All year I have been trying to get my sleep cycles back onto a "regular" schedule.
I'm one of those people who, despite my anxiety, or perhaps because of it, can push through until 4am either working or just watching Netflix to calm the chatter of my mind. And because I work for myself, it hasn't impacted my working life, hence there is no natural rhythms to my day that forced me to sleep early and rise early,
But, I knew something was terribly "off". My weight had soared, my anxiety started to rear its ugly head again and I was perpetually tired, even if I got 7 or 8 hours of sleep per night.
Welcome to my book website, Marrying Bipolar. As you made it to the blog, you may be interested in learning a little more about me. I was born and bred in Sydney since 1973 to a very tight knit and loving family. We all have our issues, though, and my life's ambition was to become the best person I could be through education, hard yakka (that's work for non-Australians reading this!) and trying to learn as much about myself and others as possible.