Are you more productive early in the morning or late at night?
I would say I am more productive late at night, just because that it when I feel most awake. I am able to get things done at night because I have no desire to go to sleep, but when I wake up in the morning I am groggy and more likely to go back to sleep if I don't have something I need to do (like work).
Definitely late at night. I'm a night owl so that's when I'm more awake and more creative. I'm way to droggy in the mornings!
by Debby Bruck 3 years ago
What time does everyone consider late at night?Just a silly question about the relationship of time. Do you consider 9PM late and must get to sleep? What about 11PM? When the clock strikes midnight? Or even later than that?
by Caroline Marie 7 years ago
What is your favorite time of day or night to write?Is there a certain time of day when the words flow better for you? Mine is usually sunrise or sunset or really late at night.
by CZCZCZ 6 years ago
What is the best / healthy snack to eat late at night?It is known eating late at night is not good but if you are really feeling hungry what is a good snack to have that is healthy?
by Linda Bilyeu 4 years ago
Are you an early bird or a night owl?I've always been an early bird. There's just something I've always enjoyed about waking up before daylight and witnessing a sunrise. How about you? Why are you a night owl or early bird?
by seicheprey 7 years ago
So, evidently this was booted off the questions, and thus I repeat it here: does anyone else get up in the middle of the night to write?
by elisabeth reid 8 years ago
I don't just mean hubpages, though that counts, too. I mean when you feel that creative urge and you want to sit down and let the language flow until something beautiful comes out, whether it's a short story, a bit of a novel, a poem or, yes, a hub.
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