The self help industry (and good psychology) tells us how important self care is. As the awareness and clearer articulation about ‘self help’ has evolved, we have collectively become aware that we deserve to: relax take ‘me’ time be appreciated be loved be respected find our voice use our voice voice our opinions share our […]
If you were having a moment and thinking that it would be fun to stay up all night watching TV, hanging out with friends, or partaking in any type of long-form nocturnal activity, you might want to read this article first. Right! Now go to bed!!
The concept of work-life balance is a ubiquitous ideal for many. The philosophy began in the 70s, gained momentum in the 80s, worked its way into our professional vernacular, and fuelled many a professional learning opportunity for employers and employees. However, we have all moved on from the concept of having work and life balanced
I gave a recent story in The Atlantic only a cursory glance on publication as I was caught in the throes of busy work period. A few friends alerted me to the story, but I only re-read it this morning when another story linked to it and extrapolated on the key theme. And it’s one
I have spoken before of my addiction to the app Sleep Cycle. After 417 nights of sleep monitoring, I know really cool things such as: I sleep an average of 7hrs 32mins a night The total time in bed over these 417 days has been 18.7 weeks Shortest night of sleep was 9 May 2013