SleepHabits“Over the years,” Marla Popova writes, “in my endless fascination with daily routines, I found myself especially intrigued by successful writers’ sleep habits — after all, it’s been argued that “sleep is the best (and easiest) creative aphrodisiac” and science tells us that it impacts everything from our moods to our brain development to our every waking moment. I found myself wondering whether there might be a correlation between sleep habits and literary productivity.”

Check out the rest of her article Famous Writers’ Sleep Habits vs Literary Productivity, Visualized, and view the infographic on nearly 40 great writers’ sleep habits and productivity. You’ll notice that in general, “late risers seem to produce more works but win fewer awards than early birds.” Never to worry though; it’s a correlation, not a causal relationship.

 


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