21 Days to Better Health

In the last 12 months, have you struggled to fall asleep at night? Do you stay up too late? Sick or fatigued more than normal? Feeling hopeless, anxious, depressed, or unable to concentrate? You may be one of many Americans who are facing what sleep experts call ‘coronasomnia’ or ‘Covid-somnia’.

The pandemic has disrupted our work-life balance and rarely do we have routines anymore. Ultimately, these drastic changes affect our body’s natural clock (circadian rhythms), most importantly our sleep. In fact, research shows the word ‘insomnia’ was Googled more in 2020 than ever before.

The growing sleep deprivation we are experiencing – due to stress, anxiety, depression, lack of rhythm, and isolation – is a great concern for our families, businesses, and economy. Without enough (and quality) sleep, our physical and mental health go through a series of changes that will end up impacting your entire life. (We dive deep into this during the program.)

For $21 (a dollar per day), you will get a fresh start on life again. You’ll never think about your stuff, how you spend your time, what you consume, or how you think in the same way ever again! Every morning, an email will be delivered to your inbox that include a message from me and an assignment or tip to help you meet your daily sleep goal and improve your life.


This 21-Day program is available now. You will receive Day 1 after you sign-up and go through the check-out process.

If you are a company or organization that would like to sign-up your employees, please reach out to us through our company/organization page for more information on pricing and the sign-up process.

Sharing: We will not share your information or email with anyone. You’ll receive a final email from us the day after the program ends.

Unsubscribe: If you choose to unsubscribe, your info and email will be removed from receiving further communication.

Gmail users: If you don’t see an email, double check the junk/spam folders as well as the promotions tab for gmail users as sometimes the email may land in there accidentally.

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