It's not necessarily under the cover of night!
We've all been there: We arrive at the office at 9 a.m., proceed to eat a nice healthy breakfast, bang out some stellar work, and are totally pleasant to our colleagues. Then, 3 p.m. hits, and we're snappy, unfocused, and hitting the vending machine hard.
While this scenario might seem more like your daily dossier than anything particularly scientific, it actually is: New research has suggested mornings really are when we're at our absolute best, and by the afternoon — worn out from our earlier attempts at being angelic — we're more likely to lie, cheat, or indulge in lazy behavior, reported NBC News.
Read the rest over at StyleCaster: Afternoons Turn Us Into Lazy, Lying Cheaters: Study
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