Writers have their own preference when it comes to the best time to write their book. They feel that they are more productive at certain times of the day than at night, or vice versa. Research had shown the advantages of writing in the morning. Yet, for some writers, they still prefer to work at night. If you are still waiting for the perfect time to write then, this article might help you decide.
According to research, there are optimal times of the day to perform certain activities. The human body’s productivity rotates expansively. It is not random and not a matter of preference either. The best time to write based on science is first thing in the morning before you’ve eaten your breakfast or do other things. And here are the reasons:
Despite these research findings, some writers still believe that the wee hours of the night is the best time to write because it’s absolutely devoid of distractions. You have done with your chores for the day so you don’t have to worry about them anymore. Also, you would already have a collection of inspiration and ideas for your book gathered from doing your to-do lists.
Author Ron Friedman said that being a little tired can in fact, enhance a person’s creativity. The critical part of the brain shuts down when you’re slightly fatigued which can work to your advantage. You can get crazy ideas that you will not dismiss easily as you don’t have the willpower to challenge them. A tired brain can actually encourage the flow of more creative juices.
Yet, if you’re a person who have limited time to write because of your other commitments, here are some tips for you.
Writing in the Morning:
Learn your writing rhythms. The best time to write is when you’re at your most creative state. Yet, if you are constraint to do it at your preferred time, you can still make any writing time work for you. Just make it a habit. Good habits lead to more productivity in writing and will help you complete your book.
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