Computer games can get a bad press. We were inspired to find out the real science behind the headlines after a couple of things happened in our real lives. In a nutshell it turns out that playing games (as always we use the caveat “in moderation”) can have loads of different health and wellbeing benefits.
Sleep is an incredibly important part of our brains' activities. I mean why would ours spend so much time doing it if not?
We invited professional sleeper, commercial pilot, HIV positive activist and a super The52Project experimental partner James Bushe (aka @bushepilot) to talk about his experiences so that we might all get more in sync with our own body clocks and rhythms.
As Stephen Covey said: "the problem is not the problem; the problem is how we see the problem." In other words, perspective alters our perception and our perception/s alters our reality - in fact our perception becomes our reality, whether it is actually real or not...