Make the Most of Your Day with These Simple Changes ☀️

Today’s email is a blend of creating quick wins and building foundational habits for success.

 

Still a lot to learn as an adult.

 

Taking full responsibility of everything is not easy, but fortunately there are ways to make things less suck.

Today in 5 minutes or less, you’ll learn:

✔️ The quickest way to declutter your brain from random tasks

✔️ How to further set yourself up for success

✔️ My top 5 tips on period care

Doable ideas 💭

One thing I found myself doing a lot more after I started living alone: using the Reminder app with alarm.

 

Thosee trivial life admin tasks drove me crazy.

 

Quick stop at the post office to pick up a parcel mid-day? Checked.

 

Taking certain supplements twice a day? Siri will remind me.

 

Filming random b-roll with my luggage? Reminder will pop up when I walk out of my client’s door.

 

Set it, forget it, and my future self will get it done.

Reflections 🪞

What routines have been kickin’ goals for me? How can I amp them up?

Mindfulness 🧘🏻‍♀️

Let’s talk about sleep hygiene for a second.

 

If we want better sleep so we can function better (think: improved memory, productivity, mental clarity), we need a consistent, quality sleep schedule.

 

I started a new habit after I moved into my new apartment:

 

Never bring my phone into my bedroom.

 

I felt like I slept better. My sleep data from Apple watch reported the same. Ditching electronic distractions can totally boost your sleep quality. Plus, it keeps you from that pesky blue light from screens messing with your sleep cycle.

 

No more doomscrolling.

 

I’m documenting my journey of adopting this new habit. Stay tuned for the video. 🙂

Ideas Worth Pondering 🧠

We gain confidence in our abilities not from a SINGLE successful attempt, but from planning ahead of time and executing that plan until we reach our objective.- Ramit Sethi

Video This Week 🎥

For people who menstruate: this week I talked about the 5 ways I manage my period pain. As someone who’s suffered from PMS as long as I could remember, maybe you can implement some of the strategies I use.

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