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Eating & Sleeping July 11, 2016

Posted by nrhatch in Health & Wellness, Humor, Life Balance.

Eating . . .


And sleeping . . .

Two great ways to punctuate
And recharge our days!

Aah . . . that’s better!



1. granny1947 - July 11, 2016

And I do so much of both!

nrhatch - July 11, 2016

Getting enough sleep is a mood changer for me ~> I am cranky when I’m “too tired to think.”

At that point, the best thing for me to do is head to bed.

2. Jill Weatherholt - July 11, 2016

I definitely need more sleep. πŸ™‚

nrhatch - July 11, 2016

Sleep is the theme of my posts this week ~ going to sleep, getting a good night’s sleep, and . . . waking up.

3. Patricia - July 11, 2016

I use a lot of punctuation in my life.

nrhatch - July 11, 2016

You iz smart. Punctuation is important to our health and well being. A chance to press the *pause* button, relax, and de-stress.

4. L. Marie - July 11, 2016

I’m a big fan of both!

nrhatch - July 11, 2016

Me too! Food often provides a good mood boost. And there is nothing like a good night’s sleep to make the world look bright.

5. William D'Andrea - July 11, 2016

Sleeping is good. Eating is even better. However, if that’s all you’re doing, it would be even better for you, to get a life.

nrhatch - July 11, 2016

Yes. Both are great ways to “recharge” and “punctuate” our days, but they need not be our sole focus.

6. anotherday2paradise - July 11, 2016

Yes, we do need both to function well. The second photo has me wondering why. πŸ™‚

nrhatch - July 11, 2016

During a sleepover, my niece ended up with the air mattress up in the air, instead of underneath her. And it didn’t wake her up when it flip-floppped.

anotherday2paradise - July 11, 2016


7. Val Boyko - July 11, 2016

Eating, sleeping … and pooping makes for happy functioning and wellbeing. Without all three life would not be worth living 😍

nrhatch - July 11, 2016

What goes up . . . must come down.
What goes in . . . must come out.

C’est la vie!

Val Boyko - July 11, 2016

C’est la bonne vie πŸ˜ƒ

nrhatch - July 11, 2016

Mais oui!

8. Under the Oaks - July 12, 2016

I have not been having any problem with eating and sleeping… it is the exercising I NEED to get motivated about!

nrhatch - July 12, 2016

At this time of the year, it’s hard to motivate myself to exercise unless I’m in the COOL POOL!

9. diannegray - July 12, 2016

I get ‘hangry’ if I don’t eat, Nancy πŸ˜€ But I don’t sleep a lot – there’s too much to do (or maybe I’m just ADHD) πŸ˜€

nrhatch - July 12, 2016

Lucky you. I get more done after a good night’s sleep ~ I need a solid 7-8 hours to feel well rested. I’m not someone who can manage on 5-6 hours a night ~> I would be very cranky.

10. Debra - July 14, 2016

Both are sure important to me! Sometimes a little too important perhaps? πŸ™‚ What a cutie asleep in her sleeping bag!

nrhatch - July 14, 2016

When I pause to mindfully ENJOY each bite, appreciating the good food and sustenance, I eat less and weigh less.

In contrast, if I rush mindlessly through meals, consumed by swirling issues of the day, I eat more and weigh more.

In this case ~> less is more!

11. conflictedhealth - August 19, 2016

I don’t know which is better eating or sleeping!

nrhatch - August 19, 2016

When I’m hungry . . . eating is better.
When I’m tired . . . sleeping is better. πŸ˜€

Right now, I’m tired, so I’ll keep this short and sweet. Thanks for stopping by!

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