This is a question I get asked a lot, and I have to admit that it’s not the first time I’ve been asked this. But I think the most common question I get is, “what is the mid morning time?” Let me break it down for you. The mid morning time is when the majority of your brain activity is occurring.
There are basically two reasons why the mid morning time is important. As I mentioned above, most of our thoughts and actions are being carried out by our brains, and they don’t just happen at the exact same moment. One reason is because our brains are made up of billions of neurons that are connected and work in series. When we think of a thing, our brain first thinks of a series of neurons that constitute our thought, and then it thinks of a series of neurons that constitute our action.
Mid-morning time allows our brains to integrate our thoughts and actions. It allows them to see what we are thinking, and which actions are causing the thought to rise up. And it tells us what our actions are, because the brain is constantly making connections between the series of neurons that constitute it’s thoughts and actions.
By setting up the morning as our mid-morning, we can get our brains (and our bodies) in the habit of doing mid-morning things that will cause us to sleep at a later time. We are also able to take advantage of the extra time to go for a walk, or to do something that will get us moving.
Mid-morning is when all of our brain-power is in gear to go into action, and we use the same tactics to make sure that no one else gets the opportunity to do the same thing. It is the brain’s ability to go in the middle of the night and turn the other way. It’s also the ability to make sure that no one else gets the chance to do this.
midmorning is when the sun’s rays hit the Earth. It is the time when our brain gets the most creative. It is the time when we’re most productive. It is the time when we do the most things that will get us moving. It is the time that we are the most aware of how much time we have left.
We can also turn our brain off by using midmorning time as a time to do something else. It seems as though this ability exists in everyone, but can be especially helpful to people who need to perform a certain task for a long time. And it seems this ability is so much more valuable than others that it could be a very good thing.
The ability to use mid-morning time as a time to do something else that would normally be done in the afternoon is called mid-morning “time-on” or as we call it in our lab, “MUT.” So, mid-morning “time-on” would be used when we are in a productive mood and we know we will be productive for at least 30 minutes after our morning routine.
The concept is pretty simple. When we’re in a productive mood, our brain doesn’t want to wait until the end of the day and then do something. It wants to do something before the end of the day. Mid-morning time-on has the power to help us get us there. It’s a simple solution for that problem.
Mid-morning time-on is a time when we are productive and the mind is not thinking of work or the usual day-to-day tasks. This is great because when we are in a productive mood the mind is working on those things. So, we are not just thinking about work, but the mind is working on something that we are actually doing.