Finally a research finding that confirms what I've experienced for years.]
Here's a writing inspiration post from Inside Higher Ed.
This is fascinating, and justifies me.
Thanks, Z! It justifies me, too.
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