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As a culture, we heap a lot of praise on so-called morning people, but there’s nothing wrong with being a night owl. Many of history’s most creative people did their best work at night, finding that the quiet and solitude — and in some cases, their inability to sleep — brought out their best ideas.

If you’re someone who comes alive in the small hours, after everyone else has gone to bed, the question remains: how do you make sure all those late-night creative fireworks don’t set you up for a groggy, cranky, unproductive morning? READ MORE.

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