What time do you work on your side project?

How to Make Time to Work on Side Hustle

Trust me, I get it.

Making time for your side project can be extremely difficult. We all have so many important activities competing for our limited amount of time outside of work each week.

Full-time job, family, socializing, commute, exercise, meal prep, hobbies, relaxation, having fun, the list goes on.

Here’s where I need your help…

I’m one of those crazy ass morning people.

Not afraid to wake up at 4:30am to get started on my side projects (like this blog).

However, in the years I’ve been running this blog, speaking with readers like you and working with students in my courses, I’ve learned that 4:30am isn’t for everyone. Not like that took a rocket scientist to figure out.

Some of us are just wired differently. So the time of day that’s best for me to work on my side hustle, may not be as great for you.

On the other hand, many people simply lack proper motivation—and therefore come up with excuses for why they don’t have time instead of being a force of change that has the power to create the time.

That’s why I’m doing a little experiment…

I want to know, what time of day do you work on your side project?

Over on Twitter, the consensus looks like evenings and nights after work…

Is that true?

Last week, I heard from several of you.

Like Michael, one of my course students who prefers working on his blog after work during the evenings—why? He’s not a morning person. Outside of the hours he spends at his full-time gig, the evenings are when he works best, so he embraces that.

How to Make Time for Your Side Hustle Michael

Paula gets her side hustle time in during the mornings before work.

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And Ian manages to (somehow) squeeze in time for his side hustle in the mornings, during lunch AND evenings after work. What!

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I’ve heard back from dozens of readers, but I need more data for this experiment.

I want to hear from you.

Share with me in the comments below answering these two questions.

1. What time of day do you work on your side project? 

  • Mornings before work?
  • Evenings after work?
  • Late nights?
  • During lunchtime?
  • Weekends only?

(Bonus points for listing specific hour ranges, like 8pm—10pm or 6am—9am).

And

2. Why?

Is it out of necessity from your work schedule?

Because of family commitments?

Is that the time of day you’re mentally at your best?

Comment below telling me what time of day you work on your side projects and why.

I’ll include you in my upcoming study and you’ll be the first to get updates on our findings!

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About The Author

Ryan Robinson

Entrepreneur, writer, and content marketer. Join me here, on ryrob.com and learn how to start a business while working full-time. Follow me on Twitter.

88 Comments

  • Angelica D

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    Great post! I work on it all the time now. I am now looking for a full-time job in Web development. Thanks!

    • Ernie

      Reply Reply April 12, 2017

      I work on mine before work 5:45am until 7:00am and then a little after work from 8pm to 9pm or when I fall asleep. Weekends I tend to save for family things, but catch myself always tinkering with my project, twerking, and just pondering how to increase profitability but not only financial profits but the whole enchilada.

    • Mendy

      Reply Reply April 12, 2017

      I attend to my side hustle in the evening after I have done my mommy duties and full time job duties. Btwn 9pm and 11pm

  • Garrett

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    I work on my side project during my day job lunch break, and after my day job in the evenings. I also work on it when I have some time during the weekend, and sometimes on weekday mornings if I wake up early enough.

  • Akash Chandekar

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    I start my day work on project from 9.30am to 5.30pm

  • Stuart Goulden

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    I have lots of side projects. Our co-working space (ACOLLECTIVE) was a before (7-9) and after work (6-10) activity, as well as many weekends, before it started it look after itself.

  • Alfredo aristy

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    Evening after work and sometimes Sundays

  • aayesha

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    during lunch time

  • Sylvie Leveiller

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    Awesome post! I try to use any free evening I can to work on freelance design work—usually from 5:00-9:00PM, with a quick dinner in between. There’s always something to do, whether it be working on creative, sending concepts to clients, trying to improve business-related documents, watching webinars, or catching up on some helpful blog posts. Weekends are also pretty productive for me, I try to put in another few hours when I can, usually first thing in the morning!

