4. Schedule In Some Much Needed Me Time And Try And Rest, If Not Get A Better Sleep

I know that ‘getting rest’ is easier said than done, especially if you have insomnia like me and struggle to go to sleep at night. But what I will say is this, even if you do have problems sleeping like myself, at the very least you owe it to yourself to get some rest, even if it is just shutting your eyes, or taking cat naps. After all lack of rest will result in a lack of focus, which because I am tired all the time can mean that at times it is very difficult to concentrate or have the energy to do anything but lay in bed. Of course it goes without saying that having a good ‘night’s sleep’ is better than cat naps or a little rest, as solid sleep time enables you to feel less stressed, more energized and refreshed, ready to take on the world with large strides. Furthermore, the better the quality of your sleep, the more that you will be able to be productive during the day, which will leave you feeling less stressed as the evening goes on, and more relaxed, so that you can sleep better.

Alongside improving the quality of your sleep, it is so important to schedule in some me time, especially if you work long hours and have so little time before you have to get up again and watch the wheels go round. Whether it is 5 minutes or two hours, taking that little time out to separate from the work you had been doing previously, is another great way of de-stressing and winding down before bed. After all, your day should always belong to you, so even if you have children, friends and family, you still need to focus on yourself, for the sake of your mental and physical wellbeing.

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