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in: acjospe; acjospe > 2016-06-09

Jun 9, 2016 3:08 PM # 
Tell me about it. I slept ok the first two nights back, but last night the jetlag and stress caught up to me and I was still wide awake at 3am! I did catch up on a lot of podcasts though. However, I am a barely functioning human being today.
Jun 9, 2016 3:28 PM # 
Wonder what's up - my sleep has been interrupted this week, too. Stress is part of it, I hate it when I can't shut my head off. Plus, Jon's traveling and I hate being alone.

I hope we all find some more restful nights ahead!
Jun 9, 2016 3:36 PM # 
I, too, have been sleeping poorly. Not even a gently snoring beagle by my side can help...
Jun 9, 2016 3:44 PM # 
There's pollen floating around this side of the pond.

Congrats on Sweden!
Jun 9, 2016 8:59 PM # 
Hmm, sleeping well. :-)

Must help to have a lot of empty space between the ears.
Jun 9, 2016 9:58 PM # 
I got my back realigned at the chiro and have finally been able to sleep after months of not!!! And I've made a list of things to get done and just slowly checking them off. Finally got in my head if it's written down I won't forget and I need sleep to function efficiently so no point stressing the hrs I should be asleep.
Hope you sleep better tonight!
Jun 10, 2016 12:08 AM # 
We frequently wake in the middle of the night, pee breaks for me too often, and then toss and turn. If it last an hour or so with something rumbling in my mind, I get up have a cup of tea, maybe toast, and read something irrelevant to distract the thoughts. Back to bed and usually sleep well thereafter. Works for us - sometimes, hope it might help.

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