Do you perform your best in the mornings, afternoons, or late at night?
It depends on what the subject matter is. Some thngs I perform very well first thing in the morning. Oher things are better for me late at night. I can't answer this completely unless the question was more specific.
Oh, DEFINITELY MORNING! Without a doubt! Like the CInderella story, I basically turn into a "pumpkin" as night wears on.
I can do ANYTHING in the morning! After a good night's sleep (I am up 5 a.m.), my bath, walk and coffee, I'm on a roll.
I never turn on the television during the day.
Writing is my Number One priority. I sit with coffee and write, edit or type on the computer. My muse is the best in the early morning hours.
I also make sure I get laundry, ironing and cleaning done in the morning. Sometimes I'll prepare a meal for when my husband gets home from work.
Afternoons are for errands.
My husband leaves for work 4:30 a.m. so we are both tired in the evening. That is when we turn on the television with our supper and watch a couple shows that have been programmed on the DVR.
Thank you for this question, LailaK! Blessings, Sparklea
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