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10/6/10 11:43 A

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well I missed about three answers in the quesionnaries. Here goes:

1. start a sleep journal.
2. Finished all (immediate) household chores by 10:00 pm.
3. In bed no later than 11:00 pm. By faith
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And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away.

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**Throw me to the wolves I'll come back leading the pack."


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10/6/10 3:33 A

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In doing my sleep journal I found a few issues. 1. I save things that can be done in the day because it is easier to do them after my baby is sleeping (house cleaning, paying bills, exercise etc...). 2. I spend to much time on the computer (mostly when I'm overwhelmed by all I have to do) 3. I do not have a relaxing bed time routine or anything that helps me relax in the evening and clear my mind. 4. My husband works overnight and I seem to have the hardest time during the nights that he's not home (nothing I can do about this one =(

So..Here are my goals
~ Even though it's hard to do with my baby, attempt to get all household chores done in the daytime
~ Shut down my computer no later then 10:00 PM
~ Establish a bedtime routine and try to find evening activities that relax my mind and body


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10/5/10 9:58 P

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not drink caffiene after lunch
relax in hot tub before going to bed
read book before going to bed

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10/5/10 6:42 P

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Week 1 Goals
1. Be in bed by 10:30pm
2. Stay up once I drop my son off at school.
3. Keep sleep journal.

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10/5/10 5:31 P

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My first week goals are
1. Start the sleep journal
2. Be in bed by 10 pm every weekday
3. Wake up by 6:30 every morning, no snooze button.
4. Begin a weekly work-out routine.


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10/5/10 1:51 P

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My goals are to be more consistent with my sleep schedule and to have more energy throughout the days.

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I joined this challenge because I want to establish a more consistent sleep pattern. I have been using a CPAP on and off for more than a year. It still becomes uncomfortable for me during the night and I usually wake up fully at about 3:00 and remove it, then take a bathroom break and return to bed until about 6:00. I would dearly love to sleep through the entire night!
It is my great hope that by losing a significant amount of weight, I will be able to go off the CPAP entirely!

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10/5/10 12:03 P

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I've logged my sleep journal each morning. Only real problem I can find is I apparently drink way too much before I go to sleep. I wake up too many times during the night to use the restroom. I have stopped drinking about an hour or so before bed time and that has made a difference in the number of times I wake up; however, I haven't seen a change in the results of my days yet...still hopeful.

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10/5/10 9:25 A

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Week one Goal
Start my Sleep Journal
Dinner by 6:30 PM
Drink less water and other liquids after 7:00 PM
No more scary tv shows before bed!
Take 15 minutes to prepare for bed including meds,teeth,etc.
Be in bed before 10:00 PM
Play endorphin releasing music as I settle into bed
Up at 6:00 AM every day
Started yesterday and so far so good!

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10/5/10 8:58 A

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Week one Goal
Start my Sleep Journal
Drink less water and other liquids after 3:00 PM
Dinner by 6:30 PM
Be in bed before 10:00 PM
Set TV to go off after 30 minutes.
Up before 7:00 AM


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10/5/10 7:56 A

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Sleep Goals - Week One

1. Bed by midnight at the latest (instead of 2-3am)
2. Up by 9am latest.
3. Exercise 60 minutes 5 days a week
4. No computer after 10pm

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10/4/10 10:06 P

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Sleep Goals - Week One
1. Go to Bed by 10PM at least three times a week.
2. Hit snooze only once in the morning.
3. Get at least 10 minutes of exercise a day.
4. Start a sleep journal.

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10/4/10 8:57 P

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Concentrating on getting to bed and getting up at the same time. Taking occasional short naps to help with sleep deficit.

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10/4/10 7:16 P

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Week One goals--
No computer after 8pm
Dinner before 8pm
Bed by 9:30
no caffeine after 2pm

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10/4/10 6:09 P

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My goal is to shut down earlier. If I can do that maybe just maybe I will be able to sleep longer hours. I have already stopped drinking liquid which although usually water has me getting out of bed going to the bathroom all night.

The last couple of nights have been getting in bed around 10 and up at 5-6. Slowly working up to 8 hours and no midnight trips to the bathroom!

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Wow - something really started working last couple nights. Sleeping longer in between and only 2 bathroom runs and woke up more rested. That was a good start.

Will continue to work on that. Now have to work on more relaxing and de-stressing earlier in day.

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10/4/10 3:29 P

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Keeping the sleep journal is easy. After 4 days I can see that I function best on 8+ hours of sleep. After years of only getting 6 or 7, this confirms what I've known all along. I think I'm paying more attention to it though because its in writing.
My goals are:
1. Get 8 hours of sleep daily
2. Aim for 10 -11 pm bedtime
3. Keep the same routine through the weekends

PS - this is my first spark message I've written!

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10/4/10 2:00 P

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I have an appointment with a sleep doctor on the 22nd to follow up on my sleep apnea. I found out the study I had done was in Feb of 2006, when I was over 400 pounds. Now I weigh 321, so I may have to have another study before they can make any recommendations.

