My Six Secret Methods For Coping with Sleep Deprivation!

Kerry Gibb

Kerry Gibb is a mum to four lively boys and the author of It's A Kid's Life - a series of books aimed at children aged 7 - 11 years old.

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8 Responses

  1. Emma T says:

    I definitely agree about the shower. I can’t function without one on a normal day or not. And juice (I don’t drink tea or coffee) just gives me a pep up.

    Like you I blog in the evenings / night. I used to be a 9-10pm bedtime, now it’s nearer midnight and my weight is definitely suffering if not my brain in the mornings.

  2. Sounds like you balance things a lot better than me and I only have one little one to contend with! Good tips, I have fallen into the trap of eating stodge and feeling lethargic. I need to get back on the juices! #brillblogposts

    • Kerry Gibb says:

      It is so easy to get off track with things like juicing. My juicer broke a few days ago and I am really missing them – I feel really lethargic!

  3. Ann Winters says:

    Great tips! And I am so desperately needed some….#brillblogposts

  4. Honest Mum says:

    Gorgeous photo of you both, dreamy. Sleep deprivation is a nightmare (excuse the pun) and you are so right about eating well, even when you don’t feel like it. Fresh air helps too, neither of my kids sleep well now! Thanks for linking up to #brilliantblogposts x

    • Kerry Gibb says:

      Thank you, I do love that photo. You are right fresh air does help. It’s so easy to stagnate stuck in the house when a run around the park with the kids would actually do us the world of good. My juicer broke last week and I am really noticing the difference in not having my much needed juices 🙁

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