Most of These Creative People Didn’t Work 9-5

Katka Lapelosová
Mar 31, 2014

ONE OF THE advantages that comes with working from home, is a flexible work/social routine. I find that I am most productive between the hours of 3pm, and 9pm, which is probably why I’ve had trouble working in offices with traditional a 9am-5pm schedule.

I think there is something to be said about creative use of time, and how it correlates to our productivity. There isn’t a one-size-fits-all model for anything in life, why would work hours be any different? My only complaint about this infographic is that there aren’t enough women involved; props to Maya Angelou, but I’d love to see how Margaret Cho breaks up her day, or how Michelle Obama makes it all work, and still has time for her daughters.

If your job didn’t dictate the hours you had to work, what would your personal schedule look like?


Infographic via Info We Trust. H/T Huffington Post.

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