In this episode, Chris discusses how sleep, particularly the lack of it, can make being positive very difficult!
Hi, this is Chris Laning from the Positive Grounding blog at PositiveGrounding.net. And I gotta tell you right now I’m not feeling very positive, and I think I know why.
You see I haven’t had much sleep in the last day or two. A lot of work, on and off, a noisy dog. And there’s definitely a correlation between tiredness and positivity.
The reality is when you’re tired it’s hard to be positive. Very short-tempered, a lot of stuff going on. I definitely need to get some sleep.
But I’m bringing this to you now because I want you to understand that a lot of times when you’re not being positive, when you’re having that short temper, you might want to just kind of think about “Are you tired?” Like how do
Sometimes a really good night’s sleep is all you’re gonna need to kind of put you back on that track. The reality is we can’t go without sleep as much as we try. There’s so many things we want to get done in one day but it ain’t gonna happen!
We gotta sleep and that’s what I’m looking forward to in a little bit. Except I kind of have a lot of work to do tonight – that’s a whole other story.
But anyway moral of the day: Sleep helps with positivity. Lack of sleep makes it very hard to be positive.
With the Positive Grounding blog at PositiveGrounding.net, I’m Chris Laning.