The Evening Routines of Tim Ferriss, Bill Gates, and Arianna Huffington
A study from Albion College revealed that tasks requiring creative insight were consistently better during their non-optimal times of the day.
If you can’t sleep, you can at least use the time productively.
SIMILAR ARTICLES & IDEAS:
Take a few minutes to pick out an outfit, decide what you’re going to eat for breakfast, prepare your work bag, or even write a short to-do list of the things you need to accomplish before...
Are your pillows as fluffed as they could be? Is your comforter evenly laid out? Does your bed look appealing to get into?
Research shows that things like fresh sheets can easily make your slumbering experience better, and 71% of people surveyed said they sleep better when their sheets are clean.
Take five minutes to consider how your day went. Journaling reduces stress and helps boost your EQ.
Instead of going the “dear diary” route, write two bullet points for each of the following questions:
The snowy hill represents the brain, the people sledding are like the memories, and the trails left behind are the synapses in the brain.
Think of the brain as a hill covered in snow, ...
A memory device that helps you retain and retrieve information simply with the use of retrieval cues to encode information in the brain.
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.