To learn how to hack your sleep for productive days (and for deep sleep), the first thing you need to do is to consider circadian rhythms.
Your natural sleep-wake cycle might not be conducive to your current lifestyle or schedule. Or maybe you want to wake up earlier to be more productive throughout the day. If this is the case, you’ll need to adjust to your new schedule or routine. The tips below will help you not only hack your circadian rhythm but will increase time in deep sleep and help you wake up rested and ready to take on the day!
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A healthy plant-based diet can benefit both our health and the planet. Transitioning to a more plant-based diet should focus on increasing healthy plant foods and worry less about reducing animal products.
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These days, more people are thinking about the condition of the world and how they can do their part to fight climate change and make our planet a better place. If you live in a city, then you see the major skyscrapers, the constant construction, and the incredible resources that are necessary for a large population, and you may think that you can’t also help the planet. However, the good news is that you can make a difference regardless of where you call home.
Today we will talk about the many ways that you can live a sustainable life as you commute, shop, and spend time at home.
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The new year presents new opportunities to add sustainable style to your home. At first glance, you can probably come up with a few potential updates for various rooms.
From replacing the floors to adding modern appliances, your house holds plenty of potential for greener living and comfort. Here are six ideas for decorating your home sustainably in 2023.
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An average user spends 2 hours and 27 minutes per day on social media. 89% of college students have moderate or severe nomophobia (the fear of being detached from mobile phone contact).
How to put an end to this madness?
Digital minimalism is the answer.
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