What is your best productive time for writing? e.g. early morning, late night, etc.
Everyone is different, I have days where I am more productive in the morning and others days in the evening. No hard or fast rule.
Hands down for me it late at night when everyone is asleep and I am left to think about who I am. When I am forced to look at myself with the eyes of judge, jury, and executioner. That's when I find I write my best.
inspiration comes at all times of day and night. Sometimes I despair of ever making a good point. Then suddenly it rushes out, surprising me with its effectiveness. I have made a habit of jotting thoughts down immediately, then going back and refining them, generally in the wee hours of the morning.
I love writing in the early morning. I feel like I've had bit of a writing lull ever since I started working night shift. Something about my morning time being at night doesn't leave me feeling as productive as I normally would.
Afternoons are good for me, if I quit my job a little earlier in the day. I don't think I've written any hub in the morning.
I am generally at my writing best after 10 p.m. The silence of the night gives me fresh energy and I work peacefully for about 2 to 3 hours. Daytime is generally very busy because I am a caregiver for my mother, so I hardly get to sit at my desk continuously.
This is why I choose the night hours to work without any interruption.
Early morning, but basically any time I can get some peace and quiet.
Usually my most productive time is late at night when everyone is asleep. It is often difficult for me to get my train of thought back if I am interrupted--that has caused quite a few half-written and unpublished hubs!
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 Marilyn L Davis 4 years ago
When is your most productive time to write and describe why?Although answered about 17 months ago, I am asking again because I think it broadens our awareness of the benefits and drawbacks for choosing - "early morning when I'm fresh", or "late at night when the family is quiet."
by Christy Birmingham 6 years ago
Do you have a specific time of day that you write hubs?My times vary, sometimes in the morning or late at night... when I get an idea I often go with it. What about you?
by Steve Witschel 5 years ago
When do you find you are most productive with writing?I end to work best late at night or early in the morning when it's quiet and there is nobody else around. Do you find the same to be true, or is there a particular schedule that you follow?
by Cactrot 8 years ago
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by Jennifer Arnett 4 years ago
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