There’s a time and a place for everything and it’s all based on research. We found this in Woman’s World magazine:

  • When’s the best time to pay your bills? Well, there are actually two times – between 10 and 11am in the morning or between 8 and 9pm at night. Why? Because according to our circadian rhythm, that’s our internal body clock, that’s when we’re most alert and our brains are better suited to working with numbers.
  • How about the best time to ask someone on a date: It’s lunchtime! Most people are usually in the best mood of the day at noon. Not only have the morning’s stress hormones worn off – but emotionally they’ll feel as if they’ve accomplished something by noon, but they’re not yet in the end of the day crunch.
  • So when’s the best time to learn a new sport: Between 4 and 6pm. Your hand / eye coordination is at its peak later in the afternoon. That makes it an ideal time to learn any sport that requires that skill – tennis, basketball, baseball, or football.
  • When’s the best time to start a diet? Now! Late spring and early summer are the best times to drop pounds because your body is naturally inclined to anyway. When the weather is warmer, we naturally eat fewer calories and are more active. So any diet and exercise plan will be easier to stick with right now.
  • Stop waiting in long lines! Here’s the best time to fill a prescription? During the last week of the month. Why? Because pharmacists are less busy than at the beginning of the month, when Medicaid checks create a prescription rush. That means the pharmacist is less likely to make a mistake, too. In fact, a recent study found that fatalities due to pharmacy-related errors rise as much as 25 percent at the beginning of the month! So get your pills at the end of the month.