Early Birds vs. Night Owls: When's the Best Time of Day to Write? [Infographic]

October 10, 2016 Sophia Bernazzani

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While many people dread the sound of their morning alarman early start to the day could actually be the best thing for your writing. 

To shed some light on this concept, the folks at Grammarly analyzed over one billion words corrected with the help of their writing app, and gathered some fascinating insights about how time of day impacts writing ability.

Here are just a few of their findings:

  • Misspelled words made up more than half of all email-writing mistakes. 
  • Writers were three times as likely to make spelling and grammar errors in social media posts compared to any other type of writing.
  • Apostrophe mistakes were the most common.

Do you notice yourself making more writing errors at a certain time of day? Check out the full infographic below to learn more about the rest of their observations.

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