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... is the transition to working on it. It almost always represents a shift from doing something comfortable to doing something uncomfortable.
We tend to think that getting traction on our most important work requires us to be skilled and proficient at that work. But the real thing we need to be skilled and proficient in is moving through the moment before the work.
Measuring your food can give you an idea of what a serving looks like. Measuring cups are handy, but they're even better when used with the scale. Weighing gives you a better understanding of a serving.
If you don't have a scale or cups, there are some very rough ways to estimate serving size metrics. For instance, your fist is about the same amount of volume as one cup, and the palm of your hand as four ounces of meat.
Napping can make it more difficult to fall asleep at night:
If, after you've thoroughly tested your evening routine and gotten better sleep, you still feel drowsy, you can try adding a power nap to your day, preferably during the early afternoon.