At what time are you most creative, morning, afternoon or night?
In my case, I am most creative only in the early morning hours during which a calm atmosphere and a fresh mind compliment each other.
I am a morning person and love the mornings - but I find I tend to be more creative about the time I should go to bed--midnight. New ideas pop up and I get excited about them and can't fall asleep!
by Caroline Marie 6 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 Davinagirl3 9 years ago
I'm a nighttime girl, but I have noticed men like to do it in the morning. Is it an "energy" thing?
by BlissfulWriter 6 years ago
Do you write better in the mornings or evenings?
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 CraftytotheCore 5 years ago
Why is it all summer I want to sleep longer hours?First chilly day today and I'm up at 4 a.m. Not a bad thing. I am a morning person. I get a lot done in the early morning hours. It's just odd to me. Is the cold air the culprit?
by LailaK 6 years ago
Do you perform your best in the mornings, afternoons, or late at night?
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