Perk Up Your Metabolism...Sleep
You know that getting too little sleep can leave you sluggish and irritable but did you know it can make you fat?
Too little sleep increases levels of hormones that make you hungry. If that isn't bad enough, it also decreases hormones that make you full.
According to new research, lack of sleep reduces your fat cells' ability to respond properly to insulin, which is pivotal in regulating how your body uses and stores calories
Personal Improvement? Try Kaizen
You have to lose 40 pounds. By tomorrow. You want to write The Great American Novel. But first you have to start writing. Enter Kaizen, the Japanese word (and really concept) of 'improvement', is the idea of taking small, continuous steps toward a larger goal. Kaizen won't help you lose 40 pounds by tomorrow, but with small, cumulative changes you could actually lose 40 pounds in six months.
What are you doing? I'm at the store
That is a twitter conversation. Deep, eh?
Probably you noticed the endless counting of tweets during the elections and maybe you thought you were missing something. If you felt left out, here's the lowdown: Twitter.com is actually a website that offers you memberships to its tiny conversation system. The conversations, called tweets, are only 140 words or less.
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