You could be busy and have something to do with every hour of your day, but there are likely ways to make some of those hours more productive. There are several reasons I don’t even think about working on any major projects if it isn’t during my most productive hours of the day.
For starters you need to know whether you’re a night owl or an early bird. Most people are one or the other, but some individuals are a solid mix of both. Personally I am more of a night owl than a morning person. I can be wide awake and ready to go at four of five am, but I can promise you I won’t be the most focused or produce my best quality of work before noon. My highest quality productive hours in a day are actually between 3pm and 2am. I can even give you a fake smile that looks real all morning, but that smile isn’t genuine until 1pm.
If I sit down to work on anything major first thing in the morning especially with writing I will end up doing warm up activities until the afternoon. right now you should be thinking something along the lines of” well that sounds like a complete waste of time”. You’re right and I completely agree with you. That’s why I do my physio and weights first thing, I know i’m not cutting into productive hours of the day so I can take my time and do as much or as little as I want. Today for example I was fighting off a three and a half day migraine so after throwing up a few times this morning I meditated for 4 hours up until noon when I started to catch up on typing. I took the time I needed in the morning to still have a productive evening/afternoon.