Most of our days are spent at work grinding away at our skill set to complete tasks so we can pay our bills. There is a left brain predominance at play during business hours, most business being done in the morning from 8-12. You go to work, assert your skills, and diligently complete all the things necessary during the day so your bills are paid and your life stays afloat.
As the daylight hours pass we lose energy and focus for the less entertaining work day and turn to social media for entertainment. Most of our nights are spent receiving useless information from someone else’s newsfeed on Instagram or Facebook.
While a lot of good things can be found on social media, I can guarantee you the majority of stuff you’re receiving and programming your mind with is garbage. Safe to argue at least 80% of the stuff you’re taking in is superficial and will not help you grow at all. Keep in mind 80% is a lot.
I want to encourage you to put down your cell phones completely in the evening. Pick up an inspirational/thought provoking/challenging book. Save mindless entertainment and leisure to no more than 15% of your time.
Do this for 6 months and you will be amazed. You have no idea the growth and fulfillment that awaits you once you learn to embrace the yin portion of the day (evening/night) as a time to receive quality information. Staring at your phone all day will never leave you anywhere close to being truly fulfilled.
Reading under tiki torch lighting beside my fire pit is my favorite. This can also significantly increase your sleep quality.
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