Ok sleep's important, "I get it" you say... but what happens when you can't sleep?
Creating an environment for sleep, a blissful bedroom sanctuary, is essential in what I like to call the sleepy town process. I find with a mission that is important but difficult, you will not take it on if the motivation is not there. So get motivated and prioritise sleep by creating a space you will be excited to wind down in, a bed so comfy you will want to dream away in and a room that is made for the very thing I'm banging on about - sleeping.
1. Declutter from distractions
For the longest time I slept in a tiny little king single bed millimetres away from my dusty built in wardrobe and amongst my creating, working and play space, basically among all my crap and everything I own. Lucky enough I was able to clear out the room beside mine (thanks sis for moving to Melbourne) and make it just for sleep. Whether or not you are able to have essentially just a bed in your room, it is important to declutter. Free your bedroom from distractions and visual noise. Eliminating clutter helps you relax, reduce stress and focus on sleep.