  • Becky Emily

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    I’m more productive late afternoon in projects after I have finished ad-hoc assignments, but if working as a team then I do more round-up checks in the morning to pickup what tasks have not been completed then follow up in the afternoon

  • Jennifer W

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    Occasional lunch breaks during the day at work, but usually between 8-9 p.m. weeknights because the kids have gone to bed and my hubby is playing video games. 10:30 is bedtime. I am just ramping up my new side hustle so within a month I’ll be doing more like 8-10 p.m. every night plus as many weekend hours as possible.

  • Minh

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    I work on my side project during lunch time and in the evening and some times at the weekend, when i have chance to wake up early in the morning.

  • Claire T

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    Work late in the evening and at night because I am a night owl. It is easier to focus at that time and sometimes I go to sleep at 4:00 a.m. … 🙂

  • Jane

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    I try to use my lunch break (noon ’til 13:00) during the working week. The main reason for this being that my line manager is off site for that hour.

    At weekends, I prefer to get up early to work on my side project. I’m at my most productive in the mornings so making a start at around 05:00 is perfect for me.

  • Benjamin Carlson

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    My co-founder is a night owl, and I’m an early bird. I’m a full-time single dad, so I try to get an hour in before my son gets up at 7am. I work from home for my day job, so I usually try to get some code in, or maybe test something over the lunch hour, then after my son is in bed around 8:30 or 9pm I get on Google Hangouts with my co-founder and we can discuss any urgent issues, new or potential customers, or delegate tasks. I usually work until around 10pm, sometimes 11pm or 12am depending on how much fun I’m having. So, 3-4 days/week I’m working on it for 2-4 hours, the weekends I usually don’t touch it. And once a week or so, I just sluff off, and read a book, or watch a movie.

  • At night after work when everyone is asleep and the house is quiet. This is my best time for a side hustle. I can focus better at this time.

  • Mekdes

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    Evenings after work and late nights

  • Tim Kilroy

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    I wake up at 5am to work away until 7 when the kids get up. On Saturdays and Sundays, I sleep in until 6, and work until 8:30. Once in a while, I have some energy after the kids go to bed, but not frequently.

  • Craig Tomera

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    Late evening most of the time. Sometimes early mornings before the workday gets started. It depends on when I can single out dedicated time to focus on the project.

  • Ritchie

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    Currently it’s all day long, but if I can, I prefer to focus on it early in the mornings before everybody wakes up. That’s the time when I am fresher. If I have lots of things to do, then also in the evenings. Weekends is a good time too.

  • Lisa S

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    Mornings before work, evenings after work, and I try to get an hour or two on Sundays as well. Evenings are my most productive time because I’m awake, so I try to work on clear, non-creative tasks in the mornings when I’m less awake.

  • Mike McRitchie

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    I work on my site business every evening from 1-4 hours and weekends 2-8 hours usually in the morning.

  • Prasad

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    I work on side projects mostly during evening or late night

  • Kareb

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    I’m currently not on full time employment so I have plenty of flexibility regarding private projects..

    However, I like getting up early, around 4 am and I normally go to bed at about 22hrs. My choice for when to carry out a given project depends on its importance, urgency, etc. If it’s very demanding, I prefer starting at about 5am to around 8am

  • Brian

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    Lunch break and evenings.

  • Vinayak

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    I am wotking in one private company as a receptionist since 5 year in bangalore india. where my salary is just u $.400 . I have very much pressure too due to my poor financial stage of my home as well as mine i am continued the same job.by the way i am seeking for best job or low invest small business if anybody have a good opportunity for for me kindly do contact me on ss follows,

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  • Kristi Bridges

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    I begin each morning whenever I wake up, looking at the topic I want to share in my evening video. At 5, I take a break from my job and spend an hour preparing for and posting the video. I might devote some additional time during the week, but I’m more productive on Saturday morning 9-1 and Sunday night 5-9.

  • Stephanie

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    I try to work on side projects in the morning before client work! I tend to be more focused in the morning, and know that I’m more likely to finish client work as opposed to mine in the time I work after dinner/leading up to bedtime.

