Bless and hugs dear friends and welcome to today’s video blog where I look at “my bedtime routine” and share how I’m getting on with my 2016 Goal of “Getting More Sleep” by being in bed between 10.00pm to 11.00pm.
What time do you get to bed?
Do you have a set time to go to bed? Follow a particular “evening bedtime ritual?”
Watch the video and find out how I got on this week with “being in bed between 1000pm to 11.00pm.”
As you can see from the video, week 1 wasn’t very successful.
In looking through my journal,
my bedtimes range from 12 midnight to 2.00am! Once I am in bed, I’m fine. I do my yoga breathing exercises and when “not too tired” write a few lines in my journal.
However, I want to be more creative and get back into doing regular evening yoga sessions, bedtime reading and journaling every night, get back into my adult colouring books, do a proper review of my day and plan the following day’s work accordingly. At the moment, it feels like a mad rush and dash upstairs and that’s too stressful!
So, this week, I am going to chat with some of my friends and do research about Bedtime Routines and see if I can glean some insight into how other people easily get to bed before 10.30pm.
How about you, do you have a particular Bedtime Routine you follow to unwind and settle down into bed?
I’d love to hear your Bedtime Routine and schedule.
Please email me or share your evening routines in the comment box below because I sure need to crack this one.
Wish me luck!
Till next week, have a great week and may you get lots of good night rest.
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