Why Sleep Matters?

Recently, I was honored to join a group of rockstar advocates and innovators for a fantastic discussion and experimental filming exercise! Check out this awesome first video highlighting narcolepsy, sleepiness and invisible illnesses: When you get invited to an “experimental filming dinner party” in the Hollywood Hills where there’s no cellphone service, you may feel a little uncertain… […]

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A few nights ago, I returned home from work exhausted and found a mysterious heavy package on my doorstep. Inside was a brand new copy of Narcolepsy: A Clinical Guide (2nd ed.), edited by Dr. Meeta Goswami, Dr. Michael Thorpy and S.R. Pandi-Perumal. As a patient advocate, it was a HUGE honor to contribute the chapter […]

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On March 11-13, Project Sleep is taking to our beds for SLEEP IN 2016 to make PEACE with SLEEP during National Sleep Awareness Week! Challenge yourself to stay in bed for 12-48 hours over the weekend and join an international movement to raise awareness about sleep health and sleep disorders. Register today (it’s free): www.crowdrise.com/sleepin2016 With […]

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DALLAS, will you SLEEP WALK with me?

by julie on May 21, 2015

I’m sooo excited to announce that I’ll be visiting Texas for SLEEP WALK DALLAS FORT WORTH on June 13, 2015. I can’t wait to raise sleep awareness with my DFW friends, plus I hear there’s face painting, prizes and a bounce house, so join us! IMPORTANT: Purchase t-shirt by Sunday, May 24th REGISTRATION: $5 in advance or at […]

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Happy Sleep Week, friends! This National Sleep Awareness Week, I can’t wait for Project Sleep’s first-ever international SLEEP IN (#SLEEPIN2015). On March 6-8, we will be taking to our beds to raise awareness about sleep health and sleep disorders while fundraising for Project Sleep. Let’s make PEACE with SLEEP! Sign up today: www.crowdrise.com/SLEEPIN Full details: www.project-sleep.com/sleepin I truly cannot […]

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The patient’s voice is rarely included in medical journals, but luckily, I love breaking down superficial barriers between patients and medical professionals. Check out: “Narcolepsy: Let the Patient’s Voice Awaken Us”, by Julie Flygare, JD and Sairam Parthasarathy, MD, (American Journal of Medicine, January 2015). I feel so lucky to have collaborated with Dr. Parthasarathy on this project, he’s a doctor […]

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Launching Project Sleep’s New Website

by julie on August 22, 2014

This week, we launched Project Sleep’s new website! We’ve created a bright site to match our vision for a brighter future. This will be our launching pad to showcase and expand our efforts.  A few fun pages to explore: “How I Am Curing My Sleep Disorder” Guest Post by Stacy Simera Host a NARCOLEPSY: NOT ALONE event! SLEEP WALK TAMPA […]

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Project Sleep is officially a 501(c)(3) tax exempt non-profit organization – which means that all generous donations are now tax-deductible!  My heart jumped out of my chest when I received the news. I read the official IRS determination letter about 20 times to make sure I wasn’t dreaming. I could hardly believe it, my long-time […]

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As founder of Project Sleep, I’m thrilled to unveil our beautiful new logo in this introductory video: Thank you for celebrating this exciting step forward with Project Sleep! Our new website is on its way soon along with other announcements and events. A big thank you to Alex Withrow for his amazing photography and video production.  Please […]

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