Real Men Go to Sleep

The two largest time commitments for most adults on this planet — sleep and work — too often make uneasy bedfellows. The proliferation of nonstandard work schedules and, for many, the outright abandonment of schedules have made traditional daytime-weekday patterns less common.
blogs.hbr.org Published: November 12, 2013
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The two largest time commitments for most adults on this planet — sleep and work — too often make uneasy bedfellows.

The proliferation of nonstandard work schedules and, for many, the outright abandonment of schedules have made traditional daytime-weekday patterns less common.



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