Unless you’re stuck in your teenage years where 12 hours of sleep was the norm, chances are you’re tired. Whether your boss doesn’t seem to acknowledge that the rest of the world has a life after 5pm, your two-year-old (or 12-year-old) refuses to go to bed, or you just can’t make yourself turn off Conan, the next day can be exhausting and draining. And while a sleep-deprived state is not fun for anyone, researchers found women actually get more shut-eye than men–we just complain more about being tired. More
We all want to be that woman–you know, the one who never lets a day pass without posting about her five zillion accomplishments on Facebook. The woman who got up at 5am, did a two-hour workout, dressed in her perfectly-pressed suit, worked all day (in heels, no less), stopped at the bank, the grocery store and Target on her way home, did a quickie change of clothes, met friends out for dinner and made it home just in time to pay some bills, do the laundry and read three more chapters of her favorite book before getting up the next day to do it all over again. More
Somebody save my butt. Literally. I can envision those very words coming out of my mouth if ever, in the near or distant future, I have to have a colonoscopy. Yesterday, Reuters reported on a new study that suggests doctors are less likely to catch cancer-causing polyps during a late-day colonoscopy exam because of fatigue. So. Many. Punchlines.
Sure, doctors are human, and are prone to same human errors as we are, but when a doctor is examining your holiest of holies (pun intended), you really don’t want to go through all that pants-around-your-ankles embarrassment and discomfort just to be told your doc needs to catch up on her ZZZ’s. Really, is there anything worse you could possible hear during a medical exam? Actually, there probably is. More
As you all know I try and stay as positive as possible, as I believe that we determine our level of happiness. Then occassionally I have a day like today. One when I am crying inside and yet they just … More
Grief can be really sap your energy levels, even just getting up seems impossible. I cam across this article called Your Guide to Never Feeling Tired Again Two that I would like to highlight are 1) Write down your worries. … More