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Twitter made me feel tired when I was on my blog break. I take the time to eliminate the tiredness I thought was my food. Then I thought that may, due to how I invest my time in life. It was a journey that cost me time.
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What I thought.
At first, I was thinking my sleep was short. I used to sleep at 11 am sometimes, at 11:30 am. I woke up tired, and it cost me almost 1 hour to get ready for the day.
What I did.
So I decided to change that habit.
For 2 weeks, I got to bed at 10 pm and woke up at 4 am. What changed is I had more time to get ready for the day.
So I keep that as a daily routine.
Spending less time online.
Twitter and all online networks cause you to spend much time. And forget your own daily responsibility that causes you to be out of focus or not to be in balance. For that reason, you have to recheck your time.
Twitter and their updates drain your energy level until it is depleted. I had no more motivation so, I decided less time online, but that was not enough. I had to delete my Twitter account 100% to save time.
Morning prayer = my first thought of the day.
My first thought of the day is giving God thanks. Now I’m excited to wake up early because there is a blessing on the way, and it is addressed to me. I’m open to receiving any kind of a blessing because I’m ready for it. We all need grace in our lives so, I suggest giving God a chance because He is the Lord of grace.
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