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Think of all the beauty still left around you and be happy. - Anne Frank ~ 1/22/18
Great info. Thanks
Having a fitness tracker--does this step for you.
I hope starting the sleep diary again helps. Sleeping 3.5 to 4 hours has gotten real old.
I sleep pretty well but I do have a least two bad nights of sleep a week. Maybe I should keep a sleep diary
I've never kept any kind of a journal but I'm going to keep my first on now.
Starting to today. It should definitely help me out to see what I'm doing wrong!
gonna start the journal tonight
I'm not much of a journal person - will give it a try.
I will start my sleep journal today.
I joined today because I wanted to give this program a chance. Although journaling will take time, I think it will help me pinpoint some things I am not aware of that keep me from sleep. So, here goes.
I really want to get a Jawbone Up band or FitBit that can track quality of sleep. I have some crazy dreams and even though I go to bed early enough, I wonder if I'm getting enough quality sleep. I also just started reading a book about sleep called Dreamland by David K. Randall.
Wonderful tips, I look foreword to doing this challenge and to see where I'm going wrong in getting to sleep. Sometimes I'm up until 4am!
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