secrets to a good night sleep

  1. Rory says:

    Very pleasing without the renovations!

  2. Anna says:

    I do agree about keeping the bedroom for 2 things.
    I have decide your methods a few year back. I do enjoy my mediation cds often
    and I tube calming music it’s so helpful
    Also sleep separate really help both of us
    Over and over again not for all couple but I am finding out more do it then I thought
    Yes sleep in so important for our health..
    Thank you
    Anna R

  3. Karen says:

    Do you still use Loreal makeup? I am thinking of buying something. I’m 63 years, and face is normal, use to be oily. Looking for new foundation but not cake like and not sheer.

    • Beth Djalali says:

      i do use L’Oreal Age Perfect Makeup. their foundation is very light it’s like wearing tinted moisturizer. i hope you check it our for yourself. let me know your thoughts if you do.

  4. Carroll says:

    Your bedroom looks very restful! I love the Asian wrap pajamas from Garnet Hill. I recommend them for a good night’s sleep.

  5. Christine says:

    Hello Beth … this is such a timely post .
    I’ve had some difficulty sleeping recently.
    Like you , I am widowed (18 months). That ,
    and our lives being interrupted with Covid
    has brought so many changes and new worries . Your bedtime tips and rituals are so crucial for restful sleep . Pretty sleep attire,comfy linens, great books, will be my focus … and of course , my dear kitty, Noelle , to help lull me to slumberland .
    Thank you for the reminder .
    Sweet dreams !

    • Beth Djalali says:

      i’m so happy you have Noelle to keep you company. oscar and ollie have been such comforts since losing mr. style. God Bless! it’s one foot in front of the other day-by-day. xo

  6. Cathy says:

    I also bought a cashmere sweater from Haven Well Within and love it, not a bad price either. I’d buy more except their color palette is not ideal for me.

  7. Andrea Bayne says:

    Spot on, Beth. Sleep is so undervalued. It’s when our bodies and minds repair themselves. It’s one of the reasons we look younger after a relaxing vacation.

    I love Sateen weave sheets, dried outside, when possible, and ironed. Down duvets and pillows, make a light and fluffy nest. I prefer mini bouquets on the vanity come spring, but when winter rears it’s head, I lightly spray the ensuite shower with YSL Manifesto instead, turn the lights low and play Sudoku. I feel like I am on a mini vacation, surrounded by all my favourite things. What ever the budget, mental and physical comfort is the cornerstone. Those PJs look stunning, Beth🌷

  8. Julie Mycock says:

    Hi Beth, absolutely love your bedroom and your carpet is so plush you could loose your toes in there. I love the colour scheme too, and yes a bedroom should be calm and a place to end the day peacefully. Your pyjamas are lovely, I’m after new ones but we are in a National lockdown at the moment so it will be an online purchase xoxo Julie

  9. Jacalyn Nelson says:

    Beth: Thanks so much for highlighting the importance of sleep. As a sleep provider, the importance of proper sleep hygiene cannot be stressed enough (I loved your list). It is so easy to let those good habits slide by the wayside.
    I might add that for those reading in bed, ideally it should be print rather than yet another device emitting blue wavelength light. I advise my patients no electronic screens within 1 hour of bedtime (the guideline is 2 hours, but I would get little compliance with that ask!
    Thanks again Beth

  10. Linda Miller says:

    Thank you for your work! Have a great day!

  11. Mary C says:

    I love this post! It’s one of my favorites of your recent ones. Thanks for all the great resources.

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