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This is a fantastic post. I don't sleep enough, and it's no one's fault by my own. That makes me sad sometimes -- does it say something about my self-perception that I'm apparently unwilling to give myself the sleep that would be beneficial to me?


Sherry, I hope you had a nice weekend! I really like this post as well; I've known it to be true for some time, but I so often sacrifice sleep for other things (sometimes just as satisfying, other times not . . .). New resolution is to focus more on getting enough rest. I like to do some reading before sleeping. And I'm one of those people who usually can't fall asleep right away after the lights are off, so I usually lie there and think about my day, or else other things that have been on my mind. It really IS a good time to check in with myself.


A pre-sleep ritual that's good for the spirit is to think of ten things that happened today or about the day that you are grateful for. If you believe in God, then you can thank Her/Him/It for these things. If you don't, thank the universe, life force, or just say thank you.

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