My dear friend Sam has written about a topic I know all too well - sleepless nights. I know that everyone suffers from this once in a while; however, for the chronically ill it can be an endless string of nights. I hope you enjoy this in-depth look at how to battle insomnia associated with …
This is such a great post from my friend, Sam. It is very timely for me and much of the reason I haven’t posted in a while.
We all have moments in life when we hit a brick wall physically and perhaps mentally. It happens to the healthy and chronically ill alike.
I remember in my “healthier” life, I’d get to the end of my working week and I’d be exhausted. It was a normal exhaustion. The kind where you just needed a long hot shower, good food, an early night curled up in bed with a relaxing book or watching a brain numbing movie. By the next morning the world would seem a much better place.
Bouncing back was always a given. There was never a question in my mind I would not improve with a little rest and recreation. The next day, some fresh air, a long walk or a good shopping expedition, which were all doable back then despite feeling tired, were wonderful recovery therapy options.
That Was Then, This Is Now
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A very witty and informed review of the latest techno trends.
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I have been wondering about getting one of these smart speakers, Google Home Mini or Amazon Echo Dot (Alexa), for a while. I just didn’t know if they would be worth the investment. However, Boxing Day (It’s like a Canadian Black Friday, but it is the day after Christmas) came and at 50% off, I figured it was time to try.
I couldn’t decide on which smart speaker to get, so I got both and compared them. They arrived on the same day.
On opening the boxes, the first thing I noticed was that the Amazon unit was a little heavier than the Google. Once I started playing music, I noticed that the sound quality of Alexa was much more natural than the Google unit, so I am guessing the extra weight is a bigger…
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