Tuesday, July 11, 2006

Oops!


I forgot to add that one of my goals also for this week was to make sure I get atleast 8 hours sleep every night. I tend to stay up late as I have a lot of trouble with sleeping and getting recouperative sleep anyway. I have to take tylenol pm to sleep. I have done well at getting some good REM time by doing this. So of course in order to stay healthy, which is part of this whole journey I am on, I need good sleep habits. Sounds good right?
Well, it was good until I added it to my challenge for the week! Haven't slept good since! Gone to bed earlier, and can't go to sleep and stay asleep to save my life! I gave up this morning and got up at 5:30. Because I have been waking up a bazillion times all night the last two nights, I am all shakey and blurry this morning. Don't I just love it? Guess I better be careful what I put on my challenges!

3 Comments:

Anonymous vanesica said...

Ah good luck with sleeping. I'm a reverse sleeper. I go to bed between 6am and 9am and rise to begin my day around 1pm or 3pm. Your body will begin to find it's own rythm in time.

I love your drawing by the way!

Thaughts and images cloud my mind. - that is beautiful with the woman laying down looking up kinda twiddling her hands.

And underneath you wrote "I can't sleep". It takes on the form of the bed sahep and is supporting you.

hmmmm you are creative. Cheers!

July 14, 2006 7:28 AM  
Anonymous Krista said...

I really like that image. It would be a good thing for a therapist to give and a person needs to fill it out like you did. I hope you hang in there! It will come together for you soon.

July 14, 2006 11:23 AM  
Blogger ...jus me said...

Sorry guys but I did not draw the picture! It is a very realistic view of what happens when there is too much on your mind and sleep escapes you!
Krista...It would make a good tool for a therapist! Maybe I will make one of my own to use instead of just making a list on my computer. It would give your mind a better visual.

July 24, 2006 10:42 AM  

Post a Comment

<< Home