I love Brene Brown. She’s a researcher, story-teller, professor, lecturer and author. It’s Brene who tells the story about a village where all the women washed clothes together down by the river. When they all got washing machines, there was a sudden escalation of depression and no one knew why. 

It was the loss of connection. It was the loss of belonging. It was the absence of community.

Do you want to be as strong, enthusiastic, energetic and have a clear mind all day?

In part one of this article I talked about sleep, its importance and how bad quality sleep can impact your overall quality of life.

But what is it that you can actually do today, to make falling asleep easier and get the best quality sleep possible?

In this article, I’m going to give you 4 power tips that I have started to use myself to start improving my sleep.