I’ve got a question for you.
Do you know how much sleep you actually get at night?
A while ago, a few of my friends started using activity trackers to monitor their sleep, and the results were pretty shocking (even to them!).
I remember one person had a vague idea she was tossing and turning all night, but she was stunned to learn she woke up 17 times every night, on average! Another friend quickly topped that, with 24 times. After a while, it almost became a competition or joke between them, but it’s really not that funny.
Your sleep has a deep impact on every aspect of your life: it helps keep your body strong and healthy, your mind focused, and your mindset positive!
You can get a head start on learning the truth about your sleep patterns now. When it comes to getting healthier, happier, and stronger… the more info you have, the better off you are. All that data gives you something to work from!
I have a story for you today about my overworked wifi router. (Spoiler: this story really isn’t about my router. :) )
A couple of weeks ago my router was giving me major problems – among other things, some of my devices kept dropping their wifi connections.
It was as if they WANTED to connect, but they just couldn’t.
I’d see the wifi icon pop on and I’d start working, but then my laptop would suddenly starting buffering and it would fall back off – honestly it was driving me a little crazy.
(Don’t you just hate watching that buffering icon rotate around and around?!)
Anyway, on the one device that magically did connect, I searched online for a way to fix the problem. Nothing I did seemed to make a difference.
I got so fed up that I shut everything down. EVERYTHING. Even my router.
Then I worked out (best stress reliever ever!) and a little later, I turned everything back on.