Contrary to popular belief, sleep is not for the dead, it’s actually a really productive way to spend your time. More
Ever since I was a little baby, I have been bad at sleeping. Yes, almost all babies have trouble sleeping through the night, but I was impossibly hard to stand. After becoming a toddler, I wouldn’t fall asleep until my … More
Dream Doctor Kelly Sullivan Walden has some thoughts on how important dreams and dream recall can be to your health.
It doesn’t seem so strange that most artists I know are avid dreamers. Perhaps by virtue of their profession (and ability to wake up leisurely in the afternoon without the blaring sounds of an alarm) they have a natural respect for dreams. However, it is the logical people in my life — the math professors, accountants, lawyers, and suit-and-tie wearing professionals who get up at the crack of dawn with an earth-shattering alarm who don’t seem to recall their dreams, nor do they seem to put much stock in them.
But we all dream, and we all have problems. In fact, one way of looking at life is that it is a constant stream of problems to solve (or, for the Pollyannas of the world, we call them “opportunities”). And don’t we all want to be better problem solvers? Wouldn’t being an expert problem solver make even the most logic-based among us more peaceful and productive? More
It’s summer, but school is cool. And our Daily Health Quiz will test your know-how. Answer our question, below, and check back tomorrow for the answer and your next pop quiz.
We’re jealous of all of you lucky non-East coasters this weekend. There’s a lunar eclipse early tomorrow (Saturday) morning that we won’t be able to see. Everyone in the rest of the country will either have to stay up really … More
You don’t have to constantly do crosswords or Sudoku to improve your brain function. There are lots of little things you probably already do that can contribute to keeping your noggin sharp. After work, you may engage in relaxing activities … More