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feind liest mit We neglect to give ourselves the valuable gift of sleep.
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- I’ll sleep when I’m dead.
- Sleep is for the weak.
- … but I might miss something…
- No sleep till Brooklyn!
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welche maus benutzt taddl Those of us who are sleepless in [insert city here] are doing the adult version of this. We wait so long and neglect our body’s natural need for sleep that we end up having accidents. Literally – accidents in cars, accidents at work (typos, oversights), you name it.
parties prenantes entreprises We’re doing ourselves a huge disservice. We might as well go to work drunk. No, seriously. Research shows that the effect of performance on even a moderate level of fatigue is equivalent to or greater than what is considered acceptable for alcohol intoxication (source: hbr.org).
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legend synonyms english view How do we expect to change the world if we’re operating at such a low level? Clarity of thought, speech and purpose are critical in making life decisions. Why are we doing this to ourselves?
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http://hangsteve.live/2019/05 parken xtra zürich I don’t know everything there is to know about this, but thank goodness for the internet. Here’s a little extra reading about FOMO and the importance of sleep:
ravensburger hütte bilder watch Here are 10 reasons why you can’t sleep and how to fix them
Sleep less, eat more, gain weight
The perils of sacrificing sleep for late-night studying
Life dissatisfaction linked with fear of missing out, study finds
wenn kuba dann wo Those six cups of coffee I mentioned? Not an exaggeration. I’ve asked my life’s Allies to hold me accountable. This has ranged from cutting off access to email, turning off my phone at night (gasp!) and making sure my coffee intake is brought to a healthy level. It hasn’t worked so far, but we’re getting there.
berühmte blinde persönlichkeiten there I’m trying to change the status quo: you snooze, you win.
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http://necksince.live/2019/06 commencer diète cétogène We all have our vices. What are yours? What are you doing to hold someone accountable for not indulging in their vice? Keep us informed and let’s keep the discussion going. We need to make sure we’ve got the energy to change the world.