There’s a bajillion things to do each day, but how do you prioritize? According to this infographic from NetCredit, there is a right time of day to do specific tasks.

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They recommend exercising first thing in the morning as a study reported on in The New York Times suggests you’ll burn more calories throughout the day. You’ll also be more energized, too. After working out, it’s best to eat breakfast within an hour of waking up. This helps with stabilizing your metabolism and ensuring you’re not ravenous, and prone to binges, later in the day.

If you need a haircut, NetCredit recommends getting one early in the morning, around 8 a.m., as stylists will have a lower stress level, which means you get more time and care. Another task that should be tackled in the morning? Apartment hunting. The infographic states that most apartments are listed around 9 a.m., so you can be sure to get your pick by emailing first.

Coffee drinkers probably won’t like this piece of news, but drinking your morning cup first thing is actually not recommended. Instead, drinking coffee later, at around 9 a.m. is preferred as your stress levels peak from 8-9 a.m., which means you don’t need the caffeine until later.

If you need to take a break from the work day, you’re likely tempted to take it in the afternoon. But science suggests a mid-morning water cooler break to do something you actually enjoy.

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Job interviews can be stressful, but one way to give yourself an advantage is to schedule it in the morning. NetCredit cites research that most interviewers are less likely to give out more than one high rating, so getting the first slot available could help you land that dream job.

For more research on the best times to do everyday tasks, check out the infographic:

The Best Time of Day to Do Everything, According to Science from coolguides

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