  • Sonam Gupta

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    I work on my side project after work hours and before dinner/gym time, which is evening 4pm-7pm..and for about 6-8hrs on saturdays.
    No work on sundays – only family/leisure time.

  • Kristi Bridges

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    Forgot to add my Why: I work a demanding, creative job. By the time I finish work, take a walk and cook dinner, I don’t have much time or desire to stare at a screen again. I do try to listen to podcasts or use talk-to-text in Evernote while I cook, in order to build material for my books and blog.

  • Diana Murdock

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    The hours of my job is never the same on a daily basis. It can start at 5:00 am or start at 3:00 pm. It is a challenge to get a system down between that and being a single mom. But I make a list of doable actions that I can fit into whatever time I have during the day and work on that. I am overly optimistic so I usually end up carrying over the list to the next day, which creates an entirely new set of issues… But learning to focus on one project a day.

  • Princess

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    Evenings, beyond TV time, when it’s still and all are asleep. Around 22h00 – 02h00…

  • Katie Hart

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    I work on my side hustle in the evenings after my day job, since I’m a night owl and getting up at 7am for work is already far earlier than I’d like. I’m still very much in learning mode, and I generally read a couple industry articles over lunch most days. Friday and Saturday nights are my best times to work since I can stay up much later than usual – though if I’ve pulled some late nights over the week it all catches up with me on Friday!

  • Emily R.

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    Although I am not yet paid for it, I am a writer. I often think of ideas on my way to work, so usually I’m frantically typing in small breaks during the work day. Is it a great system? Probably not. But it is how I wrote my first book. It usually ends up being in the morning; that’s usually when I’m most inspired and fresh. After about 8pm I find it hard to function, and often my husband and I have plans in the evening or want to spend time together. So if I’m doing something creative in the evening it’s usually my calligraphy projects. I’m lucky to have a job where short breaks and a lunch hour are possible and acceptable.

  • LEVITICUS

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    As i work at home, i work during the day as well as at night when everyone in the house is asleep. During the day i usually allocate 1-2 hours when i am not doing other erands. However, during the weekend, i do most of the work that needs covering. The challenge though is that side projects tend to be at the back of the mind all the time. As a result, sometimes i find myself doing them any time of the day. However, it is more convinient to do them at night.

  • Keri Vandongen

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    I’ve come seeking inspiration, Ryan.
    How you come up with topics and projects that interest and engage your audience is inspiring.
    My side gig helping entrepreneurs is becoming more of a priority than my other two business ventures. Thus, I’d say all of the above.
    Great idea to ‘pick apart the exact strategies that help successful side hustlers get more done than the rest.’
    Hope you follow your own advice… reach out and have conversations to find out more, i.e.
    How draining is your ‘day job’ for taking up cognitive and emotional energy away from working on your business idea?
    What level of marketing and business understanding and experience do you already have?
    How are you marketing your side gig?
    How much time do you spend learning… your side biz, marketing, business, tech?
    Have you begun networking or enhancing your relationships?
    ~Keri

  • Mubashar Iqbal

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    I try and keep a pretty flexible schedule, so I do it when the mood is right, but typically 10pm-2am

  • Blen

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    I actually haven’t started yet. I’m doing some research on how to get started as a remote freelance designer, as to what the procedure should look like, where to get support if I have any questions about the project(flying solo, you don’t have that support), find a hub with lots of resources where designers connect.

  • Patrick Driscall

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    I get up for the day job at 5.45 so my best time for my project is evenings between 7.30 and 10.00. I also try to do stuff at weekends but balancing such work with spending quality time with my partner can be difficult..Would love more time and energy!

  • Hilda W.

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    There isn’t a specific time for me to get my “side hustle” on, because each second, minute, and hour in a 24 hour day can spark a thought which can transpire into an action causing a reaction in which I can be motivated to create or recreate an idea in which I can react to!

  • From Monday to Friday, I try to squeeze in two daily blocks of 1 hour each. 10-11 a.m. and 4-5 p.m. On weekends, the amount of time spent depends on my obligations to my family and on what I need to catch up on from the week before or prepare for the following week.

