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Winding Down



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Rob Estrada
Rob Estrada
Jun 26

Great advice as always Michael, I definitely subscribe to removing all things that may cause you anxiety the day before a shoot, so far so good. I show up to set rested and relaxed, ready to do the work.

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Christopher Buckner
Christopher Buckner
Jun 24

I've only had one experience, but I remember getting to bed early the night before, probably with the help of some Zanax :)

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David Wandelt
David Wandelt
Jun 24

Tiny tip: Keep a notebook/tablet or piece of paper on your nightstand. If you’re awake and thinking of things you mustn’t forget, turn on the light, write them down and immediately turn the light back off. I’ve used this many times and it works like a charm!

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Renée Stork
Renée Stork
Jun 24

There’s an excellent podcast called “nothing much happens.“ It is the best podcast I have found for sleep stories and it is completely free. I researched a lot about sleep stories and listened to many. This is the number one podcast I recommend. I’ve had trouble with insomnia on nights I don’t have a shoot the next day, and I’ve found “Nothing Much Happens” is one of the best ways to wind down. I have tried herbal teas, Ashwaganda, melatonin , weighted blankets, blackout curtains & screens off two hours before bedtime, but nothing has worked as well as this particular podcast and the sleep stories they write and voice. I wouldn’t wait until the night before your shoot to…

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