And even Charles Darwin had his
Just like Einstein, scientist Charles Darwin kept to a daily routine to increase his creativity – he actually had several routines to accommodate in the space of 24 hours.
This is what a day in the life of probably looked like:
After sleeping until 7 a.m., Darwin took a walk, then had breakfast and went to work. He didn’t care for distractions and only opened his correspondence without replying immediately. After working some more, he took his dog for a walk and had lunch before reading
the paper, replying to the opened letters and taking a nap between 2 and 3 p.m. After another walk, he took care of what he called »bits and bobs«. In the early evening, Darwin indulged in fun tasks like reading, afternoon tea, and backgammon. Before bed, he