6:30 pm, April 18th | by Colette McIntyre
In today’s EOD roundup, the Boston Marathon bombing, the Senate’s vote against the expansion of background checks on firearm sales , the Texas fertilizer plant explosion — so far, it has been a f*$!#ng terrible, awful, no good, very bad week. In such an intense time, be sure to take care of yourselves, Doughnuts. The [...]
1:45 pm, April 9th | by Sarah Devlin
How did you sleep last night?
3:00 pm, January 19th | by Colette McIntyre
That Business Insider article about successful people who barely sleep got to you: you discovered that Marissa Mayer and Indra Nooyi both run massive companies on four hours of sleep and now you feel guilty every time you take a nap. But rest easy, my young professional sister!
9:30 am, January 3rd | by Meredith Lepore
Those bags under your eyes may be a good thing!
1:15 pm, August 24th | by Laura Donovan
I’m in a ridiculously good mood today. No, not because it’s Friday, but because I slept nine hours last night, a stark contrast to the five to six I usually get each day. You don’t need me to tell you that sleep deprivation is incredibly unhealthy and quite possibly the worst mood killer out there, but the infographic below illustrates why getting enough rest is crucial to quality of life and makes such a difference in work performance. Arianna Huffington knows this all too well, and look at all she has accomplished with her site!
10:46 am, August 15th | by Laura Donovan
Exhausted from the mid-week slump? I bet the folks at Huffington Post aren’t dead tired, as their office has two nap rooms and founder Arianna Huffington advocates for all things sleep-related. She has every reason to concern herself with the shut eye of her employees: naps have been proven to decrease drowsiness, increase alertness, and benefit a person’s health, according to a new infographic.
8:30 am, February 29th | by Hillary Reinsberg
Good morning there! Feeling sleepy? Probably not as sleepy as a health aide or lawyer from Oklahoma.