The (Potential) Cost Of Not Being A Morning Person
Megan Reynolds

I gave up this fight long ago. Now I just know when my naturally productive times are and try to keep those free for real work. I save tedious-but-necessary busywork (emails, admin stuff, meetings, sometimes errands/appointments) for my less productive daytime hours.

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