Uhm. Well, yes. I guess I do. But the thing is: I don't really HAVE a "going to bed" ritual. So, true to my form- I over analyzed the conversation to death and had some thoughts.
Think about when you wake up after a night of partying. What's the first thing that comes to mind? "What did I DO last night??" You immediately think about all the horrible things you did and what the LAST thing you did before falling asleep was.
The truth is, I do this every morning when I wake up. I'm not partying every night, but I still think: what was the LAST thing I did before I lost consciousness? Think about it- you've been out cold for 8 hours. Your mind will want to know what the last thing it consciously did was. This is natural, and I bet that most of you do it, too. If the first thing I remember is a Taco Bell binge or a cabinet raid, then that becomes my first thought of the day. So... My day starts off with self-loathing and negative thoughts. That is not conducive to having a great day, now is it!?
From now on, I will do something very good for me right before I go to bed. I want to wake up to good, positive thoughts. It could be 3 push-ups, or a cup of tea- doesn't matter, as long as it's good for me.
I also want to make sure I am starting my day off with positive actions, to get me going on the path for a day I can autograph at the end.
A good hearty healthy breakfast:
A sunrise walk.
You get the point. Sleep good, wake up good.