Thought for Today ~ Sleepless Nights
We all have those days; you know the ones, where you have to restrain yourself from using the coffee grinder on the alarm clock. Whether it's the result of a restless nights' sleep, a late party with co-workers, or caring for a sick child that's left you weary and dreary in the a.m., you still need to find a way to function and get busy with the brand-new day.
Here are eight simple steps to help revive your tired body and help get the zip back into your sleep-deprived step.
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