Posts Tagged ‘Rest’

Struggling to Sleep? 5 Habits to Get You Dreaming

My alarm clock glared 1:30am again. Ugh! Why could I not sleep through the night like my husband? As a recovering insomniac, I’ve tried it all. Sleep and I have not been friends for years. With the stress of the last few years weighing on us, many people are now struggling with sleeping through the night for the first time. I can fully relate! These 5 things are not full proof, but they are what… … Continue reading

Why is Self-Care So Difficult?

How are you taking care of you right now?  It’s a question that’s always asked with good intentions. If you have children, or have a lot going on at work, or are taking care of a sick loved one like I am, you may have gotten the question at some point. Others can see you’re stressed and want to make sure you’re finding time to do something just for you. They may go as far as… … Continue reading

Finding Rest From Anxiety with Jon Seidl

If you are ready to find some rest from your anxiety, this conversation is for you! Jon Seidl is a professional storyteller who decided it was time to share his own story after being diagnosed with anxiety and OCD. Jon has worked with Kirk Cameron, Glen Beck, and even Chip Gaines. Jon’s #1 bestselling book, “Finding Rest: A Survivor’s Guide to Navigating the Valleys of Anxiety, Faith, and Life” shares the hope in a diagnosis… … Continue reading

The Way You Sleep Says More About You Than You Realize

The way to sleep can actually reveal things about your personality! Comment and tell us if your sleep position gets your personality right! The Fetal Position This is the protection sleeping position, typical for how babies are positioned in the womb and is actually how most people sleep. It says you are ready to take on the world when you wake up. These sleepers are typically introverted and like to protect themselves emotional. They are… … Continue reading