Some people get up early in the morning with ease like she have this ability built-in in her DNA. And many many books, podcasts, master class, quotable quotes, and advices weigh-in on how important it is to get up early in the morning.
And some people get up early in the morning just because they have the urge to pee in that graceful period.. and after finished their business in the toilet, they happily cuddled under their blanket again …up to the moment they literally unsure what today it is and asking to themself: why am I wearing this unmatched clothes and socks. I don’t want to humiliate anyone, I just described, um, my self.
When I get up early, say 4.30 a.m., I usually reach out my phone, turn off the alarm, and in a second or two, I kinda thinking about how nice if I try to do treadmill for 30 minutes this morning. Then, my laziness will take over the thinking, and without any further a due, I got back to sleep.
And as we always have a start and an end for everything, early get up pair nicely with early bedtime. This is where I could really proud with my self. I could fall asleep instantly at night.
And today I’m listening to a podcast about how to apply stoicism philosophy to our daily life. The person who spoke in the podcast is Ryan Holliday, and he said: Unexamined life is evil. So, as important as we projecting the success and prepare for the day in the early morning, so does the reflection before we go to bed at the end of the day.
We should examine in what way we have become a better person today than we were yesterday. Have we gotten a little closer with the person that we wish to be? The way to do this reflection is not rigidly journaling, you could make a space just to recollect your thoughts and process it.
So… Bonne Nuit à tous.. sweet dream and try to get up early. May you all find kindness and support from your surroundings.