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The last app I check before bed — no matter how bad I know the habit is for me — is almost always a news app. This is part of the downside to being an occasional news junkie, and I highly recommend not following my example.
Nonetheless, I seemingly like to throw the dice on matters like “Should I sleep or should I lie here fretting for the next five hours?” And, I confess, it’s a habit that has become much worse in the last year or so for all of the obvious reasons...
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