How do some of the most successful people in the world wind down after a busy day?
But others have set up specific bedtime rituals.
Here are the evening routines of 11 successful individuals, including Oprah Winfrey, Jeff Bezos, and Mark Zuckerberg:
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg tucks his kids in
Every night, the Facebook CEO tucks his daughter Max in with a traditional Jewish prayer, the "Mi Shebeirach," The Huffington Post reported. It's likely the tradition still continues, given Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla recently welcomed another daughter, August.
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg enjoys some 'bad TV'
The Facebook COO sometimes unwinds by catching a few episodes of "bad TV," before turning off her phone and heading to bed, according to her post on Quora.
Microsoft founder Bill Gates washes the dishes...
The richest man in the world has a very specific bedtime routine.
After dinner, he always washes the dishes, even if other people volunteer. Gates told Reddit users that he likes the way he washes the dishes.
Then, CNBC reported the Microsoft founder likes to read for an hour, to help himself fall asleep.
... And so does Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos
The CEO of Amazon shares a habit with Gates -; he likes to wash the dishes, too.
"I'm pretty convinced it's the sexiest thing I do," he once told Business Insider Editor-in-Chief Henry Blodget.
Intuit CEO Brad Smith catches a show with his family
The Intuit CEO finishes the day by eating dinner with his family and watching a TV show before bed, Business Insider reported.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai spends time with his family
The Google CEO has emphasized achieving a work-life balance in the past. Back in 2015, Pichai promised to be home every night in time to put his kids to bed himself, Buzzfeed reported.
Thrive Global founder Arianna Huffington sets herself up for a night of quality sleep
Since founding Thrive Global, Huffington has become a major advocate for proper sleep hygiene and wellness in general.
According to Huffington's book "The Sleep Revolution," her bedtime ritual includes "'escorting' her electronic devices out of her room," a hot bath, and a soothing cup of chamomile or lavender tea. Huffington caps the night off by writing down a list of things she's grateful for.
Media mogul Oprah Winfrey meditates
Every night, Winfrey takes some time to meditate before bed, according to CNBC.The Huffington Post reported she is a supporter of Transcendental Meditation, a practice favored by executives and Wall Streeters.
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