Hey! I'm Kate, a holistic health and lifestyle coach. I practice nutritional healing and a total body approach to wellness. I believe we always have the ability to make healthy choices and design our lifestyle.

Meet Kate







How To Build A Healthy Night-Time Routine

Who needs to work on their sleep hygiene?⁣ I underestimated the power of sleep for SO long and I had no interest in building a healthy night-time routine.

I was getting to bed at around 10-11pm and figured six hours of sleep each night was a solid effort….

Ohhh boy was I wrong. I needed at least 2 coffees to start my day and I was absolutely EXHAUSTED come 4pm.


It’s like charging your battery each night. ⁣ If you don’t get enough quality sleep it’s like waking up at 75% battery each day. ⁣

This affects everything:

  • Sleep
  • Mood
  • Hormones (stress, hunger and reproductive)
  • Focus
  • Digestion⁣

(Just to name a few!)

As a fellow anxiety warrior, I know first hand how poor sleep shuts down the whole park. ⁣

So I decided it was about time I developed my own bedtime routine so I could finally get a good night’s sleep and wake up with boundless energy – no stimulants required!

It took a bit of experimenting, but I’m proud to say I’ve become a routine QUEEN lately!

Try this checklist consistently for 2 weeks and come back to let me know how it’s working. ⁣

My 6-step healthy night-time routine

  • Keep your room cool (around 65F/18C is recommended)
  • Cut screen time 30 mins before bed
  • Read 10-15 minutes before bed
  • Take a warm shower or bath
  • Apply essential oil like lavender or cedarwood, or use natural supplements like ashwagandha and lemon balm to help with insomnia.
  • Sleep with your phone in another room


Motivated Morning


The key to a healthy night-time routine is getting to bed early!

I don’t know about you, but I feel so much more productive when I get an early start.⁣

I want to share with you the same steps I recommend to my clients because it WORKS!⁣

I had one client tell me yesterday that she’s been waking up before her alarm for the last week!⁣

It’s SUPER important to keep this up on the weekends. When you stay out or wake up late two days in a row it makes waking up early Monday morning so much harder because it throws off your circadian rhythm. ⁣

Getting your sleep routine in check makes a world of difference to your clarity, energy, and productivity.

How to wake up earlier

  • Go to bed 30 minutes earlier tonight
  • Set your alarm 30 minutes earlier tomorrow morning
  • Maintain this for a week
  • Then increase to an hour earlier
  • Maintain or modify as needed


And there you go! If you want more pointers on how to OWN your mornings and an in-depth, step-by-step guide to creating your perfect morning routine, check out my FREE download, The Motivated Morning! It has helped DOZENS of women claim back their ‘me’ time and set themselves up for a successful day.

Sweet dreams! 😴💞⁣


Liked this post? Pin it for later! 📍

The Ultimate Night Time Routine





  1. […] got to a point where I realized I was no longer able to “wake up and wing it”. I needed a routine that allowed me to take the time to center myself and start my day […]

  2. […] up in the middle of the night and struggling to go back to sleep is a sign of high cortisol levels – a common symptom of over […]

  3. […] often-overlooked factor in saying satisfied on a plant-based diet is getting enough sleep and managing yo’ stress! When you’re tired the brain BEGS for glucose for energy, which can be […]

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *