What is your evening routine?
I don't have any absolutely concrete routines in my life, but I do tend to get my (15-20 minute, body weight resistance and stretch focused) workout in sometime between dinner and sleep, and about an hour before hitting the hay, I turn off all the lights, set aside my phone, and read on my (dimly lit) Kindle till I crash.
How long have you kept it for?
Oh, I probably started the lights off thing about four years ago. There have been iterations of it for ages, though, with a more rigid routine back when I lived in LA, and this more travel-centric (and therefore flexible) version emerging after I left to start traveling full-time.
Have you changed it recently? If so, how?
I tend to take 20 minutes a day to sit and do nothing but stare at the wall and think. I find that doing this sometime before dinner works a lot better than right after my workout (as I was doing until a few years ago), as it keeps me from having that 'mind spinning out of control and can't stop thinking so I can sleep' thing when I close my eyes after reading
What time do you usually go to sleep?
It completely depends on where I'm living: the local climate, culture, my projects while there, etc all influence the timing. I'm in Istanbul at the moment, and halfway through a tour of Europe, and last night I went to sleep at about 10pm. At the beginning of the trip, in Oslo, I didn't crash until maybe 1am.
What temperature do you usually sleep in?
It varies based on where I'm staying, but when I have the option, I prefer it to be a little chilly and to have access to warm blankets.
Do you do something to make your morning easier? If so, what?
Not really. If I have to be up for a flight or something, I'll usually wake up an hour or two earlier than most sane people would, because I don't like to feel rushed when heading out the door. 99.99% of the time, though, I don't set alarms and as such wake up naturally. No tricks needed when you're well-rested.