Posts Tagged ‘sleep’

Stress and worry are common companions for entrepreneurs and executives, often manifesting as sleepless nights and early morning awakenings. You are not alone if you are awake between 2 and 3 a.m. This phenomenon can be understood through the lens of nature’s universal laws, the importance of being real, and the principles of transition management. […]

Dishes done with love do not keep us awake. Tea without caffeine is not a cause. Cooking lovingly will soothe us ready for sleep and time spent working before bed on things poetic or artistic don not keep us awake. What we do with love makes us sleep deeper no matter the importance of it. […]