{ help me relax }

March 6, 2015

Screen Shot 2015-03-06 at 8.55.25 AMBeing sick is for the birds. What does help when you can’t move? An amazing bed situation. I spent almost two full days in bed sick last week when I started to feel like maybe I should bed some time here when I am actually able to relax.

I’m about to take some time this weekend to revamp my relax-mode. I’ve got the bedding down for the most part but, does anyone want to share any cool sleep gadgets, books, tricks for being able to relax when you work at home?

{ photo by alison conklin }

9 comments

  • Anna

    Bubble baths, darling! Get yourself to Lush and treat yo self 😉

  • Christine

    I have a Himalayan salt lamp in my room to help me sleep. Not only does it provide a little light when needed (a pretty pink glow to boot!) it helps me relax and clears the air of energies from cell phones, wifi, etc. I’ve noticed a major improvement in my sleeping patterns since getting one. I keep it on all day and then turn it off at bed time.

  • Alyssa

    Lavender oil is amazing. Lately I’ve been drinking a lot of camomile tea to calm the crazy. I like Tazo’s blend.

    Every night I read a couple chapters of a book. My favorites are by Sarah Addison Allen. Picture a warm summer night, barefoot with flowers in your hair and the stars twinkling. That’s how her books make you feel.

  • Sophie

    I was ill last week and I finished The Orphan Master’s Son. It’s pretty epic. I’ve also been watching a lot of TED Talks lately. Not sure if they are relaxing but they are challenging and inspiring.

    http://sunovereden.blogspot.com/

  • dominique

    a little 5 minute stretching session right at the side of my bed helps me actively remember to not take my stressors with me into bed.

    Also wearing socks! I don’t understand the science behind it but I fall asleep way faster when I wear socks to bed.

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