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PRIORITIZING Sleep

When I moved to Lebanon, I expected an escape from my hectic American lifestyle. I was used to burning the candle at both ends, like practically everyone else I knew. I wanted a healthier routine that included regular exercise and sleep, and imagined I’d get it in a laid-back Mediterranean paradise. That’s not what happened.

I found myself surrounded by ambitious Lebanese and worked non-stop just to keep up—sleeping less than before. That is until a year ago

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