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Dear SunPower (SPWR) stock fans, mark your calendars for Thursday, March 31st

Investors in SunPower (SPWR) stock should keep an eye out for news when the company holds its next event on Thursday! Savings or $5 million. Do this now. Stock market prodigy who found NIO for $2... says Buy THIS Early Bitcoin Millionaire Reveals His Next Big Crypto Trade “On Air” (Author: Gardener)

Thursday, March 31stInvestors in SunPower (NASDAQ:SPWR) stock should keep an eye out for news when the company holds its next event on Thursday! An orange pitched roof covered in solar panels representing SPWR stock. Then the SunPower Analyst Day takes place. The event location in San Diego, California is scheduled to begin at 11:00 a.m. Eastern Time and last until 3:00 p.m. Easter time. So what can investors expect from the company's 2022 Analyst Day? Several members of SunPower's leadership team will be making presentations on a variety of topics. Obviously not everyone will be able to swing to the event in person. Because of this, SunPower is hosting a live stream of the event on the same day. SPWR stock is not very active today as investors prepare for this event. As of this writing, only around 700,000 shares of the company's stock have changed hands. SunPower is a provider of energy storage and energy services in North America. SPWR stock was up slightly Tuesday morning. Investors looking for the latest stock market news have come to the right place! We have the latest stock news traders need to know for Tuesday! This includes what's happening to stocks of meme stocks, why QuantumScape (NYSE:QS) stock is moving, as well as this morning's biggest premarket stock moves. You can find all these news by following the links below! The opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and are subject to InvestorPlace.com's publication guidelines.

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Cabrillo Softball beats Chabot

Ella Giguiere had one hit and three RBI, and the Cabrillo College softball team defeated Chabot 10-0 in five innings in Tuesday's teams' Coast Conference game at Aptos. (Author: Gardener)

ChabotElla Giguiere had one hit and three RBI, and the Cabrillo College softball team defeated Chabot 10-0 in five innings in Tuesday's teams Coast Conference game at Aptos. Cabrillo plays Ohlone (0-16, 0-9). Barbados Surf Pro: Santa Cruz's Sam Coffey has progressed Tuesday from his opening run at the World Surf League's Barbados Surf Pro, a 3,000-point event of the men's qualifying series at the Soup Bowl in Bathsheba, Barbados. Coffey, ranked 17th on QS North America's rankings, takes on Americans Levi Slawson and Parker Cohn and Brazilian Rodrigo Saldanha in Heat 3 of the Round of 32 when action resumes. Coffey (10.63) finished second behind Che Allan (12.10) of Barbados in heat 7 of the round of 64. John Mel (8.40) of Santa Cruz finished in 49th place after failing in heat 12 of the round of the last 64 was fourth behind Nicholas Coli (14.33) of San Clemente, Chauncey Robinson (10.74) of Melbourne Beach, Fla. and Evan Puma (10.30) of Barbados. Aptos 203, Soquel 254: Ben Meltzer had 38 nine-hole medals at Pasatiempo Golf Club and the Mariners won their game in the Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League on Tuesday. Dominic DeLuca (39), Vito Riccabona (39), Seamus Carey (41) and Joey Mackle (46) also scored for the Mariners. Santa Cruz 217, San Lorenzo Valley 226: Myles Statsky shot over par 36 on the first nine at DeLaveaga Golf Course 2 on Tuesday to become a medalist and the Cardinals won their SCCAL match. Ryan Hodge shot 40 to lead SLV (4-2). Harbor 213, Scotts Valley 220: Matthew Munro shot 1-under-par 33 on the front nine at the DeLaveaga Golf Course to earn medal wins and lead the Pirates to SCCAL victory on Tuesday. Munro had birdies on holes 1 and 8. Ian Holbert (39), Jason Tucker (45) and Nash Campbell (47) also scored for the Pirates (3-2). Delano Porco and Holden Ellis each shot 49, the Pirates' final score. Duncan had three birdies (holes #2, #5, #9). At Aptos 10, Alvarez 1: Jack Spinelli was 2 for 3 with three RBI in Tuesday's Mariners nonleague win. Matt Hood was 2 for 3 with two doubles and an RBI for Aptos (9-4). Chase Aiken pitched three innings and knocked out three batters. St. Francis 10, at Soquel 6: Noel Aquino and Kai Price hit home runs and the Sharks won their non-league game on Tuesday. Aquino finished with three RBI and three runs scored. Price had three hits, an RBI and hit twice. Junior Ibarra had two hits and three runs, and Nash Horton had two hits and three RBI. Ibarra pitched five innings for the win. Nick DeBernardo had two hits, two RBI and two runs for the Knights. Nick Barnes and Matt Blanke also scored two runs. Aptos 7, Carmel 0: Koosha Safari, Bennett Biscotti and Heath Hegna didn't concede a game in their straight-set wins and the Mariners picked up a win in their non-league game on Tuesday. Aptos is 32-4 in singles this season. John McGowan and Jack Eldredge, Sean Spencer and Nick Hambright, and Andrew Morrissey and Jack Taylor won their doubles matches in straight sets. Senior versus Zack Stack had eight kills, four aces, and three blocks for the Griffins. Senior setter Ryan Kolderup had four kills, 17 assists and seven aces.

