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    The Wall Street Journal says that 4 A.M. might be the most productive time of the day. Do you have a certain....

    time, that you consider yourself to be most productive? https://www.inc.com/jeff-haden/how-to-turn-yourself-into-a-morning-person-backed-by-science.html?utm_source=pocket-newtab

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    ....anytime after a nap

    When I accomplish the most depends on my circumstances.  If I go to bed early and wake up early, I'm most productive in the mornings.   If I go to bed late and wake up late, I'm most productive in the afternoon or early evening.


     


    I tend to enjoy organizing and cleaning late at night during the summertime.

    Clonge

    I know that latitude-wise, the sun sets later this time of year where you are. Around what time does the sun set now?
    country bumpkin

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    I don't stare out the window to see when it gets dark. LOL
    Somewhere around 9pm-ish. Of course, it seems to become dark earlier when it's cloudy and raining.

    If it's something that I need to concentrate on, my brain works best in the morning. If it's just something mindless, then any time of the day until late afternoon. I'm totally useless after I eat supper. 

    Mid morning, after a coffee break.

    I'm not sure when, but I do know it ain't 4 frickin Am...there better be plenty of coffee that early..



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