I have come to the acceptance that I’m naturally a night owl, but I think it’s less of some hormonal / physiological thing and more of a vice…
People have said that going to sleep is like accepting that the next day is beginning, which can be daunting or undesirable for people who are tired and want to “rest” (i.e., do things besides the thing they are required to do the next day). Which is SO ME.
I know that I stay up too late on weekend nights doing things like learning Kyle Hanagami dances, watching Youtube videos of fitness/food influencers, or talking to friends. Anything but sleep and wind down. And then I complain of not getting enough sleep, at no one’s fault except my own (usually).
I made a resolution a while ago to be silent by 10pm, but I’ve become very lax with that, partially because I became lax with the accountability of it to my friend. Will be reinstating that now. But something that I keep thinking about is taking at least 60 seconds to check in with God when I am really tempted to open up a new tab on my browser at night… to just tell Him what I’m really feeling and what it is that I really want to do with my life at that point. Because no decision is isolated, and my decisions at night definitely affect the next day, and I would prefer to have healthy, productive days.
Working on it.
My brother and his gf brought over the new Korean chicken sandwiches for us to eat from Shake Shack yesterday, which were very tasty! I air fried some frozen curly fries on the side, which hit the SPOT. Few things beat a crispy, seasoned curly fry.
I became hypertensive for a short time after this meal, I’m sure.
I did a fun running circuit workout last weekend. That’s right, I said FUN. It was 3 laps of running around the neighborhood (~1/2 to 3/4 mile each), followed by this circuit:
- 10 pushup burpees
- 15 pushups
- 20 v-ups
Repeat with 2 laps + circuit, then 1 lap + circuit.
Was a chilly but lovely time.
I totally forgot to share this Christmas vlog that I filmed three weeks ago now… But in case you want to join me retroactively on my Christmas day festivities, please do!
I hope your 2021 is going well (or as well as it can be) so far 🙂
So tell me:
Do you have trouble with sleep discipline?
Curly fries, regular fries, sweet potato fries, or tater tots??
2 thoughts on “Working on sleep discipline + an overdue Christmas vlog!”
Great vlog! It reminded me how great yogurt bowls are as a breakfast option – so thanks for that! 🙂 What granola do you use?
Thanks Charlotte! I use the Quaker raisin and honey one!