  • DECEJhoy

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    Yahho!Hi Ryan.I work on mine either around 9am-12midnight (to get exhausted with great ideas and have a great sleep) or at 2am-4am
    (to have a fresh mind, fresh ideas for a fresh start,like I’m doing now). Sometimes, I do work on it wholeday and overnight.Especially when I’m totally bored or stress out,to released enough tensions and pressures through doing something that in lined with my hobbies ,future plans, or anything that goes with creativity and Arts.My own way of self-meditation.That would be all ,Thanks Ry!

  • Randy George

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    From M-F it’s evenings after work from 7pm until 9 or 10pm. On weekends it’s typically in the mid or early afternoon and then again in the evening when nothing’s going on. Sometimes I work on it on Sundays because I’m relaxed but I try not to so I don’t form that habit.

  • Matt m

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    M-F 9-11 once kids have gone to bed, weekends whenever free time is available

  • Phillip Clayton

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    Hello Ryan.

    When I was at the ad agency I rarely had as side project, professionally anyway. However, I did make time for my fine art projects after work, say about 3 to 5 hours, sometimes more, all depended on my mood or what I was doing.

    I also had a personal brand I was building at the time which I dedicated time to, now that I have my own business it’s hard to say what my side projects are, as everything sort of became products of the business once it was done under the business name, separated from my clients or accounts.

    I try not to separate my projects since I went on my own, everything is as important to me as the next and everything requires time to dedicated to it.

    That being said, I would say i dedicate about 3 to 4 hours on average for my personal work and that all depends on how busy I ma with other clients as I like to get rid of my tasks before I tackle my own ideas, i am very passionate about my own ideas so I guess i look at it as work before play sort of thing, I don’t have a specific time of day.

    I should add that I get up at 6am and work all day, with moments of thinking time I call it, and I go to bed at 11:30 or 12 pm. I usually try not to do any work on weekends I use that time to reboot, so Friday maybe around midday or 3 pm I stop working and have a drink.

    Rest on the weekends, not sitting around dong nothing of course…just doing other things or relaxing my mind thinking about a lot of ideas or processing new information.

    So considering all that time, I usually take a break and do something different to keep the mind active and fresh, which could be my own projects or an entirely different idea.

    My apologies for the length, but I hope it helps, we all have different routines or approaches after all.

  • James

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    Only time i get is late in the evenings like at 9 or 10 pm

  • Andreas Dlamini

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    Hello Ryan

    I do my side business 2 hrs after work weekends and holidays

  • Filipa Silva

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    Evenings!I’m not a morning person and I get a lot of traffic jam in the morning commuting if I leave to work at normal hours. So I’d rather go to work early and leave earlier. I have more time in the evenings, when I’m more creative, and fell less time constraint.

  • Sandra

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    I split up my time like Ian. In the morning from 7:30 to 8:15 am I check my business email before I leave for work. If I get through the email, I review my schedule and what I need to do on my projects.

    During my lunch hour at work, I try to get one thing done like schedule social media posts or work on a proposal.

    In the evenings from about 8:00 to 11:00 pm, I work on my projects. Weekends are for updating financials and administrative tasks and developing new business development.

  • Adam

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    I work on side gigs during my lunch hour from 11:30-12:30 and sometimes in the early morning hours.

    I pick this time because mornings for me are mostly dedicated to exercise, planning, journaling, meditation, and getting five kids out the door for school. I work a full time job and spend family time and volunteer hours in the evenings and weekends.

  • Nicole

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    I work 5:30-5:30 3-4 days per week so I have 1-2 entire days to work on my own projects. I ‘sleep in’ on these days, waking up at 6 and putting in a solid 10 hours or more.

    I’m a morning person but can work anytime I have a few hours free.

    Weekends are for family, but I’ll sometimes do testing or admin work if my fiance is busy with something else too.

