Andrea Strand is a Certified Sleep Science Coach, who is a full-time writer focused on sleep health and the mattress industry.
Through her research, Andrea has learned about the way nearly every choice we make throughout the day impacts our quality of sleep – from how much we exercise to how much coffee we drink.
Her writing and research have been featured on Meetingjobs.com and Fast Company. She has covered topics, such as the impact of quality sleep on your future, how certain teas can help you sleep, and the effect financial debt has on your ability to get quality sleep.
Andrea Strand has her undergraduate degree from BYU-Idaho, where she studied English with a focus on Technical Writing.
Working the graveyard shift isn’t always a sustainable lifestyle. Thirty-three percent of evening workers said they were currently looking for a job that offered regular hours, while another 31 percent were planning on looking or hoping to look for one in the future.
We wanted to explore the many different things that motivate people, from the desire to help others to pursuing material wealth. We also wanted to understand whether individuals who are intrinsically motivated are more satisfied than others or not.
We surveyed over 2,000 people about their TV watching habits before bedtime to learn how many Americans are tuned in to their TVs before falling asleep, how often they leave them on at night, and what they watch.
How many people are still making time for hash browns in the morning, and how many are skipping it entirely? To find out, we polled 1,000 people about their breakfast habits and what their excuses were for skipping right to lunch instead.