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MONDAY  •  NOVEMBER 8, 2021Read in browser
 
 

sleep mantra

"I love the fact that all of the women are agents of change in their own lives. They're not waiting to be rescued by anyone."

~ Gemma Chan
tonight's pick-me-ups

Recs for your rest and relaxation:

 HOLIDAYS 📅  The holiday season is now in full swing and there's plenty to do besides tackle your shopping list. Follow this calendar to get into the spirit, starting with hanging up a wreath and baking cookies of course.

 CAREER 💻  Saying this because we love you, but you should probably close some of the 357 tabs open on your browser 😂 That and to reconsider other mindless habits that might be making you unproductive at work.

 BEAUTY   Drink your coffee and wear it too. Turns out that the benefits of caffeine works inside and out. Add caffeine-laced eye creams that relieve puffiness to your morning routine, then a body cream to tone over time.

 WATCH 🍿  Reminder to celebrate the simple pleasures this time of year, like curling up with a mug of hot cocoa and watching a cozy winter movie. Tonight, stream Netflix' latest Love Hard (or Die Hard if that's more your speed).

 JUST FOR FUN  "Daylight savings, where 7 AM is now 6 AM and 5 PM is now midnight." 😭🌇
mood: maple
bedtime stories

RAISE YOUR HAND IF YOU KIND OF LOVED WITHDRAWING FROM SOCIETY DURING QUARANTINE
via Mic
"After more than a year-and-a half of (totally justifiable) complaining about how dirty this pandemic has done us, it turns out that many of us secretly thrived during isolation of quarantine. New findings assert that a large chunk of adults actually enjoyed the solitude that came from quarantine during the early days of the pandemic.

The study, published in the Frontiers in Psychology, surveyed 2000 people (teenagers and adults) in the U.K. during the summer of 2020, just after the country’s first major lockdown, according to a Eurekalert report. Participants were asked a series of questions that gauged how social isolation affected their wellbeing, and it turned out that a whole lot (~43%) of them felt like they actually benefited from spending so much alone time ... "
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sounds for sweet dreams
Sigrid ~ Home To You

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nightcap

Last thing to unwind and get cozy before bed:
WORK/LIFE WELLNESS 💤

Fall asleep faster using the 4-7-8 method (as in, breathe in for 4 seconds, hold for 7, and exhale for 8)
via Fast Company
☁️🌛 Goodnight and go tuck yourself ☁️

Reminder to: 
Allow yourself time to adjust.
 
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