The #1 Habit for Better Sleep, Less Stress and Greater Productivity!

Hey everyone and Happy Monday!

I’ve got a special Motivational Monday for you today! I am going to share the BEST practice that I have found to help you move closer to your goals, whether they be health goals or life goals, while also getting you in touch with the very best things that are happening in your life right now. This practice will also reduce your stress levels and help you get more restful, restorative sleep.

The great part is that you don’t have to buy anything or cook anything. All this requires is about five minutes of your evening time, before you go to sleep. It is easy, fun and will absolutely make a difference in the way you feel about your day and your life while helping you take actionable steps to move you closer to the health and life you dream of.

Once you have watched the video, I want to hear from you!! Are you a client of mine who has embraced this practice and find it to be useful? If so, in what way? Are you sleeping better? Eating better? Getting more done? Let me know! And if you have never tried this before, I challenge you to give it one week of practice and then let me know what happened in the process- I bet you will find that you feel happier and more productive from giving it a try!

As always, I am excited to hear your feedback! It thrills me to get your notes and comments and know that the information you are learning is helping you feel better and look better. I think you will find today’s MM will offer a great tip for continued motivation.

Have a great Monday and a wonderful week!
xo
B

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10 comments on “The #1 Habit for Better Sleep, Less Stress and Greater Productivity!

  1. Linda Donovan

    Hi Mrs. Mendez. Thanks for your tips. I don’t usually put much weight in these types of ideas, like journal writing and goals before bedtime and such, but you are very convincing so i am going to try it. After all, i have followed many of your nutrition tips and have seen so many good changes in my health. my family too! Why not try something like this too right? Thank you for your Monday motivations!

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  2. Sergio Chavez-Perez

    Interesting suggestions, useful, concise. Thanks much!

    Greetings from Mexico!

    All the best,

    Sergio

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  3. Kim

    I loved your motivational piece and have tried the intention aspect of it. I found it made me more grounded and focused to bring about the things I wrote down. I don’t know if you penned your ideas, but I think writing it down helped solidify my intent into action.
    I am going to try the gratitude aspect as well as I think it will put a more positive spin on how you view things. Thanks for the great tips as always.
    Kim

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    1. Barbara M Mendez

      Thanks Kim! So glad to know you found it helpful. The gratitude part really helps with happiness. In the research study they found that anxiety levels dropped immediately upon recalling the best things of the day. That’s a big result!
      Wishing you the very best~
      B

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  4. Mike

    Counting your blessings definitely works. I’ve been doing it since reading it in “The How of Happiness” (which also references a study, maybe the same one you’re talking about). Adding intentions to that routine is a great idea.. I’ll start tonight!

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  5. Jon Sheppard

    Hey Barbara!!

    I have been doing this and it WORKS!! It has me smiling most of the time and letting myself move toward my goals. Thanks for reinforcing such a stellar practice .

    Best regards,
    JS

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