I recently posted about the Bizarre Sleeping Habits of Famous People. The subject generated a lot of comments, so here’s a followup post on that. How can sleep help boost your writing?
Many writers find themselves in a creative slump every now and then. When you’re looking for ways to be more productive, creative, and efficient, you may not need to look any further than your own bedroom.
Sleep—the most basic of needs—is often all you really need.
It may sound too simple, but sleep acts as your body’s way of healing and recharging. It’s also when key aspects of learning and creative problem solving take place.
Increase Your Creative Edge
Your creativity, in part, relies on a full night’s rest.
You may be unaware of the world around you while you sleep, but your brain is hard at work. While you sleep…
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