Hello again, folks!
Having rested up from my vacation, it’s time to do my sleep check-in for the month of July. During my last check-in, I set the goal of hitting my sleep target at least 10 times in the month.
Let’s see how I did:
July proved to be a good month for sleep! I hit my target 11 times out of 31 days, or 35%. This is the best I have achieved since I started tracking my sleep at the start of the year.
Having said that, I do want to provide some context that will dampen the accomplishment a bit. The blocks of sleep at the start and end of the month (6-days) were during vacation periods – the start of the month was the Canada Day long weekend, and the block of time at the end were when I took 2-weeks off from my jobs and went to the cottage with my fiancee. Because she took time off, we both were able to sleep in and get lots of rest.
This means that had I not had that time off from work, I would likely have only hit my target around 5-6 times, which goes against my stated aim last month of hitting my sleep goals by being more mindful and intentional with my bedtimes.
So, while I can celebrate this month of more concentrated rest, I have to keep in mind that my habits themselves have not changed around sleep.
Therefore, I will keep my target going, and I will aim to hit my goal another 10-times in August. This will be a better measure of whether I can keep the trend going strong.
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