Are you a better writer in the morning or at night?
Despite what you may think (or how much more work you may accomplish)
during the late evening hours (from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m.), research shows that
you are probably doing your prose a disservice.
A Grammarly study analyzed emails, social media posts and blogs and
compared morning writing (from 4 a.m. to 8 a.m.) to nighttime writing. The
findings showed that night owls made more mistakes.
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Overall, morning writers made 13.8 mistakes per 100 words, and night
writers made 17 mistakes per 100 words.
For more on the study and a breakdown of writing types, check out
Grammarly’s infographic below.
What do you think of the study’s findings?