objectivityofcontradiction Posted December 27, 2013 Share Posted December 27, 2013 A book has recently come out titled "Daily Rituals," by Mason Currey. It offers short, snappy, and detailed descriptions of the work habits of some of history's great artists, composers, writers, philosophers, etc. It is an awesome read. If you are like me and are constantly interested in how your fellow grads work, what their writing and reading habits are, etc., then I highly recommend it. Anyways, FWIW, I write in the afternoon. I have friends who say that if they have not completed any work by noon they are screwed and can't do anything with the rest of their day. For me, I like to write between 2-7pm. I often hear others claim that it is best to write in the morning because despite feeling groggy, one's mind is actually quite clear and therefore the ideas flow better in the morning. But that is not how it works for me. Any one want to share their habits? Sigaba, sciencem and gellert 3 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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