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This is my oldest blog - I now have several other blogs/websites for different areas of my life, different ways I think. You can check out old posts on this blog for glimpses into my life from long ago, or else check out newer posts at my various other blogs and websites for more insight into my current life and thought patterns...
Dream Big, Play Big - my personal development & life-hacking blog
Read With Teresa - the books that have been filling my head lately
MultiPassionate Coaching - living life with 'too many' interests and passions
PhysArt - dancing, moving, body-hacking
Me on OkCupid - my thoughts on relationships and such
and of course, my main personal website...
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Saturday, February 25, 2006
What if we didn't have to sleep? Would we actually get more done? Or would most people just end up indulging their bad habits more? I just came across an article from Entrepreneur.com about how in the near future, it's likely that we'll be using drugs to stay awake longer and increase our memory. It's certainly an interesting topic, especially considering my interest in psychology and the brain. But what would these drugs do to the brain? Believe me, I often wish for more time to do everything that I want to do, but I don't know if I would take drugs in order to accomplish that. Even if the doctors say there aren't any side effects, everything has side effects. :-)