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Best Evening Routines to Succeed in Life

Updated on August 1, 2020
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Vikram Brahma is a Digitalpreneur, Author, Blogger, Writer, & YouTuber. He loves to write content & spend time working from home.

Introduction

There are many ways through which we can improve our life. Starting your day early is one of the best ways to achieve more success in life. After you know that you have spent your day well, it’s time to become active during evening hours. All we need three hours in the evening to spend in the best possible manner.

Do you know ways through which you can improve your productivity during twilight hours? Many people think that evening is the time to chill out, watch movies, eat and rest. But, highly successful people even use those hours for self-improvement. In this article, we are going to discuss how we can improve our life during that semi-darkness time.

So, let’s start and learn the best evening routines to succeed in life.

Readers are leaders
Readers are leaders

Read For Thirty Minutes

Many successful people like to read in the morning hours. But due to the heavy workload, they don’t get time to read books in the morning. So, they spend the evening reading the newspaper, blogs or even books. But they sure read sometime.

Even if I get a chance I like to read the newspaper. I usually don’t read the newspaper in the morning as it disturbs my thought process. Evening time is the best to enjoy reading a newspaper. I can check out the different news in detail. But I like to read news related to the national and international matter. I don’t read anything related to entertainers like filmstars. I enjoy reading about athletes and their career. I am a big fan of Usain Bolt.

Plan For The Next Day

One of the best things we can do to achieve more success in life is to plan for the next day. Planning is simple the process of what we are going to do next. If you want you can do daily planning or even you can go for a weekly plan.

But as per my observations, it is always better to plan for each day in advance. And trust me those who are working on their business or doing side hustle can plan much better. If you are working for someone else chances are you will face other issues even if you plan extremely well.

Evaluate Your Day

How was your day? Was it good, ok and maybe just fine? Do you ask this question to yourself at the end of the day? Do you feel relaxed knowing that you have done well? If you will not evaluate your day and see what good progress you have made against your task then you are missing something.

So, how can you evaluate our day? Well, it’s pretty simple, just cross-check with your plans and goals which you set for the day. If you have completed at least 80% to 90% of your task then certainly you have done well for the day. Also, see what else you can do to complete your task daily.

Exercise For Thirty Minutes

After doing all these mental tasks, don’t ignore the daily dose of exercise. We need to keep ourself in the best physical condition and for that, we need to do exercise. There are many forms of exercise and you can choose any one of them.

My simple and effective exercise is a daily dose of walking. I like to walk in the morning as well as in the evening. I just spend at least 30 to 40 minutes walking and I walk anywhere, there are no particular roads I travel. So, simply dress up and go out.

Chill out with family and friends
Chill out with family and friends

Spend Quality Time With Family And Friends

During sunset and at night don’t forget to chill out with friends and family. Spending quality time with loved ones is the best antidote for stress and anxiety. Remember it should be quality one not for smoking or drinking.

In today’s time when people are suffering due to corona and lockdown, try to use digital platforms. You will get dual benefits, you will enjoy technology and you will able to chat with your friends. Technology has reduced the distance between countries. So, use them wisely.

You can even go out with family and take dinner outside if the situation permits. Try to eat light and return on time and this should be done occasionally.

Conclusion

Other best two things you can do are go out for shopping and spend time to learn something new. If you will follow the above guidelines then you will need at least 3 hours daily to complete these tasks. Whatever you do, don’t forget to spend some quality time with your family. Help parents or wife to prepare food, you can wash utensils if she is preparing food for the family. It takes only 10 minutes to wash all the utensils. Before you sleep plan for the next day and you are good to rest.

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

© 2020 Vikram Brahma

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    • talesofvikram profile imageAUTHOR

      Vikram Brahma 

      12 months ago from Assam, India

      Hi, Liz, I am just learning and implementing things. But yes, I believe evening hours are also very important for self-improvement. Thanks for your comments.

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      Vikram Brahma 

      12 months ago from Assam, India

      Hi, Nikhil, thank you for sharing your comments on my article. I appreciate your feedback on my article. Yes, you have identified everything correctly. Yes, I always try to write in simple English, so any layman can understand. I try to write such that even 7th standard kid can enjoy and understand well.

      Yes, evening hours are also important and we can use them very wisely. Thank you, Nikhil for sharing your updates during the lockdown. Yes, we all did something similar and enjoyed listening to music.

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      Liz Westwood 

      12 months ago from UK

      It sounds like you have achieved a good balance for your evenings.

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      Nikhil Sharma 

      12 months ago from India

      Hi, Mr. Vikram. One of the many best things about your articles is readability. Because you write shorter sentences, your articles are extremely easy to read and understand by any layman. And this piece is not an exception.

      You've rightly emphasized the importance of the evening or semi-dark hours. A lot of people focus on morning routine and time. But evening time is also equally important for our health, body, and mood.

      During the months of complete lockdown, I used to play cricket on the terrace with my cousin's brother. After that, I spent some time with family or simply roaming around while listening to my favorite songs. Thanks for writing another useful article, Mr. Vikram. Keep sharing such valuable information with us.

    • talesofvikram profile imageAUTHOR

      Vikram Brahma 

      12 months ago from Assam, India

      Thank you, so much for your motivation.

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      Umesh Chandra Bhatt 

      12 months ago from Kharghar, Navi Mumbai, India

      Well presented. Nice reading.

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