The top 3 reasons we wake up in the middle of the night

I remember the days when I used to wake up in the middle of the night and not be able to fall asleep again. I would toss and turn in bed, flipping about like a fish out of water.

If this happens to you too, then you will know the frustration all too well.

What drives your choices ?

From the tiny decisions, like whether or not to have syrup in your latte, to the really big, life-changing choices; we are all driven by something.

Our choices are not random, far from it.

One good night’s sleep = £ 120,000 ?

I remember the time when I didn’t sleep well at all – it lasted for years, and it felt like even longer!

Trying to drag myself out of bed in the morning was bad. But the thing that caused me the most pain wasn’t the tiredness itself, but the mistakes I made because of my tiredness.

Interview with Mira Rutter – How to improve your sleep

Share this Post I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Mira Rutter from Rutter Coaching as part of her interview series Click here for Rutter Coaching We discussed things like keeping a sleep diary to figure out how much sleep you actually need, the relevance of technology in our lives (apps like Sleep Cycle and Fitbit) and ways of …

How do you switch off from your day?

Switching off is a process, and the benefits are numerous. From a restful nights sleep to a better mood and more focus in the day; when we have recharged ourselves we are much more effective, productive, and happier too.

Interview with Harriet Waley-Cohen

Share this Post There are many things that can contribute to getting a good or bad night’s sleep. Some of them are out of your control but many of them are totally in your hands. This is for you if you aren’t getting enough sleep, your quality of sleep leaves much to be desired or you secretly suspect that getting …

The link between better sleep, emotion, and job satisfaction

More and more research is being carried out looking into the link between insomnia, emotions and job satisfaction. It is not surprising that poor sleep quality or insomnia seems to correlate with more negative emotions, depression and anxiety. But as a society, had we quite drawn the line yet between insomnia and job satisfaction?