About Jolandi Becker
Jolandi traded the corporate hustle-and-bustle for motherhood and became a stay-at-home mom. She is married to a German and the family speaks three languages at home. After having baby number two, she thought she knew it all!

Jolandi’s journey with Good Night started with her being a client. The baby-mom-sleep-struggle ignited her passion for sleep and her purpose became clear. After joining Good Night as a consultant in 2014, her passion grew with each family she assisted. Now, Jolandi’s helped hundreds of families, and she believes sleep is the fundamental building block of healthy living. She considers the education around better sleep as a passion rather than a job.

In 2016 she joined the management team and a year later she became joint owner. With each role she’s taken on, she’s felt the difference she was making to assist families during their own struggles. She continues to feel the passion as for her, Good Night is an extension of who she is.

Jolandi currently assists Good Night consultants in bettering their offering and makes sure that each client receives the best service they deserve. She continues to see clients personally. “It is still my main passion and I don’t want to lose that part of what I love! We have a responsibility towards our clients, the parents and the baby and I take this responsibility very seriously.”

Certified Good Night Sleep Consultant
BCom Communication Management Degree
Post Graduate Certificate in Education
Favourite bedtime story for kids
Gruffalo by Julia Donaldson
One thing I never go to sleep without
My pillow
Biggest Misconceptions about sleep
That it is normal for babies NOT to sleep and that it just a phase and that your child will grow out of it.
One thing all parents must know about sleep
Sleep for your child is a necessity NOT a luxury
Worst sleep advice
That my child will eventually grow out of it.
Ingredients for a good night's sleep
Consistency, love and patience
Best sleep tip for parents
A consistent bedtime routine that is not too long or too late.
Favourite bedtime lullaby
Let it go – Elsa – I have to sing it every night to my daughter.