How To Get Better Sleep

Do you lie awake at night, unable to sleep and then wake up tired?

In today’s email 🧙

● How to get better quality sleep.

● No matter your age, appreciate it. You will never be that age again.


Are you an insomniac? Do you lie awake at night, unable to sleep and then wake up tired?

Maybe you've been staring at the ceiling, counting imaginary sheep, and wondering if you'll ever get a solid night's sleep?

Here's the scoop on how to level up your sleep game:

1. Make Your Bedtime Sacred

Treat your bedtime like a VIP event. Set a consistent sleep schedule, and honor it like it's the hottest ticket in town. Your body loves routines.

2. Create a Sleep Oasis

Your bedroom should be a haven of tranquility. Think comfy pillows, cozy blankets, and blackout curtains. Make it a place you can't wait to snuggle into.

3. Tech Timeout

Ditch the screens an hour before bedtime. The blue light messes with your body's melatonin production, making it harder to catch those ZZZs. Swap the phone for a good old-fashioned book or a chill playlist.

4. Mind Your Munchies

Snacking before bed? Go for sleep-inducing treats like nuts, cherries, or a small turkey sandwich.

5. Lights Out, Literally

Dim the lights as bedtime approaches. Your body takes cues from darkness, and it'll thank you by dialing down the alertness.

6. Drown Out the Noise

If street sounds or your neighbor's late-night guitar sessions are ruining your sleep fiesta, consider some white noise or earplugs. Silence is golden, my friends.

7. Kick Stress to the Curb

Stress is the ultimate sleep saboteur. Try journaling, meditating, or doing a brain dump of worries before bedtime. Your pillow is for dreaming, not stressing.

Quote 📝

The best bridge between despair and hope is a good night's sleep.

E. Joseph Cossman

Book Pearl 📚

Genuine interest in others

Listen: Instead of waiting for your turn to speak, truly listen to others. Understand their perspectives, concerns, and aspirations. People appreciate when they feel heard and understood.

Show Empathy: Put yourself in others' shoes to understand their feelings and viewpoints.

Remember Names: Carnegie stresses the importance of remembering and using people's names. A person's name is a powerful and personal aspect of their identity, and using it demonstrates respect and genuine interest.

How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie

Just Some Thoughts 💭

● We seem to spend the first half of our lives wishing we were older and the second half wishing we were younger. Can't we just appreciate the age we are now? So no matter your age, appreciate it. You will never be that age again!

● The best ideas always seem to come to us in the shower. Why is that?