Sunday mornings are my favourite time of the week. I love the Sunday atmosphere - calm, relaxed and no pressure to do anything. But as the day goes on, that all too familiar 'Sunday Night Fear' sets in. Whether you're working the next day or not, everyone can relate to that feeling that the weekend is over and the next one is as far away as possible. *Sigh*. If you follow me on instagram, you might have spotted this sleep hamper during the week. I was sent this as part of the #BeatTheFear campaign by Time4Sleep. They're sharing lots of tips and advice on their website for beating the Sunday night fear - check out their page here to find out more!
My favourite thing in the hamper was this book - The Dream Dictionary from A-Z by Theresa Cheung. I have some crazy dreams at times, so I'm looking forward to analysing them in the morning with this. The cover is so pretty too and would look lovely sitting out on a bedside table.
The hamper also included one of my current favourite things just now - pillow spray. I've been using my This Works Pillow Spray religiously since I got it for Christmas. This one is 'Sleep Easy Pillow Mist' which smells similar, except with a hint of citrus to it. I was super excited to see the Deep Sleep Stress Less roller in there too. The scent is Eucalyptus and Frankincense which, to me, smells like lavender and tea tree. This is applied to the pulse points to refresh your sinuses and help you relax. I'm a total sucker for things like this so my routine before bed time is starting to get quite complex - pillow spray, pulse points, microwavable lavender wrap! I love making some herbal tea before bed too, although this Dr Stuart's Valerian Plus tea wasn't to my taste. Last but not least, was this Sleep Mask from Anatomicals which made me laugh - 'Nod Off and Let the World Sod Off'.
I posted some sleep tips a few weeks ago too - check that out here if you missed it!
What's your tips for beating the Sunday Night fear?
Maisy Meow | Fashion and Beauty Blogger
*These items were kindly gifted to me by Time4Sleep