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I was a sleep therapist once and he suggested that I find someone I didn't like (in my case at the time it was my brother haha) and tell them I was going to give them money ($10, $20, whatever) if I'm not awake by X o'clock. They will be motivated to check if you're awake by that time and you'll be motivated not to give them your money. Also seconding what ...


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For your habitual task when captured, clarified and organized you will realise that it's not a one time action but a repeatable action, for which you will need to set a repetabel habitual structure for yourself such that the habitual task in consideration is taken care, and it can be reviewed later say during the week review or daily review. Many people, ...


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Wanting to stop a habit is core critical. Then simply letting the habit go. Just stop the habit. At some point we picked it up, yes? Now we decide we don't want the habit, and what is easier than just putting it down? Physically, some habits may require some degree of a period of short discomfort. So What? Life hurts anyway so much of the time, so suck it ...


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I also have to maintain a strict "early to bed, early to rise" sleep regimen. I love to lay down and listen to a guided meditation podcast on my i-phone. These meditation programs can be secular, Buddhist or Christian in orientation.There are also relaxing podcasts like story oriented Night Vale, and podcasts which play super relaxing music. I find myself ...


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You have a habit you want to get rid of; namely, staying up too late. I'd suggest you look through previous questions with this tag. These two ones are probably most helpful: How do I make myself stop doing addictive activity? How to control or change habits? Any ideas on how to trick my mind into wanting to go to bed? I think this is mistaken. It's ...



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