At what time do you start rocking you day?
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“An early start also opens space in your day for rest and allows you to establish a clean division between working and resting time. One should ‘either work all out or rest completely,’ Cambridge mathematician John Littlewood advised. Even for people whose minds naturally gravitate to their work, having clear boundaries between periods of work and rest allows them to get more from each. ‘It is too easy, when rather tired, to fritter a whole day away with the intention of working but never getting properly down to it,’ Littlewood said. ‘This is pure waste, nothing is done, and you have had no rest or relaxation.’ Virtually every prolific author and scientist would agree. A day that starts with work creates rest that can be enjoyed without guilt. When you start early, the rest you take is the rest you’ve earned.” (Alex Soojung-Kim Pang)
If this is your cuppa tea then...
When’s a good time to start?
When’s a good time to unplug?
When’s a good time to repeat?
Find your rhythms…