Are you a peacemaker or an agitator?
Every individual has the ability to be either a peacemaker or an agitator.
In this time of global tragedy, I am calling upon the peacemakers.Read More
This week, let our mindful mantra be: “I GRACIOUSLY LISTEN”.
We can practice compassion towards others through gracious listening.Read More
What are the four secrets to wire your brain for happiness?Read More
Why am I doing this? For those of you who follow along on my website or on social media as a part of our Global Mindful Living Community, you’ve probably seen one theme coming up over and over again.
Clients are complaining to me about feeling tired and stressed. They may have anxiety, depression or maybe just feel tired for no reason at all.
An underlying important cause of all of these issues is chronic sleep deprivation.
Does that sound familiar? I know. I’m also guilty as charged. We are managing full-work schedules and trying to fit in our personal lives on the side. And unfortunately for many of us, sleep takes the back seat.
Does this sound like you?
- You have difficulty falling asleep at night because thoughts are racing in your head
- You fall asleep just fine. You maybe drank some wine or took a sleeping pill, but you wake up in the middle of the night and you can’t fall back asleep.
- You feel asleep just fine. You stayed asleep fine. In fact, you probably even slept a full 8 to 10 hours, but you’re still extremely tired.
If any of these scenarios sound like you, I welcome you to try the 7 Day Sleep Challenge.
These challenges are based on proven techniques in cognitive behavior therapy, brain science and mindfulness to help you sleep better.
I call it a challenge for a reason. I am actually challenging some conventional habits that you have developed and clung onto that are probably not serving your sleep schedule well. I spread out these sleep hygiene techniques over 7 days because I’m asking you to try one every day. If you can hang in for 7 days, I promise you that you’ll sleep more soundly, wake up more energized, and feel improvement of anxiety, depression and stress symptoms.
Last but not least, please know I have been holding an intention for our entire Global Living Community that as you lay your head down on your pillow, you welcome sleep every night. Just breathe.
We welcome sleep,
The time of year is upon us, back to school stress and for others realizing that empty nest syndrome is a pain like no other. Several of my friends sent children off to college, and they find themselves alone for the first time in 18 years. I watched feeling like a helpless friend, silently praying for the parents and jumping for joy for their children’s dreams.Read More