As in take a nap and
go to bed early. In other words, make sleep a priority. David K. Randall recently wrote in the New York Times
, "Thanks in part to technology and its constant pinging and chiming, roughly 41 million people in the United States—nearly a third of all working adults—get six hours or fewer of sleep a night, according to a recent report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention." Randall also notes that "sleep—including short naps that include deep sleep—offers our brains the chance to decide what new information to keep and what to toss." So respect your weekend sleepiness. Fluff your pillows. Take sunbeam-dozing lessons from your cat. And rest up. A week of possibilities awaits.
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