An Unexpected Habit For The Best Morning 🌱

[night routine]



Definition: To prepare or develop.

Having a great morning routine doesn’t mean you’ll feel great.

Your morning starts the night before. A great night routine is what truly sets you up for success the next morning.

A lot of people neglect their routine before going to bed because they see the day as being over.

What you do at night won't affect you, right? Wrong. What you do at night affects your sleep which affects the way you feel when you wake up.


Your night routine is more than just preparing to sleep. You are ending the day and preparing for the next one.

Engaging in specific activities can enhance relaxation, decrease stress, and prime your mind and body.

Studies show that engaging in relaxing activities in the evening, such as reading or journaling, significantly reduces stress levels.


Reducing stress in the evening, not only helps you sleep, but it also positively impacts cognitive function the following day.


Why habits? Your time is valuable and limited; you don’t need more complex systems. My goal is to provide you with simple, effective tools to support your physical and mental well-being and make you more efficient and conserve mental energy. (read more)

Create a routine for your evenings that you can follow.

Step 1: Activity transition

Shift from high to low energy activities to signal to your brain to wind down.

Step 2: Relaxation

Read, journal, meditate, or find another relaxing activity.

Step 3: Environment adjustment

Put yourself in a cool, dim environment to help prepare your body to sleep.


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This week, create a night routine and follow it. See how it affects the way you feel in the morning.

“The best preparation for tomorrow is doing your best today.”

- H. Jackson Brown, Jr.

Until next time!

- Jenna Gestetner :)

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