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Morning and evening rituals are examples of life hacks.


I enjoy both sleeping and staying up late. I find that I am more productive in the mornings and evenings. This makes going to bed difficult. As a result, I strive to obtain as many hours of sleep as possible. I have a few morning routines that I find incredibly effective for improving my sleep and getting out the door faster:

Use your phone's timer to take shorter showers.

This is my favourite hack. I've always thought that I'm incredibly fast in the shower. No more than 2 minutes. Unfortunately, it turned out to be false. I've discovered that 5 minutes is the ideal amount of time to complete all of my tasks without rushing. I use my phone's timer to count down 5 minutes. I sometimes do the same for other morning rituals, such as hair drying and makeup application. By spending no more than 5 minutes on each work, you restrict the amount of time you zone out, which can result in a significant time drain.

On your bathroom counter, only keep what you use every day easily accessible.

Reducing visual noise also saves time. Maintain a clean bathroom and only have the items you use every day to get ready (makeup, hair dryer, etc.) on your bathroom counter. Because there will be less distractions, you will be able to prepare more quickly.

 

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Prepare your bag and what you're going to wear the night before.

Eliminating the things you have to do and make decisions on in the morning, such as packing your suitcase and picking what to wear, is critical. I can waste a lot of time changing my clothes since I can't decide what to wear in the morning. Now, before I leave the house, I make sure my suitcase is ready to go and that my outfit for the day is laid out on a chair for me to swiftly put on. If I have something that I can't put in my bag the night before, I make a post-it note of it so I don't forget.

When you enter your bedroom, switch to flight mode.

Because I am a light sleeper, I always set my phone to flight mode before going to bed. This prevents nighttime disturbances. It also prevents me from checking emails in bed because I won't be able to do much about them at that hour, causing unnecessary tension. Because social media is a time waster, I try to delay turning off flight mode until I'm on my way to work in the morning. Instead of stretching out in bed with my phone, I can use my commute time to catch up on the newest news.

Clear your mind.

I have a notebook next to my bed where I write down everything that comes to me before going to sleep. It's around the size of an A5 page. I sleep lot better after emptying my brain since I know I won't forget anything and can deal with it again when I wake up.

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“Journaling (...) assisted me in quieting myself and reflecting. I was able to articulate and unpack my emotions. (…) Negative emotions are easier to deal with when they are labelled. The better the label, the more specific it is. “I'm feeling lonely” allows us to process more information than the ambiguous “I'm feeling awful.” By putting our sentiments into words, we gain control over them.”

I've also been experimenting with The Five Minute Journal, which I talked about here. It's been a lot of pleasure focusing on the positive aspects of my life. It has made me feel happier. In the future, I'll do a combination of the five-minute journal and clearing my mind.

Read some fiction.

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Keep a water bottle next to your bed.

Drinking adequate water throughout the day is critical to your overall health. You set the tone in the morning, which will be much easier if you keep a water bottle beside your bed at night. When I have a headache, it's typically because I haven't drank enough water throughout the day.

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Recognize when you need to get up.

Snoozing is not your buddy and serves no purpose. Before going to night, I try to check my schedule to see what the latest time I can leave my apartment in the morning is. Then I go back through everything I need to do to be ready and arrive at the latest time I need to get up. Then I set an alarm for it, something that would push me to get out of bed without a chance to snooze.

Summary

Use your phone's timer to take shorter showers.

On your bathroom counter, only keep what you use every day easily accessible.

When you enter your bedroom, switch to flight mode.

Prepare your bag and what you're going to wear the night before.

Clear your mind.

Read some fiction.

Keep a water bottle next to your bed.

Recognize when you need to get up.

All of these tricks have improved my sleep and reduced the time I spend getting dressed in the morning from an hour to barely 20 minutes! Do you have any more morning or evening time-saving tips? Please send them to me. I'd like to improve my routines even more.