No, we don’t mean monsters, mice or – ahem – more pleasurable pursuits. We’re talking about the secret activities of that highly intimate bodily part, (the one Frank Zappa called the ugliest part): your mind.

The docs call it insomnia. If you’ve got it, you probably call it hell. But whatever you call it, we’re sure you don’t want it and we want to know why you’ve got it. To be more specific:

What kind of thoughts have you losing too many zzz’s?

Maybe you’re worried about money. Maybe work is a barrel of stress. Maybe your family is less than peachy, or a loved one is really ill. Or maybe, just maybe, your mind  flies all over the place, from one nonsense thought to the next. Whatever the reason, we’re hoping you’ll share it here.

Whether you have trouble falling asleep or just staying asleep, we want to know what’s keeping you up at night. So the next time you’re staring into darkness wondering when the morning will come, come here to FinerMinds and tell us what’s going on up there.

What keeps you up at night?

Write us and let us know.

Dawn DelVecchio

Dawn DelVecchio

Dawn DelVecchio is a writer, traveler, speaker and coach. She's been living a life devoted to spirit and purpose for more than 28 years. As the author and host of DawnDelVecchio.com, and a guest contributor to a number of personal growth blogs, Dawn shares insights, tips and practical tools for you to live a life of greater purpose, happiness and abundance. She is the author of the forthcoming book, Unlocking your Prosperity: 7 Keys to Healing your Money Mindset & Fully Stepping into your Calling.

6 Comments

  • shawn says:

    i cant sleep at night unno y buttt likee when i do fall asleep its not fer long and when i doo sleep sometime i feel like a spirit is pushin me intoo my bed whats that about anyways …

  • Geena says:

    Absolute nonsense consciously, who knows what is going on subconsciously. I sit there wondering “why am I awake, what am I thinking about, is my pillow too flat, maybe the thermostat needs to be reset, maybe I should try warm milk, boy I wish that melatonin would kick in, Silva method – visualize the number three 3 times”.. over and over, every single night for weeks.

  • Wendy says:

    In my experience, there are so many people who can't fall or stay asleep at night because they are anxious about having to speak to a group the next day. The good news is that you can get over their fears about public speaking. The bad news is that most people feel that it will take a long time to get over this.
    I know that it can be overcome in one week.
    My recent post America’s Most Common Fears

  • Wendy says:

    In my experience, there are so many people who can't fall or stay asleep at night because they are anxious about having to speak to a group the next day. The good news is that you can get over their fears about public speaking. The bad news is that most people feel that it will take a long time to get over this.
    I know that it can be overcome in one week.
    My recent post America’s Most Common Fears

  • Sarah says:

    Either specific worries or an onslaught of random thoughts keep me up at night. I tell myself this is the time for sleep, you can think tommorow, I try counting sheep, meditation, mantras but inevitably go back to thinking too much : ( I find guided meditations help… but mine are on my computer which I don't want in the bedroom, I need to get some cd's.

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