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4 Reasons Why Becoming Nocturnal Might Be For You

4 Reasons Why Becoming Nocturnal Might Be For You

Being nocturnal isn't always a fun, but sometimes it's helpful when you need it. Here's why being nocturnal might be for you!

Being nocturnal isn’t exactly praised, but if it’s part of who you are then you understand the benefits of it. If you really wish you were a little Nocturnal then here are some perks to be that way. Not that going to bed early and doing things like a normal human is bad, but if you struggle with sleep this is what you could be doing instead.  

4 Reasons why Becoming Nocturnal might be for you

1. It’s peaceful at Night. 

The nights tend to be way nicer than the day. If you really enjoy peace and quiet, then becoming nocturnal is for you. It’s so soothing to have the window open, and just take in the silence of the night, maybe even pick up a book and read it aloud. Fill the silence however you like, but this is a beautiful time for it. It helps you feel more in touch with your surroundings and most importantly the outside world at night. Maybe even keep your eyes peeled for the little hedgehogs on their adventures. 

4 Reasons why Becoming Nocturnal might be for you

2. You don’t have to get dressed. 

Getting dressed can be a challenge sometimes. You’ve got to look presentable to the outside world, and you don’t want to look terrible. So being in our PJs in the best way to relax and live your best life in those PJs. 

4 Reasons why Becoming Nocturnal might be for you

3. It allows you to explore your creativity 

It said that at night you really explore your creativity as it’s almost like your remove that cap on your mind. Explore your mind more freely and stay up one night and see if you feel the same. When you’re more of a creative person I feel that staying up late really helps you, and it’s almost like you don’t feel as much pressure to do things as you do in the day. If you’re productive at night, you’ve still been productive, and maybe even got more done than you usually would do in the day time. 

4. Conversation 

I think that past 1am, all conversations become way more than just normal conversations. Whether it’s your partner, or your housemate, try and get into each other’s minds and get to know each other more. Maybe even create a night project for both of you to do together. Nocturnal can be a new adventure for you. Maybe take a long walk together or a night drive with some chill music. Use the peaceful nights to your advantage.  

You can’t just become nocturnal overnight, but sometimes It does just happen from irregular sleeping patterns. If you’re a student, then you’re probably already nocturnal but maybe you’re using your time incorrectly. Regardless of what time you go to bed, you’re always going to be exhausted in class so explore the evening. Try and delve into your mind. Maybe meditate, or even try some yoga. It can help if you have long projects or challenging university assignments. Time at night to get your creative juices flowing is usually a really good advantage to have. I am quite the night owl, and I find it harder to work in the day time than in the evening. If you’re struggling to concentrate, then this lifestyle change might even be for you. Another perk of being nocturnal, you can organise everything! 

Are you Nocturnal? Do you wish you were? Let’s talk about the pros and cons of being nocturnal and how it has helped you or maybe even made things harder. Tell me in the comments about your love-hate relationship with it! If you’re a morning person, let’s talk about that too. Do you enjoy it? What do you love about mornings? Let’s have a long discussion about it all. Go, go, go!

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