By Kacey Bradley

If you think about it, travel is a form of self-care. You break free from the daily grind to relax, re-energize and explore new places. And not many people do this — only 28% of Americans planned to use all of their vacation days in 2019. The fact that you take time away bodes well for your mental health. 

Still, you can do more to make your getaway a method of self-care. Here are five tips for traveling in a way that soothes both your mind and body.

By Scott Mathews

Are you tired of having sleepless nights? Is having a quality sleep a smart goal of yours for this new year? Or is it something your doctor prescribed? If you want to have a better sleep, you are in the right place.

Many factors can enhance sleep, and one of the most vital of them is creating a supportive environment. Here are a few budget-friendly options to upgrade your bedroom to mark the beginning of a happy year.

By Frank Hamilton

Sleep and food are the two main components of normal life. And these are the things that have a direct impact on your productivity throughout the day. And if the body can still forgive you for a one-time pass of a meal, then be sure that if you do not get enough sleep, then your day will most likely be doomed. 

In this article, we've put together seven basic tips on how to normalize your sleep patterns and stick to the right habits.

By Michael Levitt

We’ve heard that sleep is important for your productivity at work (and in life) to be at its best. 

Did you know that if you are burned out, your sleep and productivity will be impacted as well? 

Here’s some information and tips to maximize your sleep and productivity, to prevent burnout.


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