When I disconnect from my devices I look for chores to do. Like if I haven’t done my laundry or the house needs cleaned. I also find some books to read that I find interesting.
Hey good morning soo for me I usually put my phone in the other room and lay down so far I do this around 9:30 – 9:45 and I usually put the TV on to watch me fall asleep 😴 😅 lol im only in 3 days but it has worked like a charm so far
I take deep breathe and I reflect on how my day went and think of my plans for the next day.. It's give me peace somehow and I sleep off
Good question. When I get bored, sometimes I lose myself. Reorganising your living space helps me stay motivated, also doing a workout whether it’s going to the gym or even a 10-20 minute workout. If you have chores or anything you have to do but told yourself to do later, get
I usually enjoy playing/listening to music. Reading a book is really great too (I'm reading the Hobbit again, it's a great way to relax and connect to the more whimsical side of me. Comics are good as well, Judge Dredd is a favorite of mine.) If I'm feeling antsy, I hop on my bike and go for a… whatever the biking equivalent of stroll is. Or just a stroll, that works too.
- What’s your best (fastest) way of getting out of your own head?
- How do I disconnect?
- When do you start the Disconnect habit before you go to bed? 10 min, 1 hour…?
- How and what do you feel during the time between disconnecting and going to bed?
- I love to play music before sleeping and usually is on my cellphone. What would you suggest to do instead?
- Do you disconnected from everything? What if somebody texts you?
- How can you be indifferent about all the things happening around the world and do not check the news daily?
- What time should I start winding down? I usually go to bed around 9 pm.
- Does disconnecting for the night help?
- How can I create a routine that doesn’t get boring willing time?