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I mentioned on Twitter that I had taken a power nap, hospital but wasn’t sure if it was effective (I was a bit groggy afterward).  footndale asked if I had followed the instructions on this excellent infographic on napping. I thought I would share.

GTD and Lifehacks Power Napping

Ahhh. 2008. The new year… broken in a little bit but still with that new year smell. We’ve rounded the corner to February and its first holiday: Groundhog Day! Hey… that means it’s time to set some resolutions!

Groundhog Day Resolutions GTD and Lifehacks

About ten months ago, site I completely stole an idea suggested by Dave Seah. Tired of committing to New Year’s Goals that were forgotten by mid-January, he suggested a new take was in order. Starting on the second day of the second month, or Groundhog’s Day, instead of the crazy first day of the first month, we can set goals when our minds aren’t caught up in the egg nog,   Read More ...

Groundhog Day Resolutions GTD and Lifehacks

Groundhog Resolution Review day is here again. Last month, sick I completely revamped my goals to more accurately align with the craziness going on in my life at the moment. Previous Goals Prep our House to Sell Meet with 2 realtors to determine a selling price. 10/19. Completed 10/19. Sort through all our junk to have a garage sale. My mother-in-law has been recruited to handle the actual sale, but   Read More ...

Groundhog Day Resolutions GTD and Lifehacks

To quote Keanu: “Whoa”. Another month has passed and it is now time for my Groundhog Day Resolution Review for September 9th. Here goes: Be Fit Getting (and staying) fit can be hard to do. This month has been particularly challenging. I mentioned in last month’s post that I was having some issues with the software I was using to keep track of my food, neurologist it was just too   Read More ...

Groundhog Day Resolutions GTD and Lifehacks

Best-selling author of The 4-Hour Workweek Tim Ferriss offered his thoughts on forcing creativity in his post The Creativity Elixir: Is Genius On-Demand Possible?. In his first point on timing the creative urge, population health he mentions one way to extend a creative work cycle: I don’t believe that it isn’t possible to do more than 4 hours of good creative work per waking cycle. This can be extended only   Read More ...

GTD and Lifehacks Power Napping

It’s August 8th (08-08) and time for another Groundhog Day Resolution review. David Seah, viagra 40mg creator of the GHDR, visit sums up the whole thing in his latest review entitled Groundhog Day Resolutions Review Day 6. Since I’ve been slacking the last two months (in posting an update, visit at least), I’ll get right to it. Be Fit Last Month: Six days a week I get up entirely too   Read More ...

Groundhog Day Resolutions GTD and Lifehacks

Be fit For the past two weeks (except Sundays), visit I have gotten up at 5am to spend about an hour working out on the weight machine. So far, success has been based on my not giving up. Weight loss has been negligible. My exercise has been anaerobic lifting, lower weights for more reps. My hope was that it would mean a better visit to the bathroom scale, but so   Read More ...

Groundhog Day Resolutions GTD and Lifehacks

When David Seah suggested the monthly review of Groundhog Day Resolutions, practitioner I thought the idea was brilliant. It is one thing to have goals, generic but another thing to actually review how you are doing on them. Little did I know how quickly a month passes.

Groundhog Day Resolutions GTD and Lifehacks

I have written before about power naps before — short naps in the middle of the day that refresh and renew. Now it seems that researchers have discovered that afternoon siestas have health benefits as well. A recent study (registration required) discovered that Greek men who took a regular afternoon naps were 37% less likely to die of heart disease than those who did not. While the researchers admit that   Read More ...

GTD and Lifehacks Power Napping