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?
If I'm working on a new hub, I tend to work best early in the morning. When I'm working on a novel, I seem to work better in the evening. I'm not sure why I have different times for different types of writing.
My times vary from day to day. It just depends on my mood, what needs done, how well I can concentrate.
I am most productive at night. During the day I am more likely to get distracted or lack motivation.
When there is something heavy on my heart that just can not be explained as well in person. Journaling also is where some of my better writings seem to flourish from
For me it was always early in the morning. I do a lot of waiting where I work, so I have some chances to write there and the morning shifts were always the most productive. I hope one day to get that back because I'm on a second shift schedule now. I still get stuff done, but it feels like I'm a snail now.
I find I'm most productive with writing early in the morning, especially during the week when I have to work my full-time phone job.
Definitely at night. I also now have a dedicated workspace that's my combination office and jewelry studio. No one comes into this place unless I expressly invite them, and I can barely even hear outside noises. With this space, I can be as productive during the day as I am during most nights. That said, night is ALWAYS effortless for me, and I'm always sad to stop and go to bed just because the kids will be up in a few hours.
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by Anna Haven 5 years ago
Are you are morning or night writer or nomadic about it?Is there a specific time of day when you usually prefer to write or is it just when the mood takes you?
by lex123 6 years ago
What is your best productive time for writing? e.g. early morning, late night, etc.
by Kieron Walker 7 years ago
Are you more productive early in the morning or late at night?
by Marilyn L Davis 3 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 schoolgirlforreal 6 years ago
It was for me, for years, the middle of the night.But not so now.What about you?
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