  • Sharon

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    I am a full time working mum of three so by the time my motherly duties are done side-hustling starts at 10pmish for me and normally ends between 1-2am. And also on the weekends when a good number of my orders come in. I bake and decorate cakes as a sideline business kind of thing which started as a hobby and is now practically getting me by when my salary just cant cut it. I live in the Solomon Islands and the standard of living is drastically high but the incentives dont really match up to it so a mum just gotta do what she can do. I really find your emails and surveys such an inspiring read. Although i dont participate in all your surveys I do enjoy receiving your updates.

    Sharon
    From the happy isles

  • Maximiliano Chiossi

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    I don’t have a fixed schedule, which is something I’m thinking I should do.
    When I work, it’s usually in the afternoons or nights, after my day job, of course.

  • Todd

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    I start anywhere from 8-9.30pm, sometimes later. Mostly i only work on it for an hour or so. I find my brain, for some weird reason, is in the perfect strategic mode at that time of night – trust me, it isnt always a good thing!

  • Brandon

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    When do I work? Usually about 2.5 hours total on weekdays 7-9pm and 5 hours total between Saturday and Sunday (Sundays are my most consistent couple of hours I get a week).

    When would I like to work? An hour a day before work (6-7am). Much less distracted time and then it’s done for the day. The problem is being on eastern time if there’s a sports game or anything I want to watch the night before, it can easily go until 11pm or midnight. That throws me off my schedule of getting up early. I go with evenings because I can be more consistent on fitting it in without getting thrown off the habit.

  • Brice

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    Like others, my options are limited due to kids, wife, and fulltime job. I’ll typically do short tasks like responding to customer emails in the evening/night, say after 9pm. If I need to really get some good work done, early morning, like you said, works best for me. If I plan out what I’m going to work on the night before, then get up at 3 or 4am, I can be super productive at that time. If the task at hand requires creativity, then I’ve found that a late night started off with a coffee and a beer seems to work well ☕️??.

  • Jonathan Starr

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    I work on my side gigs after work nearly every day. A lot of times I schedule meetings with clients or leads over lunch, so technically I am working then as well. If I am able to, I will work on my side gig in the morning before work…but I don’t always have the mental determination to get out of the bed every morning. Weekends also are a great time for me to get a lot of work done. My weekends do fill up quickly with life, but I try to get at minimum a couple of hours every weekend with a goal of 10 to 12 hours on the weekend.

  • mary mooney

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    I pretty much spend all my time that I am not working my real job…working on my business. I had to set some boundaries because I was living at my lap top…..now I force myself to go for walks and take breaks.

  • Jim

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    I work on my side business/brainstorming in the early evening hours or early mornings and part of the weekend.

  • Caty P.

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    Evenings!!

  • Rick

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    Side work is done in the evenings. Any direct work with customers is in the evening between about 6 and 8pm, and other work after my son is in bed, after 8:30 pm or so. Weekends can also be catch up time.

  • Vincent

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    I work on my projects between 4am to 7am,that’s when am sharp mentally, then commute to work to grab the day

  • Hamza

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    I work on my side hustle heavily on weekends, focusing on doing at least 6 of hours of work from early morning until early afternoon. That leaves time later to unwind and enjoy with family.

    During the weekdays, I work on the train ride into work as well as on the way back. At home, about an 1 or 2 tops after dinner.

  • Stacey

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    I wake up early and work on my side project from 7-10am, when I am the sharpest.

  • kimani

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    Mostly either early in the mornings when I wake up 0600 to 0700 and late night before I sleep. But mostly you are find me doing it during the day. This is an earlier that I need to focus on and create a schedule

  • yunitah

    Reply Reply April 12, 2017

    I work mostly over lunch hour since thats the time i am free and im currently on a fulltime job working 8:00- 5:00.

  • Sincerely George

    Reply Reply April 13, 2017

    I work on my side hustle generally in the evenings and on the weekend. I go to school during the week which is boring in comparison to what I’m trying to create, so putting time towards it during the week often means stealing time away from my studies.

  • Zaima Abdullahi

    Reply Reply April 13, 2017

    I work 60% of week ends and also work after office work 4:30 pm in case there are some urgent side work that needs my urgent and important action.

