Wild–from lost to found on the Pacific Crest Trail, by Cheryl Strayed
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A friend gave me an unusual compliment after we slept in a dorm during a weekend bicycle ride. “You’re a good sleeper.” Since we hear dire warnings about the consequences of sleep deprivation—DIABETES! HEART DISEASE! ALZHEIMER’S! LOW LIBIDO! YOUR CHILDREN WILL NOT GET INTO COLLEGE! ZOMBIES WILL CONTROL YOUR HOME!—I felt good owning this skill
Forget New Year’s resolutions: focus on habits to improve health and reduce stress and entrepreneurial burnout
Are you already tired of your New Year’s resolutions? I would be, if I had made any. I’m tired of reading the lists on Facebook, links on Twitter, earnest articles everywhere. Most resolutions fail, most people give them up within six days, and people often pick the same resolutions for ten years without noticeable progress.
As a writer and southern storyteller, I regret I don’t have many good stories about family blow-ups during the holidays. I wonder why? Perhaps it’s because I learned these tips for How to Enjoy Your Family This Holiday Season from my relatives in the Giles and Rankin clans. Don’t drink.Or don’t drink much. My grandparents and parents