This Is Why You Can’t Go Back to Sleep When You Want To

Audrey Shtecinjo/Stocksy And why you can’t wake up when you have to. By Jesse Hicks Life would be much easier if we could toggle the human body’s sleep mode on and off as easily as we do on our phones. But for many people, there’s an inverse relationship to what they want and what they get once they’re under the covers—whether it’s a few extra hours to snooze on a lazy Sunday morning, or the ability to spring out of bed feeling energized and ready for work. Apparently, this holds true even the world’s most Type A athletes, as evidenced by … Continue reading This Is Why You Can’t Go Back to Sleep When You Want To

Three natural ways to improve your eye health

by: Zoey Sky (Natural News) At least six out of 10 individuals in the U.S. need corrective lensesto support their vision. Others turn to eye surgery, a procedure that has some risks, to permanently fix their eyesight. Most people think these are their only options. However, in the video below, which was uploaded on the official Healing the Body Brighteon channel, Derek Henry discusses three natural remedies that can give your eyes a boost in health. Henry is the founder of Healing the Body, a website that focuses on natural healing. Watch the full Brighteon.com video here: Liver health, eye exercises, and proper nutrition People rarely discuss natural … Continue reading Three natural ways to improve your eye health

Incubation, Ideation, and the Art of Editing: Beethoven on Creativity

Beethoven by Joseph Karl Stieler “I carry my thoughts about with me for a long time, sometimes a very long time, before I set them down.” BY MARIA POPOVA “Invention, it must be humbly admitted, does not consist in creating out of void, but out of chaos,” Mary Shelley observed in contemplating how creativity works in her preface to the 1831 edition of Frankenstein. “It is strange the way ideas come when they are needed,” the physicist Freeman Dyson wrote nearly two centuries later in his account of the “flash of illumination” by which creative breakthrough occurs. It is a chaotic strangeness familiar to every creative person, be … Continue reading Incubation, Ideation, and the Art of Editing: Beethoven on Creativity