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Do You Really Need to Get Up Early to Write?

The Role of Sleep in Creativity

I’m a little tired of reading about successful people who rise and write for hours before daybreak. How about you?

I’m filled with admiration for their work ethic and discipline. But it’s not my process, nor is it necessarily yours. And for reasons grounded in neuroscience, waking early to write might work…




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Anne Janzer

Anne Janzer

Author, Writing Coach, Unapologetic Nonfiction Geek. Writing about Writing Itself (very meta).

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