As a Bear, your master body clock flows according to the sun. This means you are awake as the sun rises and asleep as it sets and becomes dark.
Bears are the crux of our society. They are diligent and hardworking. And with plenty of them around, our day to day schedules (the classic "9-5") has been built with bears in mind. Mid morning to early afternoon (9am to 1pm) is when bears have their greatest focus and energy. ANALYTICAL tasks that require logical and critical thinking, and need a lot of attention to detail, focus and very few distractions, are best completed during this time.
After an intense period of focus, a good time to take a short break will be between 2pm – 3pm. This helps a bear's brain re-organise itself for the rest of the day
During the afternoon period from 4pm to 9pm a bear's energy levels may be lower (compared to the morning) and they might find it hard to remain vigilant. This time is great for CREATIVE tasks. Tasks which require innovative, out of the box thinking to generate new ideas, and in turn require less attention to detail should be conquered. But beware, Bears are known to be very sociable and it's quite common to find them distracted in the afternoon as they lean on their friends and colleagues to provide them with support. If this sounds like you, it’s best to schedule in social time as a way to break up the afternoon session.