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Good Night

What is your thing that you usually do, right before you go to sleep? I put my phone away from me and put it in charge, than I put a vinly record into the record player and sing myself to sleep (in my head, not loud singing haha). Tho this routin is my ideal one, but can not manage it every single night.
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I always wash my face and put rosehip oil on my face and neck turn out the lights than lay in bed and think/daydream until I fall asleep
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