What’s the most enjoyable hour of your typical weekday?

This is another one of those blogging suggestions from WordPress.

During the semester, my favorite time is when I arrive at my office two hours before class, check my blog, go over the class plan, have a coffee. The campus is usually still very quiet and empty. This is the time when I can sit back, relax and contemplate the great fortune of loving my work the way I do.

During the holidays, the best moment of the day is early in the morning when I breathe in the fresh morning air and open the document I’m working on.

So in both cases, I guess the most enjoyable moment is right before I begin working. The hour right after (the classes or the writing sessions) is the one when I feel most satisfied and kind of self-righteous.

What about you?

2 thoughts on “What’s the most enjoyable hour of your typical weekday?”

  1. right now, usually very early morning, while everyone else is asleep, and I’m up drinking coffee, checking the interwebs, maybe writing if the spirit moves. There is very little alone time in my life these days, and I need a lot of it.


  2. I enjoy the early mornings too. I get into the lab about an hour before anyone else at all and two hours before most. I put some decent music on and get stuff done before everyone else gets there.
    Sometimes I also enjoy the evenings, once most people have left. If I’m just tidying and finishing things, I’ll put some music on and almost dance around the lab. I enjoy the feeling of putting away all the things I needed to accomplish a lot during the day. 😀


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