So I’ve finally nailed it!
Without question the fuel to my fire, the medicine to my brain, the key to my future lies within my 11-7am schedule.
Yesterday, I cleared every item in my bedroom apart from:-
- 2 fake plants
- Alfie the dog
I slept beautifully.
Another new ritual i do is turn my phone off at around 9pm. i wake whenever i feel refreshed. today it was 7.13am.
The biggest problem i seem to have is overindulging in power naps. despite sleeping for 8 hours the previous night, i slept an additional 2 and a half hours during the day. that consisted of two power naps.
I’ve always been a daytime sleeper. There’s still misleading reports on whether this helps, heals or comprises the quality of sleep during the night..
All I know is when I sleep, I don’t think. I heal, I rest from my condition. my medication’s toll on my brain rests.
Being brought up in a manic environment. Living in a manic world I have now identified sleep as the critical part of my daily routine.
Despite this reminding me of me and r kids lost love back in 2000. today it’s a song that i have used to play to myself understanding the importance of it – You in my mind in my sleep, Richard Ashcroft