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In a different way to hunger and thirst, though, the less good-quality sleep you have, the greater your sleepiness, not only when you're about to go to bed, but at other times, too. SLEEP SCIENCE TOO MUCH AND TOO LITTLE SLEEP The dangers of having too little sleep, and the conditions associated with too little sleep, are well-publicized, but less well known are the adverse effects and associations of too much sleep. Is having more important than being? Is buying more important than doing? Many of us crave, or think we crave, that soft pillow of abundance represented by full cupboards and wardrobes and shelves, but it can be an artificial comfort. Every new possession you bring through the door of your home is a responsibility, something new to care for, to clean, to tidy up and to put away. Make sure it's worth it. In his excellent, thought-provoking article Stuffocation: Living More With Less, James Wallman writes, The best place to find status, identity, meaning, and happiness is in experiences. <a href=''>Less</a> cleaning, more living. <a href=''>Making</a> a plan <a href=''>I</a> love a list. <a href=''>Lists</a> are like everyday poetry to me. <a href=''>Adam</a> biting into the proverbial, illusionary, apple <a href=''>Every</a> time we react to the world around us <a href=''>If</a> you look to time and space <a href=' '>Yet</a> discover they look to you for answers, <a href=''>The</a> more you believe in appearances, <a href=''>By</a> all means enjoy appearances, <br /><br /><a href=''>It's</a> not the unseen that's fiction, <a href=''>What</a> you can touch will one day disappear; <a href=''>The</a> truth will not only set you free, <a href=''>To</a> see more and more of what we're missing <a href=' '>Yoga</a> is for anyone and for everyone. <a href=''>Yoga</a> is for the average Joe. <a href='*/'>If</a> you have pulled a muscle reaching for a chocolate biscuit, then yoga is for you. <a href=''>If</a> you only want to learn to stretch so you can fix your man bun, then yoga is for you. <a href=''>If</a> you drink full fat milk, love a T-bone steak, hate avocados, think Lululemon is a girl band, then yoga is for you. <a href=''>If</a> like the Henry vacuum cleaner you have lots of attachments, then yoga is, guess what, for you. <a href=''>Yoga</a> is for everyone. <a href=''>All</a> you have to do is to be willing to try. <a href=''>On</a> a final note, before I introduce you to the source of yoga, I would like to ask your forgiveness for any errors in this article, be they scientific or cultural. <a href=''>I</a> am not a scientist or an academic. <a href=''>2)</a> Working on the wrong things. <a href=''>This</a> is when you work on unproductive tasks that contribute little to your overall vision. <a href=''>When</a> you work on the wrong things, your short-term and long-term focus might be good, but your transitional focus is poor. <a href=''>For</a> instance, you may spend hours creating a video article trailer that will have a negligible impact on your sales. <a href=''>Or</a> you may try to sell a product by knocking door-to-door, while there are much more effective ways to sell. <a href=''>Solutions:</a> <br /><br /><a href=''>Spend</a> more time to identify the key tasks you need to focus on to achieve your goals. <a href=''>To</a> do so, look for role models and buy articles, courses or products from people who have already achieved your goals. <a href=''>In</a> the sections, Assessing the Value of Information and How to Select the Right Product for You, we will see how you can find the right information and implement it effectively. <a href=''>3)</a> Working on things that don't improve your life. <a href=''>Companies</a> may try to best one another in one market and work together in another. <a href=''>Microsoft</a> Windows running on Apple's Macs is an example. <a href=''>Another</a> is the way LinkedIn, the leading professional-networking site, at times competes with headhunters and at other times is used by headhunters, as described in an article by Thomas Friedman: <a href=''>Sure,</a> competition here is sharp-elbowed, said Reid Hoffman, co-founder and executive chairman of LinkedIn. <a href=''>But</a> no one can succeed by themselves. <a href=''>Apple</a> today is totally focused on how it can better work with its [applications] developer community. <a href=''>It</a> cannot thrive without them. <a href=''>The</a> only way you can achieve something magnificent is by working with other people, said Hoffman. <a href=''>There</a> is lots of co-opetition. <a href=''>LinkedIn</a> competes with headhunters and is used by headhunters. <a href=''>Over</a> the next four months Edna was subjected to all the wonders that modern medicine can offer. <a href=''>Her</a> son was adamant that she should be given CPR if necessary and getting a DNAR (Do Not Attempt Resuscitation) order proved impossible. <a href=''>No</a> doctor has to offer a treatment, and CPR is a treatment, if there is no chance of benefit. <a href=''>In</a> practice, when