Track your journey to better sleep with this sleep journal and workbook!
How long does it take you to fall asleep at night?
Do you find yourself waking up during the night? Or waking up feeling unrefreshed?
I know when I was ill I was lucky to get 4 hours of sleep a night.
On top of that, I was trying so many different things. New medications, supplements, yoga, meditation, caffeine, diet changes, and going to different doctors. Add brain fog and lack of sleep together and what it felt like was a giant blur.
So I began writing it all down.
I found an old notebook in my closet and began keeping track of the medications I was on. I also tracked cleanses, diets or wonky woo things I was trying (I say that in the most loving of ways, as yoga was one of them!).
Keeping everything organized and tracked in a journal helped me get control of my health journey. Every week I’d review my journal and make note of what was working (let’s do more meditation this week) and what didn’t work so well or made me feel worse (let’s cut the multi-vitamins).
This knowledge helped me to recover. And it helped me stop wasting time and money on things that weren’t working.
My sleep journal also helped me process some of the emotions that come along with being chronically ill. The stress of having a chronic illness can be a drain on your energy sources. My journal helped me process those emotions in a healthy way.
You know (and I know) this process can be overwhelming. To follow the steps that led me to recovery, download this free sleep journal to help you start tracking your healing journey!
You can print it out and put it in a three-hole binder, or just staple it together and get writing!
If you’d prefer a printed book version of the journal so you can get that new book smell, you can purchase it on Amazon here!