Some of us are getting it, but some of us are simply not getting enough…
I once prided myself on being able to function on very little sleep. Getting up early for daily exercise and at my desk for a 0630 start, then crawling in from a bar late at night to begin the cycle all over again (it was the 00’s!). We haven’t quite got both children to sleep alone in their beds yet, I’m often wedged in-between babies and Duplo on a tiny children’s mattress. But that’s not the only thing that causing me sleepless nights, so I’m setting myself 3 new guidelines to follow:
#1. Less caffeine, and my last cup at around 4pm.
#2. Less bedroom clutter, I tend to pile up washed clothes on the bed ready to be ironed the next day. Now everything is placed in baskets out the way, setting the mood so that I can just get into bed.
#3. Less screen time, this is going to be the toughest one, no phones after 8pm!
It’s a work in progress, but it’s a start. What are your tips for getting a good nights sleep?
📸 @helencathcart for @archdigest