On the down side, my travels result in jet lag and whack circadian rhythm. My sleeping pattern is erratic, though I do get sufficient rest and recovery times.
On the plus side, I wake up at 4 AM or earlier. This quiet time is phenomenal for creative synthesis.
No one is awake. The house is quiet. You can hear the wind blow. The light is conducive to productive work.
I love it.
I can accomplish more between the window of 4 AM to 6 AM than the sum of the rest of the day. I have been able to hammer out more thoughtful writing, more creative material, and more insightful, incisive ideas.
Some people work better during times of silence. Some people work better with classical music. A select few can work during noisy chaos.
My advice: try working during the wee hours of the morning.