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These days, it can be really hard to maintain a work-life balance. Our homes have become the office, the school, and maybe even a daycare center. Needless to say, it’s a lot.

So, it’s not surprising that when the clock strikes 10PM, we’re still so far from sleep mode. As tempting as it is to pick up your phone and pass the time, the blue light makes it even more difficult for us to get the R&R we need (and crave!)

Here are a few of our favorite ways to close out our days and get ready for a restful sleep.

Eat dinner even earlier

We know it’s hard to make a meal after a long workday. But, there are some super simple recipes – like cauliflower tacos – that make eating early on weeknights even easier. As a general rule of thumb, it’s best to avoid food for at least two hours before bed because your body can have a hard time falling asleep if it’s still digesting dinner. And, there are some food and beverages that make bedtime even more difficult. Read: caffeine, alcohol, and highly processed foods.

Say bye to blue light

Turn off your phone before bed or at least keep it out of reach. The light from our screens disrupts our body’s melatonin production, making it even harder for us to get those zzz’s. Did you know the blue light actually tricks our bodies into thinking it’s still daytime? Pro tip: If you read on an iPad or Kindle, you can try Warby Parker blue light blocking glasses. (They’re cute, too!)

Set the scene

Set the bedtime scene by diffusing an essential oil before bed, like lavender. It’s known for its calming and relaxing properties that can help ease feelings of tension. You can also try using white noise if you have roommates or family members that stay up later than you.

Achieve the cloud the bed

We’ve all experienced it. The ultra-cozy bed with the just-right mattress and fluffy down comforter. We believe in investing in our bedroom. After all, a quality night’s sleep is essential to our health (and happiness). We love Buffy’s comforter. It’s made of hypoallergenic eucalyptus fiber, making it light and breathable.


Use #casadesuna to share your bedtime routines with us. (Before you get in bed and turn off your phone, that is.)

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