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$411 Billion! That's how much the economy suffers from our sleep habits

"Sleep is that golden chain that ties health and our bodies together." — Thomas Dekker
Bad sleeping habits are costing the U.S. economy $411 billion

One of the mythical ideas we create is that political and business elites don’t sleep. It’s true that President Obama and Elon Musk only get a few hours of shut-eye a night, but for the majority of us, lack of rest is racking up a big bill.

A recent report by the RAND Corporation found that sleep deprivation leads to low productivity and U.S. employees missing 1.2 million working days a year. Lack of sleep is linked with illness, depression and even higher risk of mortality. Having a consistent sleep time, exercise regime and limiting electronic use before bed will all help give you a better snooze and healthier life.

Exercising your inner creativity is the key to happiness

Hibernating and watching Netflix is one way to get through the winter season, but migrating from office screen to home screen lacks a certain satisfaction. If you’re looking to get a boost in happiness when you get out of work, then consider a more creative outlet.

A recent study by the Journal of Positive Psychology found that small creative activities like cooking a meal, knitting or finger-painting is linked with “higher activated positive affect (PA)” that day. It doesn’t matter if you’re a virtuoso, break out the ukulele and put your energy into something fun. 
3 job-hunting tactics for when you're broke and unemployed

The holidays are never a good time to be out of work. Not only do you have to face the shame of your family while visiting home, but you also don’t have enough cash to buy their love. Hopefully the dry spell will be quick and painless. Here are three tips to get you through.

Grab a survival job. The holidays are a great time to pick up extra work in retail or service. In addition to earning some cash, getting a temporary gig(s) will get you out of the house and feeling productive instead of slogging through applications all day.    

Order consulting business cards. Identify a skill set and market yourself as an expert in your field. Maybe you’re not able to find full-time work, but there’s always the possibility of picking up contract work.  

Talk to people. Setting up informational interviews and attending networking events will get the word out that you’re looking for a job. Who knows, showing up to a holiday party might be the key to your next gig.
Too good to be true? Nestle is promising same great Kit Kat taste with less sugar
(Image credit: Bloomberg)
Nestle is about to save us all from sugar comas. The Butterfinger and Kit Kat manufacturer said company researchers have found a way to structure its candy’s sugar differently, making it dissolve faster when eating. Not only will significantly less sugar be needed for production, but there will be no discernible difference in taste.

This is great news since more than 50% of milk chocolate is composed of sugar. On average, Americans consume about 130 pounds of the sweetener every year, giving rise to high rates of diabetes and obesity. Nestle said that the new sugar will go into production by 2018, so you’ll still need to watch your candy intake this holiday season.
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