This was a cute moment.., until corgmahm and dad realized they’d have either to ruin it or be stuck sleeping on the floor 😑
Who do you think is the heaviest sleeper of the bunch? And no, we’re not talking about weight, because that’s obviously @enzocorgipdx 🤭
Andy & his wife really were exhausted when they came to me for help with their 6 month olds sleep. He was waking regularly throughout the night, unable to self settle back to sleep •
We discussed his routine, and methods for falling asleep, and came up with a 10 night sleep plan that would see him sleeping better, and napping for longer by the end of the plan •
As you can see from Andy's review, he woke once on the first night, and has mostly slept through the night since! •
It can make all the difference to have your evenings back, and a good night sleep, so if this story sounds familier, click the link in my bio to discuss working together.
When working on a project, I love to create a mockup so I can get a feel for how the book will flow.
Does the story make sense? 🤔
Does the art add context that are unmentioned in the words? ✍
Where will the crease be and does it interfere with the line art?😱
Is the art too busy? Or could we add a little more detail? 😜
Will there be enough room for the text without things feeling crowded? 😬
There is a saying "the devil is in the details" and it always holds true no matter what I am working on.
I is one very tired sausage 😴 been playing in the garden,went through the drive through with the hoomans and then I went on my walk and saw lots of my doggy friends.... I tried to keep up but I only has little legs.. Such a fun day! 😴 😴 Night my pawesome friends 🐾 🌭 🐶 ♥
WHAT MAY BE YOUR BEST SLEEP TIME by @skiman.factual.fitness
Caption given below is written by @skiman.factual.fitness
I came across a great topic/research done by Dr. Michael Breus and wanted to share with you on perhaps finding out what type of sleeper you might be.
Basically chronotypes are a termed used to determine whether you are early bird or a night owl.
Bears tend to sleep and wake according to the sun, feeling most energetic during the daytime and having no trouble falling asleep at night. Their peak productivity occurs in the mid-morning and dips during the mid-afternoon slump. They represent 50% of the population.
Wolves (also known as night owls) go to sleep and wake later than others. Their peak productivity happens in the middle of the day and in the evening after everyone else has already logged off. Wolves represent 15-20% of the population.
Lions (also known as early birds) wake up early and are most productive in the morning. They get most of their productivity in before noon, so they’re naturally tired by the evening and go to sleep early. Lions represent 15-20% of the population.
Dolphins are light sleepers who have difficulty following a regular sleep routine due to more frequent nighttime awakenings. Their most productive in the mid-morning to early afternoon. Dolphins represent 10% of the population. (1)
Dr. Breus also has a quiz that you can take in order to find out your own chronotype at thepowerofwhenquiz.com (1)Sleep researcher Dr. Michael Breus popularized the theory of four chronotypes in his 2016 book The Power of When.