The Amount of Writing Mistakes You Make Depends on the Time of Day (Infographic)
Article by George Norman
On 15 Dec 2016
Updating your blog, composing an email, posting a status update, or writing a review? Pay double attention if you do this late at night.

As Grammarly uncovered, the time of day has an impact on the quality of a person’s writing, with night owls being more likely to make mistakes than early birds. Check out the infographic below for more details.

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Via Grammarly.

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