Most of us have day jobs so it’s a little harder to not be working during set hours. But as more and more businesses are moving towards flexible work hours and many of us are working for ourselves, it’s becoming easier to work and be creative on your own time. Or on your own schedule. For me I find myself working a lot of the time at night. I got used to it when I was moonlighting on the side and it’s the time where I find myself being the most creative and able to focus on what needs to get done. Typically working until I fall asleep at the keyboard or know that getting some sleep is a better option then another pot of coffee. I’m not going to sleep just because the clock says I should. I’m going to sleep when I’m tired. If I’m more tired one day then maybe I go to bed early that day. Being flexible with my time and schedule is a perk and option I have right now and I’m taking advantage of it. But you have to find the schedule that works for you, your body and your creative mind. After all inspiration can strike you at any time of the day or night and anywhere. So don’t just limit yourself to working those typical work hours, you may be limiting your potential.