Sunset helps me to switch from work into a more Zen mode in the evening.
7:30 p.m.: Finish dinner.
8 p.m.: I catch up on work. There’s always unfinished business from the busy days working with my team and clients. Several times during the week and every weekend, I get together with family and friends for dinner, to catch up on our lives and laugh together! Laughing is great medicine for me and many others.
10:30 p.m.: Most nights, I take a warm bath and take my supplements and medications. I apply my evening facial skin routine set up by my twin sister, my dermatologist. My skin care practice also includes Prime Facial Magic, a metabolically active cream that has a phenomenal impact on skin and internal function. I use the cream on my face, hands, and arms at night and repeat in the morning.
11 p.m.: After a bath, my energy will often recharge, and my creativity will kick in. I may catch up on a bit of writing or take time to do what I really love: read. In full transparency, I may jump on email and text one last time. Steven Colbert is a favorite to have on TV in the background. I am in my bed and fast asleep as soon as I close my eyes. I feel fortunate that I have always been able to go to sleep quickly.
6 – 6:30 a.m.: Wake up. I often get another burst of creativity in the early morning related to my work. Typically, my routine is to step outside to be exposed to light. I will walk our rescue Maltese, though mostly my partner Marc gets to Oliver first.
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