Dream a little dream…some ways I’ve found to improve my sleep.

January in Toronto can be a little daunting, I find. The holidays are over and winter bites, but one of the things I love about the first few days after New Year is the subtle lengthening of the afternoon. We start to leave behind the long hours of darkness, and I start to feel less like a bear who can’t find a good place to hibernate. I’ve found that many people experience sleep difficulties in winter. Dull, grey days that morph into dense nightfall in the middle of the afternoon can make us feel as if we never fully woke up in the first place. So when bed time comes around, we don’t feel ready to sleep. 

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