Does anyone else struggle with sleep basically all of the time? I feel like we are living in an age where we never have time for it! With our phones pumping endless amounts of information to us at all times right next to us in bed and our head being full of the 50 side projects everyone seems to be working on these days it can be hard to switch off! I am working together with Leesa on this sponsered post to try and find a way to increase my quality of sleep. Self-care is another buzzword at the moment that we see everywhere but let’s face it, it can’t replace sleep! I have always been a night owl so in an ideal world I’d sleep from about 4am to 11pm but I don‘t think my work would be too happy, so trying to combat this natural instinct has proved to be a bit off an uphill struggle for me and often I am running on just a couple of hours sleep. I think it’s time I finally admit that a face mask and a bit of ‘me time’ isn’t going to make up for a deficit of sleep, so I am going to commit to self-care by sleep! Here is what I am trying out to finally get a good night’s sleep:
Reading for 30 minutes before bed
This post was written in return for a mattress from Leesa, all words and opinions are my own.