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follow Fitness. Food. Sleep. These are the basic needs that come to the forefront of Dean Johnston’s mind whenever he’s called out to fight fires. “You have to change the whole way you treat your body and yourself if want to be able to perform the job properly and safely,” says Johnston a volunteer fire-fighter who
Nick Wallberg, was first introduced to napping last year, through NapNow's workplace nap challenge at the School for Social Entrepreneurs (SSE) in Melbourne. Nick set himself the goal of taking a nap once or twice a week. Despite it being the busiest period of the year Nick overcame the all too powerful, ‘too busy’