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writer in his bedWhat is the best time to write? It depends. Some writers thrive when they write at night, and other writers thrive when they write in the morning, while others say they feel good writing at any time. The main point is that you should find what time is best for you to write.

Morning writers usually wake up between 4 a.m. and 6 a.m., before the surrounding world gets busy. Many great writers are insurance agents, doctors, lawyers, and such. They have to find a time to write before their families, work, and other elements of their life do not allow them to write. The idea that a writer is a bohemian who doesn’t have any work outside writing is majorly false. Most writers have to struggle to find time to write and to edit their work.

Night writers are those that enjoy the quiet and slight delirium of night. The quiet of night is easily understood, but when I say delirium, I mean that at night we are usually tired from the day and our exhaustion can lend to some interesting ideas—though they may not be entirely balanced. Though being a night writer is not as healthy as being a morning writer, some writers are not morning people.

If you are lucky enough to not work during the day, you can wake up late and write throughout the day at your own pace. Most writers work in sessions, writing for two hours, for example, and then taking a break to write for two more hours at a later time—and this cycle continues throughout the day.

Try writing in the morning, at night, or throughout the day if you have that luxury. See what seems more natural for you and what works best for you.

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