Every weekday contains 168 hours, of which 100 hours are spent asleep and at work allowing for the rest of life to fit in 68 hours. For many the remaining 68 are filled with a hurly burly of responsibilities from child to elder care, cooking, cleaning, errands, medical appointments, commutes and more. The few free minutes in between are often buffeted with headlines, social media streams looking to colonize our minds and a dozen competing claims on our time and attention. No wonder that so many feel stressed, fatigued, and frenzied.
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