How To Get Better Sleep


Outfit:  tunic top  ||  cardigan (old) similar, similar  ||  denim, maternity style  ||  booties  ||  bag, similar (under $30) || earrings 

Happy Wednesday friend! This week has been a crazy one and we're only halfway through it. I haven't been sleeping super well and am incapable of taking naps (too much FOMO), so I am dragging a little bit this week. I started to read about some natural ways to help you get a better night sleep and wanted to share them with you. But first, I have to share that this tunic is on sale (under $35!) and it is one of my most worn tops. I've had it for a few years now and get so much wear out of it. I wore it a ton when I was teaching with skinny black dress pants and booties or flats and now I wear it more with leggings and distressed denim. It is long in the back, which is nice because it covers your booty when wearing leggings and feels work appropriate. This cocoon sweater is old but I linked a few super similar options below that are super cute. One of my girlfriends owns these booties and I just loved them on her and had to copy! I just snagged myself a pair this week and have already worn them twice.

4 Articles that I found helpful for better sleep!: 

  1. These 6 Foods Will Help You Sleep Better Tonight
  2. 10 Ways to Have Better Sleep (this is maternity site but the tips are applicable to everyone)
  3. 37  Science-backed Tips For Better Sleep Tonight
  4. How To Get a Better Night's Sleep from New York Times

Here are a few things that have helped me sleep better while being pregnant (that I'll probably use afterwards as well).

  • This pillow is a life CHANGER. I'm not exaggerating when I say that this pillow helps me sleep better and makes it so I get comfortable quickly so I can fall asleep fast.
  • I know I said I can't nap but I do sometimes go to bed when it is still light out (grandma status over here haha). This sleep mask may seem silly but it helps me close out the world and pass out. It's awesome for traveling too (you know I am sporting this on the plane ;)).
  • Have sore muscles? need to relax? This Dr. Teal's Epsom salt is the I have been using it since high school and feel like it's my answer to everything. It's perfect to throw in a hot bath before bed to make you sleepy and can even be used as a scrub to exfoliate. If lavender is not your jam they have a ton of other scents.

What are some things/ways that help you sleep better? I'd love to know! 

Thanks so much for stopping by!