Resting has seriously good benefits for your mind and body health.
Resting has seriously good benefits for your mind and body health. zeremski

Good news! 'Nanna naps' increase productivity

IT DOES not matter if as seniors we are retired or still in the work force, most of us have many elements in our lives that keep us busy.  

How many of us reach the end of the day, muttering 'where did the day go?' or 'I'm exhausted.'

According to Rest, a new book by Alex Soojun-Kim Pang, most of us have no idea how to rest more and as a consequence achieve more.

As seniors we are entitled to nanna naps in the afternoon and the good news is, according to Rest author Alex Soojung-Kim Pang, naps not only give us an energy boost they ramp up our creativity and productivity.

 

According to Rest a new book by Alex Soojun-Kim Pang
According to Rest a new book by Alex Soojun-Kim Pang

Blending scientific research with examples of writers, painters and thinkers, from Darwin to Stephen King, the author exposes how we have underestimated the power of rest for our success.

Seeing rest time as a conflict to work time is something we must learn, and the book is a road map to finding renewed energy and inspiration - and to simply getting more done.



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