Let’s face it. We’re all trying to do more things. There’s an opportunity cost to everything we do. Golf is in the tank: ”it takes too long.” Poker Club? ”Can’t make it this month.”
Sauna time takes priority and gets fit in where it can. Some folks like a morning sauna, perhaps after their work out. Others enjoy the centuries old tradition of a Saturday evening sauna, where time passes slowly, unwinding and stretching out during multiple sauna rounds with family and friends. Still, others have found an incredibly satisfying vibe with the Friday Happy Hour Sauna. And nothing wrong with a sauna and nap as a prep for a night on the town.
However, an 8 pm weeknight sauna session may just be the most ideal time:
- young kids are tucked quietly in bed.
- spouse is settled in on the couch sipping warm tea and immersed in her book.
- family dinner is far enough in the rear view mirror.
- a 2 or 2 1/2 hour sauna session can roll along peacefully, unrushed, then
- one can slip under the covers and in bed by 10:30. A smile knowing that 7 or 8 hours of uninterrupted sleep is upon us.