The One Daily Habit That Can Be Ruining Your Sleep. You worry too much!! I get it. I want to share with you a simple life hack that I use to help me sleep like a baby. If you like what you’re learning, please subscribe to my channel and be sure to press the “like” button. Thank you.

If you’re like me, you lay in bed at night, and you worry about things like, “did I remember to call that person?… did I take the dog out?… did I take the trash out?… did I send that email?… and on and on…. There may be even weightier things on your mind. Here’s my tip: Sticky Notes! That’s right. Old school, I know, but very effective!
I have sticky notes everywhere… in my office, in my car, in my kitchen, in my bathroom, next to my bed.
The reason is, during the day, you think of things, and by jotting them down physically, you are taking them out of your mind and you can rest knowing that you won’t forget.
At the end of the day, I check all my sticky notes to make sure I did everything I was supposed to do. It feels great when you complete the task, take the sticky note, and throw it in the trash.
It’s a little rush of feeling great that you accomplished what you needed to do. Keep them everywhere. This will help you get things off your mind, and your mind can REST.
Then, at night, you can rest easy and sleep so much better.

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