A study has found that while many of us may yet have to identity the best or worst time of the day by our watch, Britons feel the perfect time to take an important decision is 11.59 a.m. while the most imperfect time is after 10.00 p.m.
Britons feel the late morning decisions are best because the morning rush is over but hunger for lunch has yet to kick in. By 10 p.m. or later, brains are frazzled from work and our bodies are set on going to bed, Daily Express reported.
According to the study carried out for ticket website thetrainline.com, just one percent of the people believe they function at their best after 10 p.m. and would trust themselves to make a life-changing decision then.
Also, the time of the year is also an important factor. Britons believe the most sensible decisions are made in the "boring" month of April and the most irrational choices made in December, when they are panicking about Christmas preparations.