Sleep for a duration that you select, one that leaves you feeling rested.


Sleep influences your health, your mood, your mental abilities, and even your body fat level—

Yet most of us don’t get enough.

Still, it’s not realistic to ask everyone to get 7.5 to 8 hours of sleep every night.

Work, children, and social obligations will always conspire to shorten our slumber, regardless of our best intentions.

Recognizing this, we ask only that you set a sleep goal

(The number of hours and minutes you’ll sleep each night), and stick with it, attempting to get just slightly more sleep than you would otherwise.

This philosophy of small steps—

Seeking improvement rather than perfection—is at the heart of the Whole Life Challenge.

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