In these the darkest days of the year I've been working on improving my sleep. The feeling of waking up fully rested is incredible!
I thought I had life under control. A slightly insane thought - since i was doing exactly the same thing as before, but expecting a new result...
I'm not sleeping well. In order to sleep better, I'm going to sleep boot camp.
The brains ability to create automated tasks and habits can be of great help. When it works.
Sometimes looking after myself means giving myself time to listen to my inner voices.
I've been living with fatigue syndrome since 2005. These are a few of the important things I've learned in that time.
My life is uncharacteristically filled with social events at the moment. That means I need to take extra time to recharge. Time to disconnect.
When I was running through life, towards my fatigue syndrome, I lost all sense of life's rhythm. Living by my own natural rhythms makes life much more simple and joyful.
Lack of sleep affects your body and mind negatively. For me, lack of sleep also triggers my fatigue syndrome. I've found a way to sleep better.