The woman behind the blog Fat Girl Running dishes on her favorite time of day.
At night the morning person may want to go to bed early and not be in the mood for conversation. Whereas the night person may be eager to stay up late and eager for conversation. In the morning, the morning person's being awake, busy around the house, and being cheerful may annoy the night person, who either wants to sleep later or is awake but wants peace and quiet.
Scientists isolate the genes associated with "morningness."
Research shows successful people do all kinds of stuff in the morning. They meditate. They do rooftop yoga wearing only socks. They make their families four-course breakfasts with homemade granola and spend time really getting to know one another. Then there are the rest of us.
I love the quiet mornings. And on the weekends, especially in the summer, I love the pace at which the house wakes up.
You take your day to bed with you every night. Make sure it's company that will help you wake refreshed.
"Accept that you’re not a morning person, and focus on the things you can do," said Baron. "Add some things into your morning
As a night owl myself, I've noticed how my moods are sometimes affected the later I stay up. Nights can be exciting moments of creativity or a depressing slog into the next day. I wanted to find out -- what can I do to be a happy night owl?
Starting your day with calmness, mindfulness and gratitude will set the tone for the rest of your day. The morning can become a time you enjoy, but in order for that to happen you need to make it a time you look forward to by changing your activities and approach.