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Adult ADHD and Sleep Problems – Web MD

Everyone needs 7-9 hours of sleepeach night to feel productive and well during the day. But people with ADHD often have a hard time falling or staying asleep.

Because you feel tired, your ADHD symptoms get worse, and that makes it harder to sleep the next night. This cycle repeats. And it happens to a lot of people. One study found that roughly two thirds of people with ADHD — 67% — found it hard to get ...

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Check Out our Awards from Clutch

Perhaps you’ll notice we’re standing a bit taller today. You might even notice a little spring in our step. Maybe some jazz hands for a little extra flair? It’s not out of the question. Why? Well, here at Gramercy Tech, we’re feeling good, not just because we’re one of the top boutique agencies in the country. That’s old news. Today we were especially happy to hear that we’ve earned four new awards from Clutch.

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Take Your Corporate Meeting Over the Top with EDGAR

Have you met EDGAR? Nope, not the author, or the athlete. EDGAR is an acronym that stands for Event Dialogue Guidance and Reporting, and it’s crucial to running a successful corporate meeting or conference in the modern age. That’s because EDGAR allows for transcriptions, translations, word cloud closed captions and the ability to immediately share post event materials.

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5 Things to Do Before Your International Trip – The Seattle Times

Are you envious of your friends’ beautiful vacation photos of tropical beaches and historic ruins? Well, maybe if you set up an oscillating fan next to your heater, stare at your screen, and blur your eyes a bit you’ll feel just like you’re there. No? Not working for you?

Then maybe it’s time to plan your own exotic vacation. It could be the only way to survive the winter. Once you’ve chosen your destination and booked your accommodations and transportation, it’s ...

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An Entire Kellogg’s Cafe Has Opened in NYC – Bergen Mama

Maybe it was in high school or maybe college, but sometime in those late-teen years you determined that cereal is its own food group that can nourish you for breakfast, lunch, and even dinner. Well, Kellogg’s is really digging deep and trying to connect with your inner teenager. They’ve opened a restaurant in NYC that will bring your greatest cereal dreams to life.

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Victoria, BC Colors Your Vacation – The Seattle Times

It’s a proven fact that sunsets are most spectacular when shining over the water. Well, maybe not scientifically proven, but in Victoria, a city surrounded by ocean, the colors are especially vivid. And you don’t need to be in a tall building or a fancy hotel to appreciate them. Just step outside. Walk along Wharf Street. Go ahead and hold your spouse’s hand. (Do you remember when you used to do that all the time?) Get outside and enjoy ...

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Is It Time to Break Up with Your Office Chair? – The Seattle Times

We all know that person who won’t stop talking about their standing desk, how they love it, and how you should get one, too. Maybe we know several of those people, and these standing desk fans are in good company. Ernest Hemmingway stood while he worked, propping his typewriter on top of a bookshelf, and Charles Dickens did, too. Thomas Jefferson drew architectural drawings for the Virginia state capitol at his tall desk.

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