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Apr 20, 2016


Really excited about this episode! Media mogul, political pundit, single mom and Forbes' 'Most Powerful Woman,' Arianna Huffington joins me on this awesome episode to talk about her New York Times bestselling book, The Sleep Revolution: Transform Your Life, One Night At A Time.

After the show, Arianna emailed to say our conversation "felt like talking to an old friend" — and I agree. In this Like a Mother episode, the Huffington Post co-founder and editor-in-chief and I dish about:

  • The indisputable, powerful, cannot-ignore science quantifying why sleep is really key to health, wealth and happiness. 
  • How we could all save so much money and energy on beauty treatments if we just chilled out and got regular Zs (Jane Fonda and Jennifer Anniston told Huffington sleep was the key to their ageless looks).
  • Huffington's own rock-bottom of sleeplessness— waking in a pool of her own blood, having passed out in a bout of extreme exhaustion.
  • The expensive professional mistakes Huffington made as a result of lack of sleep.
  • Huffington's personal connection between rest, intuition and spirituality.
  • 3 easy, 100% free, and life-changing moves everyone can make now to dramatically improve your sleep— and life.
  • What Arianna Huffington wears to bed.
  • The high priestess of sleep calls me out on my secret bad bedtime habit (despite my proclamations of great sleep hygiene. Busted!)
  • Why the prioritization of sleep really is a revolution— one requiring a paradigm shift in our attitudes about work, success, wellness and even science — and what everyone from executives to politicians to workers to moms can do to push the revolution forward.