The WSJ reports on our internal body clock and finds 'The Peak Time for Everything.' Here are the highlights:
8am: Get Positive on Twitter
"The best time to write upbeat tweets as Twitter users tend to be in an energetic mood."
9am: Have Hard Conversations
"Difficult conversations are usually best undertaken at times of high energy...for most people, in the morning."
"Working memory and concentration tend to peak in mid- to late morning."
2pm: Take a Nap
"Sleepiness hits its daytime peak just as post mealtime drowsiness set in."
4pm: Do Physical Work
"Eye-hand coordination tends to rise in the late afternoon."
5pm: Work Out or Get Your Yoga On!
"Lungs function 18% better at 5pm than at midday. Muscle strength and flexibility tend to peak late in the day."
9pm: Get Creative
The most "original thinking may occur at non-peak times of the day, which for most adults is evening."
What do you think?