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10/4/10 12:14 P

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my goals are:
1. not to use alcohol to help me fall asleep
2. establish a sleep schedule that carries through the weekend (no more crashing out a 2 or 3 AM and sleeping half the weekend away)
3. not hitting snooze on the alarm 4 times before getting out of bed.


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10/4/10 11:45 A

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My goals:
1 - start a sleep journal
2 - make sure to get at least 30 minutes of exercise per day preferably in the outdoors
3 - bedtime no later than 11 pm on a weekday

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1. Make of point of getting to bed no later than 10:30 PM and remain in bed until at least 5 AM.
2. Apply breathe right strips to help me breathe better.


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For with it the best is never past.
We carry thoughts of home in our hearts,
To live in always though time has passed.

In memory of my Dad, Magnus J. Eschete Sr. and sister, Rosalie E. Bascle who both died from complications of Alzheimer's disease.


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1. Establish a regular sleep schedule 9:30-6
2. Remain in bed at least 45 minutes before getting up if I can't sleep
3. Do NOT turn on the computer during bedtime hours
4. Drink Sleepytime Tea and read and go back to bed
5. Remain in bed at least 45 minutes if I can't fall back asleep or upon awakening again
6. Make a to-do list before retiring each night to prevent my mind from racing

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10/4/10 2:13 A

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I'm starting over, because I effed up in W3 and I really need to be able to wake up in time for class!

My goals are to be in bed by 1 pm and asleep by 2; stop thinking about 3-4 things while singing when I'm supposed to be trying to sleep; stop acting like a baby and getting cranky instead of going to bed when I'm sleepy; wake up at around 10.

Edited by: NARA87 at: 10/4/2010 (09:20)
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10/3/10 9:33 P

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My week one goals are:
1. drink less caffeinated drinks
2. in bed by 10pm asleep by 11pm
3. up earlier (around 8am)
4. relax more and letting let stress get to me.

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10/3/10 4:23 P

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My goals for the sleep challenge and beyond are:

1. Don't drink caffeine after 3p.m.
2. Be in bed by 10, asleep by 11p.m
3. Continue creating a relaxing atmosphere in the bedroom.

Proverbs 3: 4&5 Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and lean not on your own understanding. In all your ways, acknowledge Him, and He will make your paths straight.

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10/3/10 12:21 P

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1st week goals

bed @ 9pm
up @ 4:15am
journal
no caffiene after 1pm

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10/3/10 11:25 A

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Goal: Get quality of sleep at night. I want to be able to sleep soundly. I've got 2 kids, aged 6 and 5 who often wake me up with dreams and then I don't sleep well. When they aren't waking me up, something else does and then I have to use the restroom. Ugh! I just want to sleep well and through the night :)

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10/3/10 10:07 A

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My goal for this week is to do the sleep diary and cut out any caffeine after lunch.

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Shall renew their strength;
They shall mount up with wings like eagles,
They shall run and not be weary,
They shall walk and not faint.
Isaiah 40:31

Everywhere and in all things I have learned both to be full and to be hungry, both to abound and to suffer need. 13 I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me. Phil 4:13
By the grace of God I am what I am. 1 Cor. 15:10


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10/3/10 10:03 A

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Hello all!

I am finishing up week one. My goal is to go to bed on time and to get at least 7 1/2 to 8 hours a night.

I am also planning to visit my doctor soon about my sleep issues. I have always felt tired - no matter how many hours I get. The word "refreshed" has never been a word I would use to describe how I feel when I wake up. I am also hoping that getting back on track with Spark will help me get better quality sleep.

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10/3/10 2:14 A

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Since I already keep a journal of my weightloss journey, I'm just going to add my sleep challenge to my journal.

Bedtime is 11pm Wake up is 7pm


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10/2/10 11:27 P

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My goals for week 1:
1. Start a sleep journal.
2. Go to bed at 11 and read and meditate,asleep by midnight.
3. Up at 8 to start the day.
4. No computer after 10.
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10/2/10 9:38 P

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I joined this challenge because my sleeping habits are affecting my health. Over the next four weeks, I want to learn how to change this.

For Week 1, I am going to keep the sleep diary so I can see what areas need the most improvement.

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10/2/10 8:46 P

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Week 1 goals:

1. Bed by 8 PM (9 PM the latest)
2. Up by 4 AM (5 AM the latest)
3. Exercise before work (and a walk before dinner?)


No Worries...

Life is too short not to have fun!

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Live as if you were to die tomorrow.

Learn as if you were to live forever.
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The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.
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My goal for week 1 is to be asleep by 10pm everyday.

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Well, I have half a dozen things that are messing up my sleep. One very long standing and maybe can't do anything about - ever since I was a little kid I had to get up and run to the bathroom at least twice a night. 2-3 times always. I guess my body adjusted and lived with it. My sis and Mom all had the same problem. about 6 years ago Mom and I tried the stuff that's supposed to cut it down - that was disastrous.

