How did you feel when you got up this morning? If you are like most Americans, your alarm clock rang and if you were lucky, it shook you violently out of a deep sleep. For those of you who woke up, you turned your clock to check the time, grumbled to yourself and hit snooze. You then proceeded to repeat this procedure about 5 times before jolting yourself out of bed. You got dressed hastily and probably forgot a few steps in the rush. After spending an ungodly amount of time in rush-hour morning traffic, you fly into work and immediately set up camp next to the coffee machine. You know that it will be a difficult task to get anything done today in a way that is efficient, or even mildly impressive, so you try your best to fight your fatigue as you begin on a few tasks. Being this tired is unproductive and slows down your ability to complete tasks. However, getting a good amount of sleep can leave you recharged and ready to be productive. If you struggle to stay awake at work and would love to become more productive, read this article today to learn how to get good sleep!
Read the full article here: 5 Tools I Use for Faster and Better Sleep