My Night Routine
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My Night Routine

I love sleep, although I’ve never been the sort of person to sleep in past 9 am even on weekends, if I don’t fall asleep by 10/11pm, boy you will know about it!! I think creating a night routine is so important to allow your body to start relaxing and to mentally get your body read for sleeping.

Night routine

Firstly, I write in my journal. I actually have an app and I write down any thoughts; positive or negative, any blog ideas that happen to spring to mind, or anything I need to remember for tomorrow. I find this helps me to go to bed with a clear mind. 

Most nights I’ll run myself a warm bubble bath and put on a youtube video or something on Netflix, I’m currently re-watching Him&Her (worth the watch If you haven’t yet!)

I will then normally mediate using my headspace app, maybe for 5-10 minutes just after I get into bed. I find that it really relaxes my mind and allows me to focus on nothing but falling asleep. If you are the sort of person that can’t sleep due to having so much on your mind, I’d 100% recommend that you download the headspace app and meditate 10 minutes before you go to bed and you will notice the difference! 

Night routine

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I’ll then get into bed and turn my phone on airplane mode, simply to stop any notifications from waking me up in the middle of the night because my family back in the UK have a habit of calling me at 4 in the morning (not cool). Turning off your phone before you go to sleep allows you to have a better night sleep too. 

I’ll then either try and drift to sleep or read a book (I’m currently reading That Night by Chevy Stevens) whilst drinking a cup of Sapiens Supertea Yin. It has natural ingredients proven to help you relax and sleep better. You can drink it either warm or cold, but I love drinking it warm because it feels comforting. Night routine

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  • So.. I’ve decided to take a break from blogging/social media. The past 3 years has been a crazy experience and I have enjoyed every minute of it but sometimes it’s good to take a step back and focus on you and your life. Not focusing on what your going to post on Instagram or what will make a good photo for a blog post. There’s SO much more to life than worrying about likes, followers or views but it’s so easy to get caught up with this and it’s actually so unhealthy.

Just wanted to say thank you to everyone to has supported me over the past three years, wether it’s reading a post or liking a picture on Instagram, I’ve had some amazing opportunities thrown my way over the years and it’s been amazing. 
I’ve created a private personal account ( @chloekeen_98 ) so feel free to follow me over there, I’ll post a few times but for now I want to focus on enjoying life and embrace the adventures in the front of me. I’m sure I’ll be back sooon💓
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  • Saturday morning essentials. Rubbish weather in Auckland means cricket is off. But hey that means I finally have some time for some retail therapy!
  • Found this beauty last night😍
  • I’ve had a lot of people say to me recently how much happier I look, and it’s honestly the nicest feeling ever that other people around me are noticing a change in me.. for the better. 
The past few weeks I’ve focused on my myself, my life and my future and I finally feel like I’ve got my S*** together!! I’ve decided what I want to get out of life and how to achieve it.. but also how to appreciate today and what’s happening now. 
It’s so easy to get caught up in the next 5 or 10 years from now, that the days just fly away from you, but really appreciating what is around you and who are around you is so important. 
Sometimes taking a few minutes, hours or even days to sit yourself and re-evaluate how your life is going, what’s going well and what you need to focus on is so important and so so rewarding. 🌻
  • Making my NZ cricket debut today🏏 Going to feel strange not having my brother has a batting partner👊🏼👫
  • Making sure that I’m getting beach ready with @hawaiiantropic_nz .. thank you for my lovely surprise package.. bring on NZ summer😍☺️
  • Going away and putting my everyday life on hold for a weekend was the best thing I could have done. It’s allowed me to prioritise the important things in life again, and forget about the things that won’t matter in 2,5 or 10 years time. 
Don’t forget how short life really is, and how so much can change in one second. Never take anything for granted and appreciate everything and everyone around you 💓

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