Making the Most of the Morning

When your alarm goes off each morning, is your first instinct to smash the snooze button or hop out of bed? Early risers are somewhat of an enigma to those who are not as eager to face the world after a night of rest. We decided to survey both early and late risers about the […]

Winding Down For Bed

Winding Down for Bed

It’s no secret that we live in a very stressed-out world. The daily work grind often leaves us wracked with tension, and winding down enough to get a quality night of sleep is not always easy to accomplish. To-do lists consume our thoughts as we try to settle down, and little reminders of mistakes we […]

can you stay late?

Can you Stay Late?

It’s after five p.m., and you’re trying to find a stopping point on a project your team has been struggling with for weeks. Several of your co-workers have walked briskly past your desk, juggling messenger and workout bags, treading lightly, trying to avoid the boss, eyes focused like a laser beam as they move toward […]

Remote Workers and Rest

Remote Workers and Rest

Working adults are increasingly working from home (WFH). With 43 percent of Americans working at least some of the time from home, this modern, alternative office has expanded the bandwidth of the professional community. While working from home offers comfort and convenience, we wanted to explore both its positive and negative implications. After breaking down […]

Caffeine Kick

Americans are serious about their coffee. So much so that millennials are reportedly spending more to stay energized than on their retirement plans. That got us curious about other details related to their coffee consumption. To learn more about people’s caffeinated habits, we polled 1,008 respondents concerning these buzzy beverages. We asked them how often […]

Sleeping at Work

Sleep impacts your health, well-being, and job productivity. Most adults should aim for seven or eight hours of sleep a night, and coming up short can affect how we think, feel, and perform at work. If you do fall short, it’s tempting to squeeze in a nap here and there – and according to our […]

Sleep and Disease Correlation

While falling into bed at the end of a long day can feel like a luxury, medical research shows it’s more of a necessity instead. At a cellular level, our bodies rely on sleep to repair and replace crucial tissues, fight infection, and enable cognitive functions in our waking hours. Accordingly, sleep deprivation has been […]

More Zzz’s Please

Scientists and researchers recommend the average adult should get between seven and nine hours of sleep every night, but do you know how many Americans miss this mark? Considering how important sleep is to our productivity, creativity, and general health, we surveyed more than 1,300 Americans to understand their sleeping habits – from which major […]

The Stuff Dreams are Made Of

Remembered or not, dreams occur in everybody’s sleep for roughly two hours each night. From the ones that feel indistinguishable from reality to the dreams that mentally vanish before you even open your eyes, the habit of dreaming is universal. We surveyed over 1,000 people across the country to understand what they dream about and how they […]

Counting Sheep and Losing Sleep?

It’s no secret that sleep is a key factor in a person’s health, mental fitness, and overall wellness. Adequate sleep has been shown to improve memory, extend our life expectancy, and improve our productivity. And not getting enough of it puts us at risk for chronic health conditions, makes us more accident-prone, and can even […]

Does Sleep Impact Work Habits

On average, we spend 26 years asleep over the course of our lifetime. Science suggests that adults need between seven and nine hours of sleep every night – and for the most part, Americans are listening. In 2015, a report found that the average adult in the U.S. slept for eight hours and 50 minutes […]

Dirty & Dangerous

According to a recent survey, the most common complaint from hotel guests is noisy neighbors. The second most common? Filth. After all, when you go on vacation, you expect to be pampered, comfortable, and relaxed. At the very least, you want a clean, safe place to rest your head at night. You want to know […]

Sharing a Bed and Restlessness

Do you sleep soundly through the night, or do you often find yourself staring at the ceiling wishing you could be staring at the back of your eyelids? Whether you sleep alone or bunk with a partner, child, or fluffy friend, the company you keep at night could impact your sleep quality. We collected Fitbit […]