Newest sleep story, “December sleigh ride.”

Hi everyone! So, by now, you know that I love sleep stories. I fell in love with sleep stories earlier this year. I was having major insomnia at the time and discovered how helpful sleep stories were while working on a school project. I produced my first sleep story around late April, and I’ve been on a roll since.

The main reason I write these stories is because many people suffer from a lack of sleep, or not getting a full night’s rest. Since sleep stories helped me, I created some to help you! See how that works? That’s what life is all about. When we are blessed, we’re supposed to be a blessing to others, and creating these stories is a joy as well.

So, if you need help taking a nap during the day, or just need to quietly meditate for a few minutes, or if it’s bedtime, but your brain still wants to wonder- listen to my newest sleep story and watch how it takes you through an enchanted winter wonderland to dreamland. The arctic animal sound effects and snow falling softly against your windowpane will help put your mind at ease. Listen by clicking play below and check out my other sleep stories on Spotify – Shubricca L Bell.


January nights: Dance of the northern lights Shubricca L Bell

Fall asleep to this sleep story by listening to the calming sound of the northern lights, as they make a celestial dance across the night's sky. — This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. — Send in a voice message:
  1. January nights: Dance of the northern lights
  2. Incomplete: A short story. (Final part)
  3. December sleigh ride
  4. Incomplete: A short story (part 3)
  5. Incomplete: A short story (part 2)

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