I don't have one.
Usually I am more mellow at night, my mind is clearer, and I feel most creative. In the morning, I may have more energy to do things, but my mind has absolutely zero creativity. I'm definitely more task-oriented during the day.
This shows in my job - my night shifts are more productive emotionally, when I have the time to have conversations with my patients and find out things that usually serve to heal this person. During the day shifts, I am focused on getting everything done. I make sure to carve out time to have deep conversations with my folks, though, because that is how I function best.
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Then I have those days where the sunrise is my favorite - I love seeing the sky change colors as the Sun makes his appearance. I enjoy being swaddled in blankets, the shadows moving slowly across the window blinds, promises of a day forthcoming. There is a silence to this part of the day as well, as people are swatting snooze buttons and rubbing sleep out of their eyes. For now, as I gaze out the window at the lightening sky, it's just me and the world.
Be you, whenever you need to be.