Falling asleep doesn’t always come easy
While we don’t all sleep the same, boom 99.7 and Sleep Country are encouraging you to make your Sleep Promise.
And the LullaBOOM is here to help!
We want to help you get the sleep you deserve with a $500 gift card to Sleep Country! Listen all week for our daily lullaby, and enter the song below for your chance to win just in time for World Sleep Day!
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This World Sleep Day on March 19th, Sleep Country encourages you to take the Sleep Promise, and commit to small steps to improve your sleep and well-being
- A Sleep Promise is:
- A promise to invest in and take care of ourselves.
- A promise to evaluate the role sleep plays in our lives.
- A promise to take the small steps to build healthier sleep habits.
- A promise to stop putting sleep at the end of our to-do lists.
- A promise to give our bodies and minds the rest it deserves.
- A promise that our future self will thank us for.
- A promise today for a brighter tomorrow because a better tonight leads to better tomorrow.
Sleep Country understand that there’s more keeping us up than ever before. BUT a good night’s sleep is one of the best forms of self care. For some, this could be reducing screen time before bed and for others this could be creating a relaxing bedtime ritual or waking up at a consistent time every day. However big or small the action, it’s about making a promise to yourself to make sleep a priority so you can feel and be your best self. Sleep Country is encouraging Canadians to reflect on their current sleep patterns to consider how they can form better habits and take action to start investing in their sleep today for a healthier tomorrow. On March 19, join Sleep Country in celebrating World Sleep Day and share your Sleep Promise on social media using the hashtag #MySleepPromise.
No purchase necessary. Limit one (1) entry per person, per contest period. One (1) Grand Prize available to be won. Approximate retail value of Grand Prize CDN$500. Must be a legal resident of the province of Ontario who is age of majority or older at time of entry. Excludes Quebec residents. Contest runs from March 15, 2021 to March 19, 2021. Entries must be received by 16:00 ET on March 19 2021. Skill testing question may be required. Odds of being selected depend on number of eligible entries received.