Tips to life improvement as a night owl?

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All I ever see about productivity and self-improvement are things involving waking up early and going to bed early, but I cannot be more opposite to that lifestyle?

I do think I’m a bit clinically depressed or maybe it’s adhd but having really ambitious plans, keeping up with pretty pressurising goals in a pushy environment combined with my self diagnosed laziness is really not something I want to continue on living with, hence why I try to do these self-care things...
At my most productive I’m still waking up either ‘late’ or just at a normal working hour, but then I work late into the night until I conclude what I need to- I don’t have a problem with that at all as it’s how I’ve always been. But it’s really difficult to relate to other people who are also hard working and high achievers when they seem to have a mostly non-intrusive life, and it’s always to do with being up earlier in the day..

Idk bit of a weird rant this one
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