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22 thoughts on “7 Ways to End your Day Right”

  1. The biggest thing I’ve had to learn how to do to prepare for the night is to unplug. When I unplug, I get away from the screen and away from the stress of answering emails. It lets me calm down and get into a better place for sleep.

  2. It’s so important to let yourself wind down a little before bed. After the kids are all tucked in, I love to sit in the dark with a nice lamp and just read a bit. I get in my reading, and I can start to feel my eyes get heavy. Then I just drift off to sleep.

  3. It’s amazing how much we have to unplug from before bed. I LOVE it though. Just slowing down drinking a warm cup of tea with a good book or something I feel I sleep better if I slow down before dosing.

  4. These are all great tips Brandy. I appreciate you sharing them, I will have to start working on my end of night routine more so I can rest easy and have a more productive day!

  5. What great ideas! I have been unplugging a lot before bed now that my new baby is here. I spend nights snuggling in bed with her, nursing her and just relaxing. My phone and computer are the last thing on my mind!

  6. I’ve been having a difficult time falling asleep lately so I’ve started playing relaxing instrumental sleep music before bed and while I sleep and it’s helped tremendously. I definitely need to unplug an hour before bed that’s something I need to work on.

  7. Reading is my favorite end-of-the-day routine. There are so many good suggestions in this list for ending a day on a positive note so the following day starts out with one (or more).

  8. All good tips. I’m bad about being on the internet at night. I can’t be most days because of work, and then the kids are home after school, so I have to wait until they’re occupied or in bed. 1 tasks often turns into 20.

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