Today you should take a look at what you've set up for yourself as the last thing you see before you go to sleep and the first thing you see when you wake up.
Has your bedside table become a cluttered mess? Unattractive surroundings in general? Are there nagging unfinished projects in view from your pillow?
Cut the clutter and tune your bedroom to reduce stress.
Make a place for your change. I use my father's silver baby cup for laundry quarters and a wide-mouthed ceramic vase I bought when I was an undergraduate in Wales for all my other change.
Do you like a warm place to put your feet when you get out of bed? Treat yourself to a good small carpet if you need one.
Is your bedside light too bright or too dim? Or are you lacking one altogether and relying on an overhead light that doesn't soothe your senses? Give yourself good diffused lighting that it's easy to turn off when you're ready to drift to sleep.
Do you have all your potential and in-progress reading piled right beside the bed? Tidy it up into a better holding location – perhaps a very small bookcase? – and just keep the active titles at arms' length.
Got a jumble of remotes? Could they go in a little basket or in a nightstand drawer instead?
Think about what you really need to have right beside the bed and contain it appropriately in something pleasing to your senses. Give your room a feeling of rightness and comfort which will soothe you to sleep and refresh you when you wake.
And, just a reminder, when you're dusting, sweeping and vacuuming always start with your bedroom so that it stays the cleanest place in the house. Allergies most definitely aren't relaxing.