Last year, I spent 7.56 hours in bed each night. I don’t have a way to measure actual sleep time so time in bed was the closest thing to a sleep indicator I had. This year, I wanted to try and get it to at least 7.8 hours per night this year as part of my resolutions. So far, I’m doing well at 8.06 hours per night. However, anything based on time means time for something else is being sacrificed for it. But how much time am I talking about here, in the long run, rather than just a half hour per night? When I did the math, it was a little smack in the face, even though I don’t have any regret about it given sleep is the most important thing one can do for one’s health.
Meeting Recovery Syndrome
The effect a bad meeting has on you that negatively impacts your mood, thoughts, well-being, and/or productivity.
- Read more from the American Psychological Association
All jokes aside on the term and name, this is a very real phenomenon, which is why you should learn to think about, be aware of, and use this term!
From a great Freakonomics podcast…