Lounging back on your freshly washed sheets, you rest your head on a memory foam pillow. The room is peaceful. Both the bed and the air are at your perfect temperatures. There is no ringing phone, no neighbor’s dog barking, no kids in the room who need your attention. There’s also nothing you’ll need to get up for, so you won’t have to sit up fretting.
That’s the perfect night for sleeping, right? If you had that feeling every night, you’d never have to worry about not being able to rest, correct?
But I’ll bet that doesn’t usually happen.
Instead, do your evenings often include one or more of the following?
It’s too hot.
It’s too cold.
You have to be at work (affiliate link) tomorrow.
You have to be at work at 9am tomorrow for your yearly evaluation.
The kid is sick. Pukey sick.
If you can get 2 hours of rest in between the memory of the time you were 2 days late on that project and the fact that you HAVE to remember to call your mother, you’ll be lucky.
What if I told you I knew a secret to help you feel rested every day, even if your nights are all too short and filled with distractions?
You’re in luck! Here I am:
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