By PSYSC tradition, after the evaluation of each fiscal year a "tribute" is given to the new graduates. This mid-term evaluations I was one of those fresh graduates, who were given tokens and appraisal speeches from friends. I would like to believe what they said were true. Hehe. With that, I was also expected to say… Continue reading The Tribute | Journal
Ever wonder why you’re able to stay up until 2 am, while your best friend can’s make it until 10 pm? It has everything to do with your internal clock, says Tracey Marks, M.D., an Atlanta-based psychiatrist and author of Master Your Sleep: Proven Methods Simplified. “Most people’s internal clock has 24 hrs, but if it’s a little longer, then you will be pulled in the direction of not feeling tired until later and later each evening.” Don’t fret night owl—it is possible to train yourself to be more alert in the mornings than in the evenings. Here’s how.
1. Slash An Hour Off Your Day
If you want to wake up earlier, trim down those evening obligations, says Dr. Marks. We know what you’re thinking: How can I not overextend myself? “We typically overestimate how much available time we have and take on projects that we have no…
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