Would you take a big pay cut if it meant you were always well rested? | The Tylt

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Would you take a big pay cut if it meant you were always well rested?
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#RestIsBest
#BetterHaveMyMoney

Imagine waking every morning feeling fully rested and ready to go. No insomnia, no restlessness. Would you take a cut in pay in feeling like that were the result? We're not talking a few dollars, here—we're talking a serious cut. A whole lot less money for a whole lot better rest. The jump in quality of life would be offset by less financial freedom. Would you do it?

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Would you take a big pay cut if it meant you were always well rested?
#RestIsBest
#BetterHaveMyMoney
#RestIsBest

When you lack sleep, you pay for it in a thousand ways. Memory, short and long-term, diminishes. Mood shifts from general volatility to literal paranoid delusions. Concentration, coordination and metabolic processes all falter. You will retain more fat and not produce as much muscle. How much is making money worth compared to all that? 

#RestIsBest

She knows what her priorities are. 

#BetterHaveMyMoney

Sleep is important and no one disputes that, but it's naive to think that you can get along in this world without a good income. They say money can't buy happiness but being broke sure doesn't either. Financial security is necessary for daily needs but also for extraordinary events and experiences. 

Money can lend you the opportunity to have memorable experiences. Although you do not need a lot of money to have certain experiences, to travel the world and do so comfortably, significant amounts of money can go a long way.
#BetterHaveMyMoney

Her logic is clear. 

FINAL RESULTS
Culture
Would you take a big pay cut if it meant you were always well rested?
A festive crown for the winner
#RestIsBest
#BetterHaveMyMoney