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What Your Myers-Briggs Type Says About Your Bedtime Routine

It turns out the secret to your particular recipe for quality sleep may run deeper than just a day-to-day preference. In fact, a recent survey analyzing pre-sleep routines against Myers-Briggs personality types suggests that we're all already hardwired for specific pre-bedtime decisions – and that it has a lot to do with our innate dispositions. READ MORE »
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