Last night, I did something rare. I washed the dishes before retiring.
Usually whatever dishes in the sink are obliged to wait until after breakfast in the morning, but perhaps it would be more cheery to wake up to a clean kitchen instead of a cluttered one?
Perhaps if I change my routine, wash dishes twice a day instead of once life may actually become simpler, despite seeming like more work?
One benefit would be that I would not have to wash certain items before cooking breakfast in the morning, such as my measuring cup, spatula or skillet. That would save time in morning preparation, as I do not wish to have more pots and pans than I actually need.
I’m going to try it for a few days and see what happens. It definitely cannot hurt, and would be a great habit to start.