When’s the best time to write? That depends on one thing: YOU! Fighting your body’s natural biorhythm is a recipe for disaster.
By disaster, I mean: depression, anxiety, procrastination, fogginess, and all the other juicy goodies awarded with sleep deprivation.
When you study the data, you’ll quickly find that not all great writers rise at 4 or 5 AM to work. Looking closely at their routines, productive writers align themselves with their body’s natural sleep schedule (called a chronotype) and capitalize on the peaks and valleys.Read More