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We've all heard the motto, "Early to bed, early to rise makes a man (or women) healthy, wealthy and wise."
Well, that's actress/singer Mandy Moore's go-to rule.
"I never really experienced that part of my life where I wanted to go out and stay out super late. I've always been quiet and kind of boring. But, I don't' apologize for it anymore. I go to bed early and I wake up early. I feel most productive during the day. I need to start my day right and I'm going to get the bulk of my day done before ...
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Source: Columbia Pictures These days, you barely have to remember to set your clocks forward for daylight saving - your smartphone and laptop will do it for you. But that doesn't mean it's so seamless for our sanity. The national tradition of messing with our external and internal clocks dates back to Benjamin Franklin. The founding father thought waking up early was virtuous, and he's credited with coining the phrase "Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise." But the practice of forcing people to "Spring forward" did not come until 1918, during World War I, as a way to save energy. It was soon abolished after but came back as "war time" in 1942. After the Second World War, it was up to each locality to decide, until the Uniform Time Act of 1966, which set up time zones. Since then, most states have followed the »
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