    However, I dedicate full one off day for my side work. I am currently thinking exit strategy of full day employee and start my own business to feel more freedom on my job and living style.

  • Kenneth

    Reply Reply April 13, 2017

    At breaks and when I get home in the evening. I do this because I work. From 7:30 am to 5 or 6:30 pm hard to get things done

  • Tiffany

    Reply Reply April 13, 2017

    I typically work on my side projects in the late morning and late at night.

  • Angie

    Reply Reply April 13, 2017

    I work on my side project mostly in the afternoon as am not so busy then.

  • Abima

    Reply Reply April 13, 2017

    On a daily basis, I work from 8am to 5pm and then jog for one hour. I start work on my side business from 6pm to 10 pm and always wake up at 4am to resume work with my side business before heading to my job.

  • Bryan Teare

    Reply Reply April 13, 2017

    I usually work on my personal stuff between 6-8am. I find I am more focused then, there are fewer distractions (from the rest of the world) and it helps me feel like I’ve accomplished something big before my day has already begun.

  • Jona

    Reply Reply April 13, 2017

    I am a student and i am developing my side business project. Generally i do my side project at night 10pm to 12am. But some times i distructed by the school assignments. So some times i even spend a week without touching my hustle project.

  • Julia

    Reply Reply April 13, 2017

    I work in corporate law and have a blog on the side for my creative outlet. Lately I’ve been trying to ramp it up and so, I work on drafting posts typically from 6-7 am before getting ready for work. I value this time greatly (quiet and you’re left feeling oh-so-accomplished). I also work on the fiddly bits of my blog’s design, and all the social media applications related to get my blog noticed from 7-9 pm if I’m lucky. Sometimes until 10 pm—because there’s just so much to do and so many rabbit holes to fall down into!

  • Parthasarathy

    Reply Reply April 15, 2017

    I usually work on my projects through evening from 7pm to 2am in the morning here in India. Love to work for long hours during night. Thank you.

  • Emeka ADIGWE

    Reply Reply April 16, 2017

    Hello Ryan

    I handle my side hustle while commuting to the office between 6am and 7:30am and when it’s light at work 5-6pm. I also wake up early say 3:30am sometimes when I need to brainstorm ideas.

  • Elliott

    Reply Reply April 19, 2017

    Great question! Right now because of my work schedule and my lack of really good internet. I’m only able to work on my side aspiration on the weekend, early in the morning before 8 am.
    Its quiet. I can concentrate. The rest of the family is usually still sleeping. And my internet is set up to be “free” before 8 am.
    The downside is if I miss a weekend, then it’s a whole other week before I get a chance to work on it again.

  • Princess Adlawan

    Reply Reply April 25, 2017

    I usually work on my side project after office hours(8:00pm – 11:00 pm) and saturday (9:00 am to 12:00 pm). Sunday is my rest day! 🙂

  • Paula

    Reply Reply April 27, 2017

    My work schedule is not the 9-5 so I get to work on my business in chunks of time on my off days. As a nurse, I work three, 12 hour shifts a week.

    That leaves one day for rest and catching up on household chores and 2.5-3 days to work on my business. I do about 12-18 hours of work each week on my business when in full swing. I could always use extra motivation though to stick with that schedule.

    I normally work on my side business from ~0700-0900 break then from ~1000 to 1200 break and again from ~1400-1600. I don’t do evenings. And when I’m feeling super motivated, I’ll work on it a little bit in the mornings before work (0430-0530).

  • Peter Miller

    Reply Reply May 4, 2017

    Great post-Ryan! I usually work at night time. When I am free from Work tension or stress. At night I can think freely and can take my time to develop or to add something innovative to my website. In Morning hours the time is limited and I can not do much because of the upcoming work Loads. So for me, Night time is the best.

  • Ana Oliveira

    Reply Reply May 5, 2017

    I really prefer to work on my projects at night, they seem to work better.

  • Christopher

    Reply Reply May 5, 2017

    I work on my projects at night time and saturday morning after breakfast. but for me, the night is best.

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