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APPARENTLY WE ALL NEED MORE SLEEP
APPARENTLY WE ALL NEED MORE SLEEP

According to a new study, the average person goes to bed at 11:15 pm and wakes up at around 5:50 am. The study also found that 40% of us get less than six hours of sleep a night.

That would be me. During the weekends I might get 6-8 hours but during the week, I average around 4. Most would agree that a good night’s sleep consists of at least 8 hours, but these days that seems increasingly difficult to achieve.

You could do what I do and DaVinci Sleep during the day. Leonardo DaVinci hardly slept at all and instead took 42 minute naps. No more, no less. And it was through this process that he was able to find time to complete all the amazing things he created. I’m not saying there’s a MONA LISA in my future, but maybe I can crank out one of those VENUS PAINT BY NUMBER horsies.

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