You can find confirmation for any reason you have to avoid what you’re avoiding. Your reason may even be legitimate. And here’s the tricky part: it can also be resistance.
We need to stop thinking of knowledge work as only cognitive work. No matter what you do, you are using your body.
Dealing with brain fog can be a frustrating experience and also an opportunity to innovate.
Sometimes, feeling tired can be the result of too much passive rest and not enough activity.
Generally, we think of persistence as an admirable character trait. Can you ever have too much? It turns out, yes.
When you feel exhausted and drained, it’s easy to give into the temptation to crawl under the covers. But that’s rarely productive. How do you navigate the line between pushing yourself and getting the rest you need? How can you find your focus even when you’re feeling fatigued?
When you feel exhausted and drained, it’s easy to give into the temptation to crawl under the covers. But that’s rarely productive. Here are my top 3 tips to find your focus and fire when you feel fatigued, without using caffeine.