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Wake up, Suzy

Surely if you slow down, you sleep more? So why is Suzy Walker lying awake at night worrying? In her ‘My slow year’ experiment, she has time to think it through

For me, going slow is synonymous with sleeping – napping, lie-ins, duvet days… Experts say you should only use your bed for sleep and sex but mine is a top spot to hang out. I have sloppy sleep hygiene – I don’t go to bed at the same time every night, I work and even eat in bed and Oscar the dog is a permanent bedmate. On my birthday, in his speech, my godson said one of his favourite memories was being in bed with me, my son and Oscar eating pizza for breakfast on a Saturday. ‘My mother would never allow it!’ he announced gleefully. My bedroom is certainly not an oasis of calm.

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