The Case Against Optimizing
Screw your morning routine.
My alarm goes off.
I hop (or roll) out of bed and saunter to the kitchen, where I begin to make my morning coffee.
But not without first opening my Oura ring app to check out last night’s “sleep stats.”
The Oura ring is a sleep-tracking device that I wear on my finger. Every morning, it tells me how long I slept, the quality of my sleep, and my “readiness”…
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