We’re practically reborn every morning when we wake up. So why aren’t we happier about it? If anything, waking up is regarded as the most loathsome part of the day by the general public. Myself included. Well, until recently. Find out how I trained myself to wake up happy.
Habits are hard. There are so many books and so many articles and so many YouTube videos out there that discuss this very topic, and yet we all still have trouble cracking the code required to develop and maintain lifelong habits. Here’s where I weigh in on all this stuff.
Spring is the perfect season for personal renewal. Instead of staying in your winter funk, use the warmer weather as an excuse to work on some of the most important areas of your life. (And while you’re at it, maybe clean out your closet/basement/garage too.)
Ahh, sleep. We all need 7 to 8 hours of it every night, yet many of use refuse to believe it. And resetting your sleep schedule so that it’s not impossible to fall asleep at night and torturous to wake up in the morning is hard. Lucky for you, it’s doable if you use the right techniques.
You can accomplish a lot in just a month’s worth of time. But are you willing to put in the work? 30 days from now, you could have a new habit worked into your lifestyle routine that may help you get to a bigger long-term goal. It’s worth putting in the effort.
Habits. They sound great when we talk about starting them, but it’s a totally different story when we try to make them a permanent part of our lives — day in and day out. To make them really stick, you might need some help.
We all want to sleep better, and if that means sprawling all your limbs out across the whole bed while on you’re back or curling up into a tiny ball on your side, then so be it. Sleep position can affect sleep quality, so it might be worth looking into experimenting with it to see which position works best for you.