Episode 24. Burnout, Exhaustion & How To Get A Good Night's Sleep

Welcome to a brand new season of Let’s Discuss Show! We are so delighted to be back here with you. 

Thank you for all of your support for our debut podcasting year in 2017. The response we received was incredible, and we are so excited to continue to build, share and serve our Let’s Discuss community. 

In our first episode of Season 4, we’re looking closely at Burnout. Burnout is a serious condition of extreme exhaustion, which many of us will suffer with at some point in our lives.  

Having both experienced Burnout first hand, we’re keen to avoid it entirely for 2018. 

In this episode we share our own experiences of exhaustion and how we plan on keeping it at bay.

We also sit down with occupational therapist and wellbeing expert Rosie Curtis to discuss how to get your best night’s sleep. 

This episode is perfect if you’ve ever experienced burnout, exhaustion or feel like it’s on the horizon for you soon. 

We hope that together we can navigate a more restful and energised year ahead. 


At the end of this episode we have a short interview. Unfortunately the audio quality of the interview was slightly distorted so our apologies for this. 

We advise sticking with the interview, as the content is incredibly helpful. 

Thank you for your understanding.


Ella's blog - Coco’s Tea Party 

Monica's blog - The Elgin Avenue

Ella's Instagram account - @CocosTeaParty 

Monica's Instagram account - @MonicaBeatrice

Rosie’s incredible wellbeing business:

Rosie’s website - Being Well Therapy

Rosie’s Instagram @RosieBeingWell

Show Links

Episode 23. Our Highs & Lows Of 2017 And How We Are Approaching 2018

How Burnout Became A Sinister And Insidious Epidemic, by Moya Sarner for The Guardian 

Episode 13. Habits, The Four Tendencies & How We React To Expectations

Gretchen Rubin’s Four Tendencies Quiz 

Episode 5. Quarter Life Crisis & How To Handle It

Exhausted to Energised by Dr Libby Weaver

Blue light filter glasses or a retro pair!

7 Podcasts For When You Need A Boost Of Motivation by Abby Vancisin for Glitter Guide

Ella’s Recipe for Limiting Burnout

Focus on two key focuses at any one time. 

Get better at saying “no”.

Take more time off when it’s needed.

Monica’s Recipe for Limiting Burnout

Focus on the Health, Home, Hustle technique.


“Be observant and introspective of your energy.”


Ella’s rate: dark chocolate corn cakes from Pret a Manger. 

Monica’s slate: the unexpected costs of moving house.