I remember the days of my undergrad when staying up late working on essays, pulling all-nighters in the library, and showing up to class frazzled and fatigued seemed to be the mark of the praised, overachieving student.
For my peers and myself, exhaustion was our normal. And while we excelled in school and work, our bodies and emotional/mental health suffered greatly.
Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs tells us that physiological needs are the basis to human flourishing. Before we can fully achieve healthy self-esteem, a sense of belonging, and . . .