Maximising your sleep and self care: for mothers

You are invited to join me and Stacy Moore (http://www.innercircles.org.uk/thenestingcoach) for a 45 minute webinar (plus time for Q&A), where we will cover some essential tips and tools for maximising sleep and self care for mothers. We are really looking forward to having you on this webinar. During this online session, we will go through: – the short and long …

Managing short-term sleep problems in times of stress and worry

You are invited to join me for a 30 minute webinar (plus time for Q&A), where I will cover some essential tips and tools for dealing with stress, worry and sleep. In times like these when the world is globally impacted by so much bad news, of course levels of fear, worry and anxiety increase. We already know that these …

How to rate signs of tiredness?

Accepting tiredness as ‘the new normal’ is something I talk about with my clients often. And a really common question I get is, “How much tiredness is normal?” It’s really a cultural problem, and we hear every day, “Oh I’m fine, I’m just tired.” Just recently a client told me that they didn’t think they were very tired, or that …

World Sleep Day 2020

If you’ve been reading my articles for a while, then you probably have heard me talk about World Sleep Day before. I enjoy it every year as it’s a chance to raise awareness of all the health, life stlye and career-related issues around our sleep quality. Each year’s World Sleep Day has a theme to focus on, and 2020’s is …

The Sleep Show 2020

I’m delighted to share that I will be at The Sleep Show again this March 7th, just ahead of World Sleep Day. With these two events so close together it gives me a wonderful opportunity to reach more people with my work, and share more awareness of the importance of sleep, not just for energy and productivity, but for living …

Do men and women approach sleep differently?

This is quite a fascinating topic. Each and every one of us sleeps a little differently – but I love the topic of gender differences in sleep. I see these differences sometimes when I work with couples. I feel it’s important to say that today’s topic is more of a fun one for me. I’m basing this on what I’ve …

Sleep problems, insomnia and anxiety

Here’s a question to consider… What comes first; anxiety or sleep problems? When I work with clients who experience both anxiety and sleep disturbances, they will often ask me which of these two things to start working on first. It can feel like a ‘chicken or egg’ scenario’, leaving you wondering which came first. And even in the world of …