Posts Tagged ‘V

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1.22.13 … MegaBus … Varsity …

MegaBus, Atlanta:  MegaBus today. Charlotte-Atlanta Bus waited for the DC bus … for folks returning from the inauguration. So the bus was crowded, but folks were sleepy. I am sitting backwards which is not my favorite. On the road again …

Man never took off shield from face, sunglasses, hat, coat or gloves … I have been watching too many Dexters … My sister thinks he is the invisible man ..

 Atlanta, V, Varsity:  Lunch! Thinking inside the box today! — with Mary-Stewart Lindsey at The Varsity Drive-In.

Photo: Lunch! Thinking inside the box today!Photo: Lunch! Thinking inside the box today!

art, fine art, public art, charity art: Art created for charity v. Fine art … Which would you prefer in your home ? Buckhead v. Minotaur?

.Photo: Art created for charity v. Fine art ... Which would you prefer in your home ? Buckhead v. Minotaur?Photo: Art created for charity v. Fine art ... Which would you prefer in your home ? Buckhead v. Minotaur?

 man’s best friend, spirituality:

business, sleep, sleep therapy, health issues: I’m a big believer in sleep.

Turns out a good night’s rest is good for business.

One-third of American workers aren’t sleeping enough to function at peak levels, and that chronic exhaustion is costing billions of dollars in lost productivity, according to researchers from Harvard Medical School.

Sleep-deprived American workers ultimately cost their employers $63 billion in lost productivity, according to a 2011 Harvard Medical School study. Lauren Weber joins The News Hub with a look at some companies making a business case for a better-rested workforce. Photo: Reuters.

Managers at a growing number of companies, among them Procter & Gamble Co., PG +1.06% and Goldman Sachs Group Inc., GS -0.27% are waking up to the problem, investing in programs from sleep-hygiene courses to melatonin-regulating lighting to help employees improve their slumber.

via Making a Business Case for Bedtime – WSJ.com.

Jane Austen, Pride & Prejudice 200: FYI …

Jane Austen is one of the most popular and important novelists that England has ever produced. This site will coordinate all the details of all the events which are being held in 2013 to celebrate Pride and Prejudice’s bi-centenary, wherever they are being held in the world.

via Pride & Prejudice 200.




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