Do you stay up late and regret it the next day? If so, you’re not alone.
In recent years, the term “revenge bedtime procrastination” has come to describe a phenomenon where overworked people stay up late in order to reclaim time for themselves.
The downside, of course, is that they’re more tired—and regretful—the following day.
If this describes you, and you want to change, be gentle with yourself.
As with any pattern of behavior you want to change, awareness is the first step. Awareness of what you’re doing, what it’s costing you (and what it’s benefitting you!), and what other options exist.
A recent article on CNN health called “Revenge bedtime procrastination’ could be robbing you of precious sleep time” might shed some light on this.
May you get the rest you need to live the life you want to live.
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