The Best Night Routine For A Productive Day | Pick The Brian
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Don’t make these lists too close to bedtime.
Digestion and sleep don’t mix well.
Tidy up the kitchen, your bedroom, your workspace, and everything else within eyesight before you hit the sack for a clearer path in the morning.
Plan and lay out tomorrow’s clothing ensemble tonight, and you’ll have one less thing to worry about.
If your first outfit of the day is gym clothes for a morning workout, even better.
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A night routine is the things you do immediately prior to going to bed.
Three benefits of having a decent night routine:
Stay hydrated. Dehydration can make you feel sluggish and tired when you want to be awake.
Decide when the workday ends. Establish a cut off time for work-related emails and phone calls as well.
Have a healthy dinner.
When you need a snack closer to bedtime, reach for something light and healthy.
Take time to tidy. Waking up in an orderly space will work wonders for your mood.
Prepare for tomorrow.When you don’t have a million things to do upon waking, it’s easier to fall asleep.
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