Do You Have “Coronasomnia?”

Paula Rizzo (author of Listful Living) focuses on sleeping your way to well-being and productivity in this newsletter.

Hey there,

If you’re been struggling with sleep issues recently, you’re not alone.

The Los Angeles Times reported that researchers actually have a name for increased sleep challenges during the pandemic: “coronasomnia.”

That can look like trouble falling asleep, changed sleeping patterns, or even disturbing dreams.

And all those problems are bad for productivity. You just can’t be your best self without consistently good sleep.

Julie Wright, author of The Natural Sleeper, knows how important sleep is — and how to improve your sleep routine to boost well-being. 

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Julie joined me on my live-streaming show Inside Scoop to share her tips, including…

  • Determining your sleep needs and profile
  • Breathing and mindfulness strategies
  • Leveraging soothing sounds, from white noise to ASMR
  • And more!

You can read all of her ideas here and watch our full conversation.
All the best,
Paula P.S. Want to boost your productivity in this “new normal” world? On Wednesday, August 18 at 7 p.m. ET, you can join me and goal-setting expert Debra Eckerling for a conversation hosted by Books & Books about tackling all your to-dos. Grab your free virtual seat here!


Listful Living by Paula Rizzo

Listful Living

A List-Making Journey to a Less Stressed You

A best-selling author and Emmy-award winning television producer for nearly 20 years, Paula Rizzo produced health, wellness, and lifestyle segments with a range of top experts, including JJ Virgin, Jillian Michaels, and Deepak Chopra. Rizzo brings her experience to this new project. Readers will learn their stress style and strategies for shaping their days in more productive ways. With self-assessments and exercises, this guide will bring readers to better patterns and better, more organized lives.