Blog Carnival: Sleep And Wellbeing – The Results

It is now time to close the Sleep and Wellbeing blog carnival and share with you the results 😊. I have thoroughly enjoyed collaborating with these amazing entrepreneurs on this topic, and I am very grateful for the experience. I hope that you will enjoy reading their articles, which I have personally found full of good advice. I have implemented some of these tips straight away!   

Without further ado, here are the participating articles, in order to publication:

Sleep deprivation stories – Sophie Frey

The first article is Sleep Deprivation Stories by Sophie Frey. Sophie’s website is currently under construction, so she participated as a guest on my blog. In this article, Sophie takes us on a journey,  and shares with us a few key moments, what she learnt from them and how she implemented changes. If you want to know more about the importance of your circadian rhythm, this is the article to read. Sophie runs a small consultancy firm that helps small business owners in their journey to true potential and possibilities.

Get Better Sleep using Feng Shui – Ambila Nath

The second article is Get Better Sleep using Feng Shui by Ambila Nath. In this article, Ambila teaches us how to use the universal energy around us to help us get a great night’s sleep, using the centuries old art of Feng Shui. After reading this article, I went straight to my bedroom to check what was under my bed. I bet you will do the same! Ambila is a spiritual lifestyle coach. In her words, she is a serial entrepreneur, certified coach, spiritual teacher, international speaker (paid) and a follower of her passions. I will soon be interviewing Ambila on finding clarity and confidence when you are feeling low. Watch this space!

Full Body Scan Meditation For Better Sleep

The third participation was mine 😊. I created a simple Full Body Scan Meditation For Better Sleep. It does what it says on the tin! This is a simple guided meditation of 17 minutes that you can listen to before bed to help you fall asleep or when you feel tired during the day to feel rested. It is also excellent to help you quiet the mind when you feel stressed or overwhelmed, as long as you can find a place where you can lie down for 20 minutes and not be disturbed!   

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Sleep And Peri-Menopause: The Elusive Dance – Angela Warm

In the last article Sleep And Peri-Menopause: The Elusive Dance – Angela Warm – Warm Wellness, Angela shares with us brilliant insights about a topic not discussed often enough. I have learned a lot from reading it and Angela gives some simple, easy to implement tips on how to improve your sleep. Angela is an environmental scientist turned Seasonal Health Coach. Expat mom….obsessed with helping other women navigate the seasons with ease. I will also be interviewing Angela in a few weeks on the topic of how seasons can affect your energy and mental health.

Try these simple hacks and let me know how you get on

I would love to know your hacks for better sleep. What works well for you? I’d love to hear your stories. Let me know in the comments.

A warm thank you to Sophie, Ambila and Angela for participating in what was my first, but my last, blog carnival!

And remember, happiness is a choice, and you are in charge!

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