Thanks to Connie Stemmle.
Have an engaging time that will help you move forward.
Let me know if your mornings sound like this: You wake up an hour before you have to leave the house, rush around to get ready, swear up and down you’re forgetting something, grab a protein bar and run out the door.
Once you get to work, you’re a chaotic mess and already overwhelmed before you’ve even gotten to your desk. You’re burned out and can’t focus.
If this sounds familiar, you’re in good company.
Every good day starts with a great night. It’s only when you’re rested and you’ve tied up all of your loose ends from the prior day that you can really tackle each new day.
People’s professional and home lives are becoming increasingly intertwined, which makes the boundaries that create a work/life balance pretty blurred. Many people are working from home, switching back and forth between letting the dog out to joining a conference call to grabbing Amazon packages off their front porch all in the same timeframe, as we’ve constructed a culture of being available 24/7.
While there are a lot of strategies for recreating necessary boundaries, having an evening routine after work is among the most effective. So in this article, we are going to look at 13 evening routine habits that you can adopt to end your day that will set you up for a better tomorrow.
- 1. Establish a “Shut Down” Ritual
- 2. Plan for the Next Day
- 3. Pack for the Next Day
- 4. Spend Time with Your Family
- 5. Get a Full Night’s Sleep
- 6. Clean and Organize
- 7. Use the 10-3-2-1-0 Formula
- 8. Practice a Spiritual Habit
- 9. Read
- 10. Practice Something You Enjoy
- 11. Reflect
- 12. Think of One Thing That Excites You About Tomorrow
- 13. Acceptance
- Final Thoughts on Ending Your Day Perfectly
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„You are what you do — day after day after day.“