Is your evening routine sabotaging your life?
An evening routine can help you wind down at the end of the day, prepare for the next day and get a good night’s sleep. It can also help you manage stress and anxiety, and boost your mood and energy levels.
Your night routine sets the tone for tomorrow. There are many many posts and articles about the benefits of a morning routine and no-one doubts the power a good morning routine has on your life, your health, your productivity and well being however, a much overlooked routine is the one you have at night.
Your night-time routine can make or break your day today and your tomorrow.
A time to sleep, work and play
What comes first – “the chicken or the egg”?
What about – “the evening or the morning”?
I think when it comes to having a great day that your evening routine should come first and is the most important because it allows you to debrief, let go and relax to prepare yourself for the next day. Now, having prepared for tomorrow, when you go to bed you need to be in the present and focus on relaxation and sleep. Your evening routine can include relaxation or meditative time to prepare for sleep.
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The benefits of having a night routine:
A night routine can help you wind down at the end of the day, prepare for the next day, and get a good night’s sleep. It can also help you manage stress and anxiety, and boost your mood and energy levels.
Why a night routine is important:
A night routine is important because it can help you relax, unwind, and prepare for sleep. It can also help you manage stress and anxiety, and boost your mood and energy levels. It also allows you to prepare for tomorrow.
How to establish a night routine:
To establish a night routine, start by choosing a bedtime and sticking to it as much as possible. Then, create a list of activities that you can do in the evening to wind down, such as reading, taking a bath, or writing in a journal. Finally, make sure to disconnect from electronics at least 30 minutes before bedtime.
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Would you like to know more about establishing routines and how you can benefit from them. Please contact me to see how I can help you develop this area of your life and reap the benefits of having great routines.