I dont … At all i work second shift and the rest of the world sets on morning … I dont feel bad about it. I still do everything thqt everyone else does .. Just different hours
- How do you tame the temptation to put too many tasks on your To Do?
- How do I stop myself from running away from the intimidating tasks I have to complete?
- How do I create a meditation schedule for myself?
- How do you prioritize the tasks on your list?
- How can I record my accomplishments for these to-do lists?
My phone automatically goes on silent at a certain time, so that I don't get interrupted with notifications. And then get ready for the next day, pour water into a bottle, tidy up, brush my teeth and things like that. I then listen to a calming soundtrack to relax and then sleep.
Sleeping pills and melatonin. That’s how I started at first. But then after I incorporated the gym into my life I tired myself out throughout the day, so falling asleep gets easier.
I use going bed rituals. Brush, floss, wash face and take up a book for reading. No phone or lcd screen in room. That helps me.
You go to bed at a decent time by creating a bedtime ritual that allows you have an understanding of what things you want to accomplish both before bed and in the morning. If you understand what you are wanting then you can execute those wants with much more meaning behind them and see the changes happen. Once you see a productive pattern from doing these things it almost makes you want to be I bed by a certain time.
It can be hard when you have a busy day. But I try to listen to my body. Even if I still have a million things to do when I get home, if feel exhausted, I go to bed. Tomorrow is another day to get things done.
I have a set bedtime and I set an alarm on my phone when it is time to start getting ready for bed – I have a nice bedtime routine too
If something stimulating is keeping you from going to bed on time (games, tv, phone, friends, homework, workout), then set an alarm and stop that thing an hour before bed. Take a shower to mark that divide and have some tea or read or take a walk or something else relaxing. Your body and brain need time to transition to sleep mode. You can't just go straight from a screen to good sleep.
What does "decent" mean for you? I don't think you should force yourself to go to bed at a certain time just because that time is conventionally "decent." Figure out how much sleep your body needs and go to bed in enough time to get that much sleep. For example I have to be up at 6:30 and my body runs best on 7.5 hours, so if I'm asleep by 11pm, I'll be in good shape.
I didn’t go to bed at decent time. I sleep extremely late. But I did find out if I prepare myself earlier to bed, I can sleep much earlier compare to normal time. My suggestion is to fix an evening rituals and do it same time everyday, this is helpful to me, hope it works for u too.
I’m not perfect at this, but I’ve been getting better. I usually go to sleep between 11 and 1am, although I also can fall asleep early (8pm) or late (2:30am)
To get to bed at a decent time requires me to be more diligent during the day to get enough work done. It also is challenging when you hang out with friends or family.
Going to bed at a decent time requires disconnect from all electronics and effort to relax while lying in bed with the lights off. A fan or noise machine may help. Also, stay consistent. Going to bed and waking at the same time sets your internal clock. Lastly, eat your last meal 2-3 hours before bedtime.
It's very difficult for me still. The first thing is to turn off and put away all electronics at least 30 min before getting into bed. Otherwise this will mess with your sleep in all sorts of ways. I have noticed the difference. It's also best to have an evening routine to wind down. Set an alarm for when you would like to do this. You're body will tell you when it's tired, so listen to it and use this to help you set the time for an evening routine (which should start prior to feeling tired). Good luck!
- If you don’t complete your to dos, do you carry them over to the next day?
- Do you set deadlines on your to do list? When I see something is over due (for a self-imposed deadline) sometimes it makes me procrastinate even more.
- How i can do not runaway from my tasks and scary thing that i have to do??
- How can I record my accomplishment for these to do list?
- How do you not get overwhelmed by your todo list?
- Do you write your todo list at night for the next day or in the morning?
- How do you write to do lists every day and do those things
- How do you write a you’re to. Do list
- How does one prevent burn out from writing a todo list everyday? I always start out strong then dwindle to weekly lists then will just forget.
- How do you stay consistent with your to do list to make sure you’re progressing forward and achieving your goals daily?