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“Pang’s argument… is that deep, targeted rest, and more of it, improves the quality of our thinking, our work and our lives“

I flew into O’Hare International Airport this afternoon, and when I switched on my phone, I found that Jenni Russell had published a new column in the Times arguing that

“there is much to be said for Mr Pang’s conclusion that the belief in the power of the 80-hour week is piffle.”

Financial Times editor and columnist Pilita Clark has a piece that puts REST against the workaholic pose of the current government: Brexit, one of the most important events in British

as Pang “notes, we’re unlikely to be doing quite as essential a job as Eisenhower’s. If he benefited from some down time, so might we.”

Tim Harford, author of The Undercover Economist, had a nice column in the Financial Times that talks about Rest: Three reasons to take a holiday — especially a short one

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