At night when my kids are in bed and my twin sister and I are up on our computers and listening to smooth jazz.
In the evenings after work. When I have the opportunity to relax and reflect on the things that happened during the day.
At night after dinner when usually I write and read, sometimes I listen music with my wife. And on holidays when I play with my son.
Whenever I don't worry about the world or anything else and just live in the moment
I am in the best mood when I get done work and go see my fiance. No matter what kind of day I am having. Seeing his face just turns it around. It is corney yes, but it's who I am. heh
When it is warm and sunny outside, the doors are left open and my friends and family come over for a cookout. The music is up loud while the adults sit outside at the table playing dominoes, yahtzee or poker. Drink a few beers, tell some jokes and watch the kids run around with the dogs.
I'm usually in a great mood after a moderate workout.
After eating sweet food, (I don't normally eat a lot of sweet food.)
After drinking some green tea.
After a good night sleep.
Late morning or early afternoon when all the chores are done and I can relax....
Whenever I'm painting during a rainstorm with some candles lit and some R & B music playing.
I am in my best mood when I am all caught up with the things I need to do and it all starts with a freshly clean space to work in. Then of course, its when I get that time to read and write
Morning is my best time. I usually wake right up and have more energy and personality than later in the day.
When the stress of the world is off you and, when you can do what ya want
I've noticed, half way through my first cup of white tea. I've had time to reflect on things with a point not to focus on negativity. And, I am ready to take on the world.
When I am with my girlfriend. It really best time for me.
I'm in my best mood after great sex, great rest, a great meal, a great laugh, and/or a great movie!
Usually in the morning when I'm running, then writing, then I'm off to work which I'm still in a good mood, but would rather be at home writing. But I'd have to say mornings and then late at night, I think I like that fact that there are not a lot of people around early mornings and late evenings, a different kind of energy that I enjoy.
by LoganG 4 years ago
How do you spend your evening free time?Maybe you live alone or are in a distance relationship. Or the rest of your family/roommates aren't around that much. But after work/school you get home and usually have no required way to spend your time. How do you fill your evenings?
by BlissfulWriter 6 years ago
Do you write better in the mornings or evenings?
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.
by lee 8 years ago
I usually write during the day and at weekends,cant write in the evenings as i get easily distracted ie telly, xbox etc.Just interested as to what part of the day you guys and gals like to write.
by deergha 5 years ago
If you are in a bad mood, do you prefer to be alone?Or you believe in discussing it with near one to get relieved and freshen up?
by Elayne 4 years ago
How do you get yourself out of a bad mood?
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