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Futuristic Floating Green City Creates Symbiotic Relationship with Its Environment

Writing a To-Do List Might Help You Fall Asleep Faster

From time to time I struggle to fall asleep. Sometimes this is because of something to do with my sleep environment. Maybe it’s too hot or cold , for example. At other times I’ve eaten too much, too late. And now and then it’s because it’s Saturday night and I’ve been reckless and had too much booze and caffeine… again. However, most of the time my difficulties falling asleep arise from rumination on something related to work. And it turns out that I’m not alone. About 26% of US adults struggle to fall asleep at least a few times each week , and preoccupation with worries may be a key contributor to this difficulty. When we don’t get as much work done as we intend, many of us cogitate over our perceived shortcomings . This deliberation can disrupt sleep, especially among people who expect a lot from themselves . Now, I’d known that during therapy to help them sleep, people afflicted with insomnia are often advised to write lists of their sleep-related concerns. The premise is that i

art by exellero

art by exellero

art by exellero

art by exellero

art by exellero

art by exellero

art by exellero

art by exellero

Art by Maja-Lisa Kehlet

Art by  Maja-Lisa Kehlet

tumblr + subtilitas

Some may have heard recently that Tumblr (the platform through which I post) has decided to ban explicit/adult/nsfw content. While that obviously doesn’t directly effect Subtilitas, unfortunately their new automated filter system has flagged nearly 100 of my posts, which are all in review, so you might notice some gaps in content. I’m not sure how long this will take to resolve, so I am also interested in anyone who might know how to migrate 9 years and over 8,000 posts of  Subtilitas to another platform, as I feel this will continue to worsen before it improves. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated.