Jennifer Williamson is a writer, suicide loss survivor, and creator of HealingBrave.com, where she writes words of hope and heart to help people heal better. She is the author of Sleep Affirmations, Morning Affirmations, and Sleep Rituals. Her books, poems, and words breathe fresh air and courage into the places that need it most. Everything she makes is an offering of light and an invitation to shine. She lives in Central Massachusetts.
Jennifer Williamson is the author of Sleep Affirmations, Morning Affirmations, and Sleep Rituals, and the creator of HealingBrave.com, where she writes words of hope and heart to help people heal better. She lives in Central Massachusetts.
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In the media
I’m honored that I had the chance to speak with the folks at Let’s Get Healthy Radio in Austin, TX about my first book, Sleep Affirmations. You’ll hear me at about 38 minutes into the show. Click here to listen.
Holidays can be hard, which is why I wrote this piece for Thrive Global (founded by Arianna Huffington) featuring excerpts taken from my second book, Morning Affirmations. Click here to read.
Sara at Refinery29 shares 15 of her favorite sleep affirmations from the book and why it “deserves a place on your nightstand.” Click here to read.
Crystal at That Old Kitchen Table featured Sleep Affirmations in her roundup of products and rituals for a better night’s sleep, even if you have anxiety. Click here to read.
In her article, Margarita at Psych Central advocates for helpful self-talk and references her favorite affirmations from my book, Sleep Affirmations, which she calls “beautiful” and “poetic.” Click here to read.
If you want to fall asleep easier and wake up refreshed, read this guest post I wrote for Tips on Life & Love, a lifestyle blog featuring advice from Simon & Schuster’s bestselling books and authors. Click here to read.
I’m humbled that the team at Happify featured Sleep Affirmations (and 10 of their favorite pages from the book) in this article. Click here to read.
Check out this article from Sarah at Health.com, who shares six of her favorite sleep affirmations excerpted from the book. Click here to read.