In this world of selfies I make data selfies. I documented my daily routine and weekly goals for 38 weeks and how I have some data to make conclusions on.
According to my own observations of myself the earlier I wake up and start working, the more weekly goals I achieve. Starting the work at 10 a.m. yields better results than at 9 a.m., but there were only 3 weeks when I woke up so late on average and even those were affected by a single day when I slept until noon after some kind of all-night activity.
When I wake up early my body and mind are ready to work at once – I’m definitely not an owl.
What: Weekly average time of starting to work, and the proportion of weekly goals achieved. Time is binned into intervals by 1 hour, and the proportion is averaged.
When: 38 weeks during 2019 and 2020
My real goal here was to draw really “creative” chart even if it is hard to read.