“We need to rest more. And to rest better. Resting is good not just for wellbeing but for productivity,” she writes. And, she advises people to give themselves permission to rest and re-frame their wasted time as rest, stop fetishising busyness and schedule periods of downtime into their week.” Claudia Hammond in the article: ‘The science of rest and why it is important to daydream’. And if you want to do a deep dive on the Rest Test survey by this psychologist, we oblige.
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