As The New York Times put it recently, “Sleep is the new bottled water” – free, but packaged as a luxury.
From a full seven/eight-hour sleep everyday to a five-hour (at most) sleep every Monday to Friday and make it eight on the weekend. My sleep habit has changed after graduated from high schools.
After watching a video of TED-ed below, I recently made a small research about sleep and these made me aware of how important sleep is.
What could have been better than listening to Oh Wonder’s while drinking coffee in a Sunday afternoon?
Here are my 5-favorite playlist:
Been a very very very long time since my last post.
My current job requires me to work for more than usual working hour. The nine-to-five office day is like a dream. But, I learnt a lot from my current working hour. Work-life balance. I recently make a research of life hacks for a kind of job I have at my age now – 22 years old – and work-life balance is just one of the things. Here is what I found based on articles I read and my own experience:
I just published a logo for this site.
Check it out on your browser tab. What do you think? Continue reading
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Look beyond sanitation problem.
If we can learn lessons from the innovators in every sector, then in the future we make together, that happiness can be just as ubiquitous as Coca-Cola. Here are some innovators who talk about ideas to solve sanitation problem. Continue reading
(Previous: From Coca-Cola to A Better Sanitation #1)
So let’s start with the data.
Now Coke has a very clear bottom line – they report to a set of shareholders, they have to turn a profit. So they take the data, and they use it to measure progress. They have this very continuous feedback loop. They have a whole team called “Knowledge and Insight”. It’s a lot like other consumer companies. So, if you’re running Namibia for Coca-Cola, and you have a 107 constituencies, you know where every can versus bottle of sprite, Fanta, or Coke was sold, whether it was a corner store, a supermarket, or a pushcart. So if sales start to drop, then the person can identify the problem and address the issue. Continue reading
How was this morning?
Did you feel so dizzy like someone hit your head over and over? Or were you about to throw up very hard like you just got on jet coaster for many times? Just go to sleep! It’s the easiest way.
Well, we’re human. Continue reading
If current predictions hold, 70 percent of the world’s population will live in cities by 2050. Fueling this urbanization trend is a massive number of people in emerging economies migrating from rural to urban areas in search of employment opportunities and a higher standard of living. Africa alone is expected to gain about 25 million new city dwellers per year through 2050, and Asia will add another 35 million. To survive and thrive, emerging cities in these developing regions must attract inflows of capital – and prevent outflows. Foreign investment is fundamental to economic health, promoting growth, innovation, and tax revenues, and creating new jobs. Continue reading