A wonderful way to fall asleep at night is to use a tiny object to practice gratitude.
This is something I started doing after Alison Canavan suggested it at one of her Full 360 wellness events I attended some time ago. She even gave us all a tiny pebble for this purpose.
Alison suggested we keep it on our bedside table and when we saw it every night, to climb into bed and hold the pebble in our hand. And then to think about three things that we were grateful for from the day and to think on them.
It’s a lovely peaceful way to clear your head and think positively just before you go to sleep.
I’ve been doing it ever since and find it easier and easier to think of more and more things I am grateful for every day – it’s a great reminder of all the good things that do happen every day.