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Chronotypes—Night Owls, Early Larks, Finches—and Why They All Matter

Calo Huang Circadian blog

For creatures on the Earth, anticipation is the name of the game in survival. When is the best time for foraging, resting, or hiding from predators? Abilities to sense the answers to these questions make the difference between life and death. During billions of years of evolution, various organisms have equipped themselves with internal, self-sustained, and resettable rhythms called circadian rhythms. Circadian …

Plan Your Ideal Day with Owaves

Calo Huang Day Planner, Owaves101, Time Blocking

Imagine your ideal day. What does it look like? Plan your ideal day with Owaves by following along with the tutorial below! Meet Calo, our Community Developer from Australia! Here’s how I use Owaves to plan my weekend. This O (directly beneath this sentence) represents my schedule on this Sunday. Having nine hours of sound sleep, I woke up at 10 a.m. and …