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Have you ever heard of "National Public Sleeping Day?" I couldn't believe it was a real thing, so of course I had to research it! It turns out that National Public Sleeping (now celebrated on February 28th) originated in 1817, when Robert Owen, a social reformer in the early labor movement, campaigned for an eight-hour workday to encourage more hours of sleep.
It's so easy for us to fall into bad habits (like eating junk food or staying up all night playing video games or watching anime), especially during long school breaks. Does this sound like you? January is a month when lots of people renew their dedication to good health, so I thought I'd share some resources to help you get there!