Pretty much every company geared towards health is starting to realise the potential of sleep. Therefore, they are developing tools to improve it. So how do you improve it?
No I'm not going to explain to you how an internal combustion engine works. Let's say a car is just a metaphor for my lack of writing lately.
There are the two main problems I had when setting up a blog. I couldn't get over the hurdle of defining what I'm going to write about and I had trouble with setting up a website. The idea behind this post is to remove these two hurdles. I'm going to show you why to start and how to do so today.
In our minds, quality usually beats quantity. It's much more delightful to own one quality product than to own a lot mediocre ones. It's apparently just the opposite with skills and success.
After a year of blogging and coding I realised how much I learned in the process. This article focuses on what exactly this has been. I like to think it's not just another article on the web, but rather a valuable reflection for anyone who has ever considered blogging.
Blaming someone or something else for what happened is easy, but we do not affect that. Making ourselves accountable, however, is tough, but in my experience, beneficial. We affect ourselves.
Why in the world does a cup of the most widely used and abused psychoactive substance in the world keep us awake? There are a diverse number of reasons, but here's my try at it from a medical perspective.
You know, that great idea for your next article, tweet or present for a friend you thought of the other day and then forgot about it? How many times has it happened to you? If you're lucky, it comes back to you, but usually not in the right moment.
Cognitive dissonance happens to us daily. It makes us uneasy and we then try to fight it by deluding ourselves. Usually, we can't do much about it. But what we can do is to acknowledge it and change our behaviour and thinking.
Every day, we can choose how we feel and what we do. We can affect our mood and actions for better or for worse. More often than not we're stuck in our own mindset, refusing to escape it.