Now I have diuretics and even if I take them early in the morning - they seem to keep working all night. But, maybe the idea is to get a better quality of sleep in between trips to the bathroom.

Maybe all my stuff that keeps me from sleeping are too messed up to change. Or is that too negative??

So my goal this week is to take diuretic earlier in the wee hours and then stop liquids by about 5:00 and see what happens then.

Echo from Tucson, AZ
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10/2/10 1:56 P

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My Goal for the week is to actually GO to sleep when I GO to bed...I hate that I lay there for an hour or more before finally falling asleep. So far I have only fallen asleep becasue of new medication I am on...heh...but I'm still waking up mulitple times during the night and I'm still exausted all day...

When the pain of remaining the same is greater than the pain of change, then you will change!


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10/2/10 1:03 P

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My goal for this week is to try & get into bed by 12pm, as got into the bad habit of staying up half the night after the death of my Mum.
Have managed to do this for 2 nights so far! emoticon

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10/2/10 12:28 P

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I feel like I'm doing much that is right. I get up at the same time everyday, regardless of weekends. Bedtime is rarely more than an hour's difference from night to night. No caffeine in the afternoon. Rarely snack after dinner. I exercise regularly. Other than, perhaps, taking melatonin, I don't quite see what I can do to improve my sleep.

Right at the moment I am dealing with nasal congestion, which messes up sleep whether or not I OTC medicate.

My goal is to keep a sleep journal and see if I can figure out the problem.

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10/2/10 11:02 A

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I read lots of good and helpful goals, here. For myself, I think I will try to cut way back on the ice water in the evening. I may even try taking my "frequent pee-er" pills again - I stopped because of price once, and because I really didn't notice much in the way of results. Whether it was needing to urinate or just restlessness, I was up (and always went to the restroom) every 20-90 min all night long. And, I'm very tired today.

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10/2/10 9:40 A

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My goal for this first week of the challenge is to get to sleep earlier, before 10:30. This is do-able if I can put down the book I am reading. I have a hard time with this because bedtime is about the only time I have for quiet reading. But getting 8 hours of sleep is more important. So my only goal for week 1 is: Earlier bedtime.

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10/1/10 11:27 P

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My goals for this Week #1 will be to..........

1. Do what I can to go to bed consistently at the same time every night before midnight. Hoping for 11 a.m.

2. Shut down the computer by 8 p.m.

3. Not to eat 2 hours before bed.

4. Have my bath/shower followed by a cup of warm milk before bed.

5. Keep a sleep journal.

Dorothy.

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10/1/10 11:23 P

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My goal for week 1 is to go to bed at the same time and get up at the same time. Bed at midnight; up at 7, regardless of if I think I got enough sleep or not!

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My goals for the next 4 weeks are:

1. To focus on my sleeping habits and move toward consistently going to bed between 11 and 12 and getting up consistently between 6 and 7.

2. To move the timing of my exercise to earlier in the day in order to help achieve #1.

3. Develop a relaxing bedtime routine to include reading/meditating for 1/2 hour to 1 hour before lights out.


We cannot do everything at once,but we can do something at once.-Calvin Coolidge

“Time is the coin of your life. It is the only coin you have, and only you can determine how it will be spent.
Be careful lest you let other people spend it for you.” —Carl Sandburg


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10/1/10 4:15 P

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My goals are:
1. To be in bed by 10PM every night and to sleep through the night to wake up refreshed and energized for my day.

2. To walk 4 miles every day weather permitting.

3. To do strength training exercises Monday, wednesday and Friday.

Memory is a wonderful gift,
For with it the best is never past.
We carry thoughts of home in our hearts,
To live in always though time has passed.

In memory of my Dad, Magnus J. Eschete Sr. and sister, Rosalie E. Bascle who both died from complications of Alzheimer's disease.


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10/1/10 2:32 P

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My goals are to get myself to bed earlier and boost the quality of my sleep so that I wake feeling more rested. The evenings are too short, or so it seems, even going to bed at 11:30 - its hard to think about making them even shorter! emoticon

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Upstate New York ~ EDT
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10/1/10 12:32 P

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My major goal is to set and follow a scheduled sleeping time, same bed time, same rising time.

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My major goal is to get at least 7 hours of sleep each night. I am sure there should be more goals for me but my hope is by making one goal I can focus on it. Doing that one thing would probably have an effect on lots of things.

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1) I'm going to the doctor to get retested for sleep apnea AND treated this time. Last time I tested for moderate sleep apnea before my weight loss.

2)I can't stay asleep for long periods of time, so I plan to sleep more short periods of time to total my 8 hours.

3 Get in bed no later than 1 0r 2 am (I work evenings)

Life is happening now, not 10 pounds from now.
200 plus lbs lost without surgery, crazy diets, or extreme exercise- so have hope!
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I am going to:
1) Read from 8:30-9pm
2) Watch television from 9-10:30pm
3) Have a glass of cranberry juice or water before I shower and do my nigh-time worship and thanksgiving.
3) Head off to bed by 11pm

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