such discussions with relatives reach an impasse, doctors often abandon them and wait for another day. <a href=''>Edna</a> was in pain, especially when moved on to a bedpan. <a href=''>Her</a> son was adamant that she was not, he felt opiates would kill her and there were daily negotiations around pain relief. <br /><br /><a href=''>He</a> maintained that she was happy and that she wasenriching' his life. Her daughter was also convinced that Edna would want all available treatment. The nurses raised safeguarding issues arising from her son's interference in her care and his belief that pain medication would be harmful to her. There were numerous chest infections caused by saliva trickling down into her lungs. Keep the briefs in the drawer Let's say your neighborhood bar reopens. What do you do? Well, if you're a plus, you pay it a visit and spend some of your money to help him out. If you're a minus, you sue him for inadequate hand sanitizer in the restroom. See, we need to allow civilization sufficient time to restart before we let the lawyers wake up and get to work. Because once a lawyer is in the room, nothing gets done until ten years from now. Seriously, would any of the great inventions have occurred if lawyers were in the vicinity of said inventions? Do you think we'd have electricity? No, Ben Franklin's kite would have been impounded as a public hazard. Eventually, a confluence of unrelated medical and psychoeducational demands had us pull the plug. We would have to homeschool. My background in teaching kids with learning differences as well as in social work kicked in, as did my own life experiences. It was mine to make up. We, like most families with special needs kids, have a lot of professionals involved intimately in our lives - sometimes uncomfortably so. Between endless appointments, assessments, interventions, reassessments, advice, and opinions on every aspect of life from toileting to the state of the marriage, there isn't a lot of room for privacy, or for just being versus always doing - a simple thing that neurotypical families probably never much consider.

Still, we respect learned opinions and professional dedication. Over the years, our family has accumulated an amazing team of experts whose willingness to think outside of the box is both exciting and challenging. Needless to say, this unexpected educational byway had me extremely self-conscious. I had confidence that I knew my kids best, that I was dedicated to them as no one else could be - but I was still uneasy, I promise you. Then it is violently opposed. Finally it is accepted as self-evident. What if I told you that some people know when they are being stared at from behind, and they even know when they are being stared at when the looker is staring from another room by video camera? Or if I told you that some twins know when the other twin is in danger even when they are physically separated; Or if I told you that some dogs know when their owners mentally decide to come home, even when the owners come home in randomly selected taxis, from randomly selected locations (miles away), at randomly selected times? Or if I told you that people's bodies respond to erotic images seconds before the image is randomly generated by a computer, even though the person is unaware that the computer will show an erotic image? if I told you that the U. Or if I told you that some patients who undergo cardiac arrest (ie, their heart stops and there is no brain function), upon being brought back to life recall lucid memories and logical thought processes that occurred during the time of no brain function? Or if I told you that some people who have been blind since birth who have a near-death experience report that during the experience they are able to see, but after the experience they go back to being blind? Or if I told you that a savant, deemed by doctors as retarded, was able to memorize articles read to him after a single reading at the age of 18 months, and by age six had memorized the entire index of a set of encyclopedias? The way we view our bodies impacts the way we participate in the world . I just read a really great article in Bitch Magazine called Pretty Unnecessary where Lindsay King-Miller rightfully questions the focus on the importance of beauty within the body positive movement. She says, While I'm in favor of encouraging women to feel confident and happy, I worry that today's body positivity focuses too much on affirming beauty and not enough on deconstructing its necessity. She goes on to share an experience she had on Facearticle: A friend published a post that said, I'm not pretty and I'm fine with that. What of course followed was a barrage of comments from misguided though well-meaning friends who insisted she was being ridiculous and of course she was pretty. Lindsay describes her discomfort with and defensiveness about this type of forceful response: Here was a woman moving away from an oppressive and harmful hierarchy, and with the best of intentions, her friends were trying to drag her back in.