Prioritising Your Mental Wellbeing

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  • Sticking to a routine. Going to bed and getting up at the same time every day. I go to bed about 10pm and get up around 6am.
  • Not taking my phone to bed with me. It stays in another room.
  • I have a natural light alarm clock which is much less of a jolt to wake up to.
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