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Caffeine is a wonderful tool to combat our natural energy swings during the day. However, we get less and less of the cognitive benefits of drinking coffee over time, thanks to caffeine tolerance. One strategy for maximum focus is to switch up your coffee routine and combine it with the restorative powers of a nap.
Dear Lifehacker, I find myself getting bored with even simple things. Sitting in a meeting or class, going to the movies and sitting in one place for three hours, even going to a concert — they all sound like fun, but I hate the idea of doing one single thing for hours on end. I’m usually OK once I’m actually doing any of them though! How can I improve my fragmented attention span so getting into these things isn’t so difficult?
Many of us think of meditation as sitting cross-legged and silent for a long period of time. But you can gain the many important benefits of meditation through your everyday activities — in stillness or in movement.