Not sleeping? You’re not alone. In today’s podcast Meagan and Sarah offer helpful tips for making it through the day when your nights are long and, uh, eventful. Whether you have a new baby, a kid with bad dreams, or a struggle with insomnia yourself, we’re here to help. (If we could bring coffee, we’d do that too.)
- Coping Tips for Sleep-Deprived Moms (Sarah’s article for The Happiest Home that contains the tips we discuss)
- Episode 33: (Totally Not Overwhelming) Health & Wellness Advice
- Episode 20: Routines For A Happy Mom Life
- What our friend Kelsey from The Girl Next Door podcast learned from her sleep coach (rising*shining)
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William Dodson q says
Hi, my name is William and I LOVE listening to your podcast, it’s probably what I most look forward to in the week. Keep doing what your doing!
Maggie Wilson says
Hello! I’m a couple of months behind in listening to your show, so I apologize that this comment is a bit outdated. Something that has helped me immensely during the afternoon, when I feel the most tired, is listening to a short guided meditation. It relaxes me enough that sometimes I’ll even fall asleep for a few minutes at the end of the meditation. Afterward, I truly feel more energized and focused to move through the rest of my day. I’m definitely a beginner when it comes to meditation, so the free guided meditations that are available on YouTube and through an app called Calm have been perfect for me. Just wanted to share! Thanks for your continual work producing this awesome show!
Sarah Powers says
Hey friend! You know, this might actually work for me. I’ve tried doing short meditation sessions in the morning before the kids are up but 1) I want my coffee right away and it just gets cold sitting there while I breathe 🙂 2) If I wait until after coffee I’m too caffeinated 3) My brain just moves so fast in the am. I like the Calm app too. Thanks for the suggestion!