3 quick things…

I’ve got a little something for everyone today!

1) First, if you’re the parent of a baby or toddler who seems to be “hooked” on fruit juice, cookies, or other sweets, check out this free resource:

The One-Day Sweet Tooth Cure

Warning: You’ll think the part where I recommend feeding your toddler chocolate for breakfast is crazy, but trust me on this one. It works like a charm! (It’s a free download, no opt-in required.)

2) Next up: A quick sleep tip.

As we close in on the end of February, I’ve noticed that the sun is starting to come up a little earlier in the mornings.

For those of you with light sleepers in the house… BEWARE!

Even tiny changes in the amount of light entering your child’s room can be enough to trigger an early wake-up.

The solution?

Keep their rooms DARK. Buy some blackout blinds, hang heavy blankets over the windows, or you can even tape cardboard boxes to the windows. The darker, the better. (If your child sleeps better with a little light in the room, use a nightlight, since this is something you can control!)

And if your child still isn’t sleeping through the night, check this out:

Get Baby Sleeping 11+ Hours

3) Last, but not least: Your future!

If you’re currently on maternity leave… or between jobs… or just looking to make a career change, this might be the perfect fit for you:

The Greatest Job In The World

That’s where you’ll find out more information on becoming a Certified Sleep Sense Consultant. It’s a tremendously rewarding career that lets you earn a great income and fits around YOUR family’s schedule.

Plus, you get to make a real difference in the lives of parents and their children — by teaching them how to get their children sleeping through the night!

There are only 4 spaces left in my upcoming training, which starts April 13th, so if you’re interested, clicking below is the first step:

The Greatest Job In The World

Ok, that’s it for today!

To happy families,



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