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2. EAT EARLY. Having your meals prepped ahead of time will also help you eat earlier, which is a much healthier alternative to late-night meals. According to the most recent research, it’s best to have the bulk of your daily calories by 3 p.m., and when it comes to your final meal, the earlier you eat, the better.
Tuning In With Your Circadian Rhythms. The natural place to begin when creating an evening routine is with your body’s Circadian rhythms. This is the body’s internal clock that regulates sleep, alertness, hormone production, body temperature, and organ function. For example caffeine stays in your system for up to six hours. If you’re accustomed to having a cup of tea in the evening, make sure it’s an herbal, caffeine free tea.
Otherwise, you might be jittery until 10:00pm or later. 2. Stay hydrated. Dehydration can make you feel sluggish and tired when you want to be awake. Establishing a pre-bedtime routine—a.k.a practicing good “sleep hygiene”—is likely to help you fall asleep more easily at night and stay asleep until morning.
And it’s not as hard to do as you might think. Try working these five habits into your evening for better sleep. Habit #1: Stay on Schedule.
How to create an intentional evening routine August 17, 2020; 5 Simple Steps to Plan a Short Getaway August 10, 2020; Habits to practice for maximum organization August 3, 2020; Meal prepping for beginners July 27, 2020; Self-care ideas for mental health July 20, 2020. If there is one thing our mornings have taught me it’s that a good morning will always begin the night before. It’s nearly impossible to have a successful morning if you don’t do anything to prep ahead of time. It doesn’t need to be anything extensive or take lots of extra time. A good evening routine is about a few simple steps to help your mornings start on the best foot possible!
9 Potential Habits to Include in Your Evening Routine Review your tasks for the following day in your calendar and task manager. Implement Equilibrium Zero by putting everything away, including all work-related materials and personal stuff around your house. Set your alarms for the following day (I use multiple alarms to guarantee I get up).
Establish your routineand follow it. Create a list to hang up by their bed if your kiddo likes a visual. Keep it fairly short.
No need to drag it out. 15 minutes is a good target (a little longer if your routine includes a bath!) Offer choices! They can’t choose when they go to bed, or to drag it out as long as they possibly can.
Create 3 to 5 minutes in your morning routine to just be with your partner and properly say goodbye. Kiss each other meaningfully and take in the moment. It’s important not to get in such a rush that these small gestures don’t get overlooked. During Daytime.
2. Create little daily rituals when you’re together and apart. Evening and Bedtime Routine. 5:30 p.m.: Family dinner time. We try to eat early to give our bodies time to digest before the kids go to bed.
6:15 p.m.: Family time until the kids go to bed. We all do evening chores and bathe and get PJs on. About an hour before bed we dim the lights and start putting aways electronics to start winding down for.
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