Either personally or professionally, we all wish there were more hours in every day so we can do all those fun or important things we want to see done. Since that’s something that is not likely to happen, the best option for us all is to make a schedule that organizes all those things into the best possible day.
That is something that seems to be easier said than done, though. Adding everything you want to get done to a calendar is not the most effective way to get yourself a working schedule, because you might end up with either too much or…actually just too much. Maybe you do get it to be just the right amount of tasks, just not in the most efficient order.
If you’re still stuck in a situation like this, this infographic is for you. These are the best times—backed up by science—for you to plan a professional schedule for your job or project. If it works to appease your boss, it can do wonders on your personal life! For example, did you know that you should try sending your emails (or set your emails to be sent) at 7 a.m., or that 1:00 is the perfect time to take lunch? And remember how important it is not to skip it!