In order to be grateful for waking, we need to have received the gift of sleep. Sleep is a built-in process of renewal; it not only gives us the energy to get through the next day, but also strengthens our immune system, enabling us to learn better and improving our emotional state.
In appreciation of the gift of sleep, let’s explore our sleep habits and learn how to improve them.
To test your sleep habits, check out this Sleep Habits Assessment.
For six practical tips on how to improve your sleep, check out Matt Walker’s TED talk:
-Think of a time that you were especially grateful for the gift of sleep. How can you express that gratitude and incorporate it into your self-care process?