1 // You may need more sleep than you think.Research by Henry Ford Hospital Sleep Disorders Center found that people who slept eight hours and then claimed they were “well rested” actually performed better and were more alert if they slept another two hours. That figures. Until the invention of the lightbulb (damn you, Edison!), the average person slumbered 10 hours a night.
2 // Night owls are more creative. Artists, writers, and coders typically fire on all cylinders by crashing near dawn and awakening at the crack of noon. In one study, “evening people” almost universally slam-dunked a standardized creativity test. Their early-bird brethren struggled for passing scores.
3 // Rising early is stressful. The stress hormone cortisol peaks in your blood around 7 am. So if you get up then, you may experience tension. Grab some extra Zs! You’ll wake up feeling less like Bert, more like Ernie.
oprah, sometimes you're right, but this time you're wrong. tipping less to save money is a sign that you shouldn't be eating out. oprah, when was the last time you waited a table or served a drink? for your sake, i hope you're eating in for awhile. i hate to think what the cooks and service line will do to your food.
as someone that works in a food place, this is so true. stop being a jackass and stay in if you can’t afford to tip. and by the way - those take out orders that you think MAGICALLY appear at the front of the place for you to just walk in and pick up? someone had to put that together. so they deserve a tip, too. that sack of food didn’t put food in itself, jerk.
I remember a long time ago my friends played a show with Rooney and the All-American Rejects. I was only about 19 or 20 years old but my best buddy and I went backstage and started grabbing beers from an unmarked 18-pack. All of a sudden Tyson Ritter came downstairs—quite possibly coked out of his mind—and said some really nice things about whatever I was wearing and let us know that we were drinking his beer, but it was all good.
That guy ended up being really cool, and I still respect how well he and Nick craft this kind of pop song. So, props eternal.
I wish the reason I was reblogging this was as cool, but really it’s only because this song gets SO easily stuck in my head (very similar to that darn Katy Perry song ‘Hot and Cold’ which I’ve started singing inside my head when I shower in the morning).