I will share my story because it has REALLY helped my husband and me!
After we both crossed the 50th birthday mark, our sleep patterns changed. We went to bed and of course ALL the possible thoughts came knocking. We were both restless, tossed and turned to no avail.
10 months ago, we decided to change our entire bedroom.
We had read about this a dozen times, but always said mehh ok the new hype.
How wrong we were!

So here’s what we did:

  1. We sold our California King bed and bought two extra long twins and stuck them together. First HUGE relief, each of us can toss and turn without disturbing the other. 
  2. We emptied our bedroom and created a Zen environment. Beds, nightstands, and one chest of drawers is all that’s left in the bedroom.
  3. We got rid of every iPad, phone, even our electric alarm clock. We bought a silent battery operated simple alarm clock for $11 dollars and that’s the only “device” we allowed in the bedroom.

                       We bought a pair of dark blue curtains that darken the bedroom.

The first night, we didn’t think that much had changed…. low and behold we woke up the next morning relaxed, refreshed and thought: WOW we did sleep.
Second night, same results.
We have never looked back.

Try this and you will see a big difference. All those articles are right! Any electronic device including television, laptops, cell phones, iPads etc, do emit frequencies just by being connected to your home’s WiFi.
I had to share this because we have so many friends who really can’t sleep and tell us that we are exaggerating by changing our bedroom like we did.

Good luck and here’s to a full night’s sleep for everyone 



  • Mariella Stockmal

    Operations & Risk Management Executive

    I combine many years of experience and strategy to create results across various functions from eCommerce, Finance, Operations, and Risk. Skills and Experience: * Operations & Office Management * Finance, Fraud Management and Safety Measures creation to protect brands and companies. * Claims, Disputes and Chargebacks (Vantiv, Braintree, Ethoca, PayPal, Shopify, Global Collect, Adyen etc.) * QuickBooks and Bookkeeping * Policy Creation specific to an organization’s goals * Ability to solve problems * Desire to learn new things * Passion and adaptability * Slack, Zoom, G-Suite, and other office/business software * Accustomed to handling sensitive, confidential records. * Diplomatic and tactful with professionals and non-professionals at all levels * Word, Excel, Google Drive, Social Media * Fully equipped home office for remote work assignments * Languages: Greek, German, English, conversational French and Italian Job History: Owner at Business And Risk Management Jan 2018 – Current Blog about Business, Risk, Finance and Fraud Protection. Risk Manager, TrackR September 2015, January 2018 Protected the company from fraud and unauthorized transactions. Brought chargeback rate down from 17% to 0.3%. Also worked with QuickBooks online doing reconciliations and entering data. Chargebacks – Claims Manager, FastSpring December 2011 – September 2015, Santa Barbara, CA Worked closely with co-founders, managed Fraud and Chargebacks, and worked with QuickBooks. Created policies, updated back end to portray proper sales/refunds. COO, SteveStockmalMusic.com Music Education - Music Performance Risk Management and Policy Creation, Financial management. Operations Manager at Santa Barbara International Film Festival Office Operations Management, policy implementation. COO, D. Kallonas & Son. Ltd. Policy creation, overall Company operations, international travel and finance