Studied Political Science at Duquesne University.
Highest Honors Graduate in Fitness and Nutrition from Stratford Career Institute.
Self-Taught Make-Up Artist.
Loves Her Loved Ones.
Published October 20th 2020
You do not have to just lay there
This is a list of ways to help you get some rest, especially at night. I have included a few I personally practice.
Go to your happy place Close your eyes and think of a place you would love to be. As examples, you are at a cottage, maybe the beach, maybe another country? What is so enticing and intriguing?
Whether you count sheep or simply just count, counting over and over just might wear you out.
Deep breaths - Inhale/exhale When you take deep breaths, this soothes your body and is very calming.
Listen to music/watch a DVD/read a book/listen to an audiobook/YouTube Get lost in resources that are just waiting for you to use. For example, learn something.
Play some white noise - such as a fan Personally, I use a box fan, ceiling fan, tower fan and YouTube smoking cessation music, which you can listen to whether you smoke or not.
Use an essential oil diffuser Essential oil diffusers have been on the market for a while now so the cost has dropped. If you do not have an essential oil diffuser, you should really shop for one.
Have a cup of coffee or a cup of tea You may not believe it but some people have a cup of coffee or a cup of tea when unable to go to bed. Personally, I make a mocha.
Take a free online course
There are many free online courses. All you need to do is simply search.
Write a letter Do you have a loved one you have not communicated with forever?
Exercise Are you too busy during the day to exercise? Now you can!
Pack a lunch/food prep for a few days worth of meals
Save yourself some money, get creative and healthy.
Challenge yourself to save money!
I only suggest LED candles. Dim your lights and turn LED candles on.