As a Lark, your master body clock has been set so that you feel more alert during the early hours of the day. This means your morning period from 6am to 10am is when you have your greatest focus and energy. ANALYTICAL tasks that require logical and critical thinking, and in turn needs a lot of attention to detail, focus and very few distractions, are best completed during this time period.
After an intense period of focus, a good time to take a short break will be around 11am. This helps your brain re-organise itself.
During the afternoon period from 12pm to 5pm your energy levels may be lower (compared to the morning) and you might find it hard to remain vigilant. But that doesn’t mean you can’t get anything productive done. The afternoon is a great time for CREATIVE tasks. Tasks which require innovative, out of the box thinking, where you need to generate new ideas and solutions, (commonly done in teams) may be attractive.
Starting the day a few hours ahead of friends and colleagues mean that by early evening larks are generally tired and avoid evening commitments. Larks actively look for social opportunities early afternoon, but are generally disappointed as friends and companions are busy at work. So plan ahead!