I'm happy that I was born some 20 years ago and as a kid, had almost zero screentime (something that isn't true for kids in today's time). Sleeping on time and waking up early was something natural for me, when no one really told me to do so.
I had my own morning routines and rituals that I used to practice unconsciously. I remember I liked my balcony so much, that I would just stand there taking in fresh air and sunrise was just a side happening, so I used to start my day watching this 'side happening' and taking deep breaths. And with time I started appreciating absorbing these powerful first rays of the day.
Me as a 9 years old back then didn't know terms like mindfulness, meditation or living in the moment, but I was actually practicing that. Again at night, it was another favorite hobby of mine to talk to the moon, nobody really taught me that, it was just a natural practice again.
This time I had a lot going in my head unlike the morning times, and I used to share these thoughts and feelings and dreams with the moon! (Why can't I be a kid again). And after this session with the moon, I used to feel so relieved. Basically this session included remembering all the things I did during the day, people I met, how they made me feel and so on. And then letting all these thoughts go away before I sleep.
As a young adult now I realize how important these things were, starting the day with a blank canvas, and then releasing everything at night to be able to start afresh the next day.