As parents, we’re responsible for work and household chores and raising children, so often sleep is the very last thing on our list of priorities. Many of us can become tired and overwhelmed with the marathon that life with young children can be, but what a lot of us don’t realize is that if we move sleep up on our list, we might actually feel better! Being rested gives us more energy and improves our mood, which in turn helps us get more accomplished during the day (and cheerfully, too!).
Tips for making sleep one of your New Year’s resolutions: The six-week challenge!
Setting the Mood
If you’re not used to getting to bed at a reasonable hour every night, you might need some help. Just like children have a bath and a story to relax them before they go to bed, adults can benefit from a routine too. Here are some things you can do to help yourself get ready to fall asleep.
Good luck! I’m willing to bet that after trying this for 6 weeks, you will feel better and want to stick to the program. By getting enough sleep every night, you’re giving yourself the gift of good health and happiness and the ability to take on all those exciting daily challenges.
Oh, and if the real reason you’re tired all the time is because you have to get up 2 or 3 times a night with your baby or toddler, make sure to check out The Sleep Sense Program. It gives you everything you need to get your child sleeping 11 – 12 hours straight through the night!
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