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Seven interesting courses in autumn 2022

If you're looking for a fun, unique fourth grade, or trying to get some T's done, here's The Chronicle's list of seven interesting classes to take for Fall 2022 semester. (Author: Gardener)

autumn 2022Seven Interesting Courses in Fall 2022 Perkins, Bostock and Lilly Libraries closed at 6pm. during the first full week of classes and will not be open on weekends until January 22nd. It's that time again - the book bag is now open for students to start choosing courses for the next semester. If you're looking for a fun, unique fourth grade, or trying to get some T's done, here's The Chronicle's list of seven interesting classes to take for Fall 2022 semester. According to DukeHub, this course examines how people's belief or lack of God or gods shapes their answers to life's big questions. These questions include: What leads to human prosperity, happiness, and success? What relationship does man have with the environment? The coursework revolves around how philosophical and religious traditions from around the world have answered these questions and focuses on key figures from religions such as Confucianism, Islam, Christianity, Stoicism, Judaism and Buddhism. Analyzing digital culture from a feminist and gender studies perspective, this course questions and explores issues related to digital innovation and its history through gender studies analysis tools. These topics include the rise of Silicon Valley, gaming culture, social media, artificial intelligence, biotechnology and more. These topics are discussed by considering current events or debates and giving historical, ethical, sociological or theoretical perspectives. Get The Chronicle straight to your inbox According to DukeHub, this course looks at how we might historically think about synthetic chemicals and natural alternatives, and both the benefits and dangers they pose to human health, society and the world represent the environment. Course topics follow historical "genealogies" of drugs and chemicals in economies, environments, and bodies, from cellular to worldwide scales. Focus substances may include aluminum, antiretroviral drugs, DDT, gold, indigo, mercury, nicotine, quinine, and opioids. This course explores the many rhythmic behaviors of organisms and cells, from sleep and wake cycles to flower opening to cell division and malaria infections. Classwork focuses on the genetic and molecular networks comprising clocks that regulate cell division and circadian rhythms, as well as the quantitative aspects of clock networks through a data analysis and dynamic systems model perspective. The Hollywood Musical: Singing and Dancing the American Dream This course asks what makes the Hollywood film musical a quintessentially American genre aside from its uncompromising praise of spectacularity? Since its inception, the Hollywood musical has channeled diverse ideologies in its modes of performance and production, providing a space to address anxieties of American society, such as the arts. The coursework focuses on the performative aspects of the Hollywood musical, as well as the relationship between dance and song, musical styles, sexual objectification, and the 'star persona'. Main topics include the dissolution of the Soviet Union, the end of British rule in India, the transition from the apartheid regime in South Africa, the end of the Pinochet dictatorship in Chile and the non-violent strategies of the civil rights movement in the United States. This course examines the fundamental principles and challenges of water science at the local, regional, and global scales, with an emphasis on cutting-edge water research affecting people and the environment. Classwork focuses on topics such as the global water cycle, the impact of climate change on water availability, water quality, the energy-water nexus, and scientific approaches to pollutant tracking and contaminant remediation. Alison KornAlison Korn is a sophomore in Pratt and Executive Editor of Volume 117 of The Chronicle. Share and discuss "Seven Interesting Courses in Fall 2022" on social media.

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Elanco Animal Health Incorporated Announces Tender Offer for 2023 Notes

GREENFIELD, Indiana, March 29, 2022 – Elanco Animal Health Incorporated (NYSE: ELAN) (“Elanco”) today announced the commencement of a cash offering (the “Offering”) for an aggregate principal amount of up to $250 million, 4.272% senior Notes due 2023 (CUSIP No. 28414HAE3) (the “Notes”), pursuant to the terms set forth in the tender offer dated March 29, 2022. (Author: Gardener)

NotesGREENFIELD, Indiana, March 29, 2022--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Elanco Animal Health Incorporated (NYSE: ELAN) ("Elanco") today announced the commencement of a cash offering (the "Offering") for up to $250 million in aggregate principal amount of its 4.272% Senior Notes due 2023 (CUSIP No. 28414HAE3) (the “Notes”), pursuant to the terms set forth in the tender offer dated March 29, 2022. The Offer is scheduled to expire at 12:00 a.m. New York City time at the end of April 25, 2022 (unless extended) (the "Expiry Time"). Noteholders (“Holders”) who validly tender their Notes on April 11, 2022 at or before 5:00 p.m. New York City time (the “Early Tender Time”) will be entitled to receive the “Entire Consideration”. of $1,035 per $1,000 principal amount of the Notes tendered, including the "Early Tender Payment" of $30 per $1,000 of the Notes. Holders who validly tender their Notes after the Early Tender Time but on or before the Expiration Time will be entitled to receive the "Undertaking Consideration" equal to the "Aggregate Consideration" less the "Early Tender Payment". Elanco's obligation to accept and pay for validly offered Notes is subject to certain conditions. Subject to the satisfaction or waiver of certain conditions, Elanco reserves the right, after the Early Tender Point, to accept for purchase any Notes validly tendered on or before the Early Tender Point (an "Early Settlement Election"). ). Elanco will announce if it intends to exercise the early settlement election after the early tender time. If Elanco exercises the Early Settlement Option, we currently anticipate that the settlement date for Notes tendered at or before the Early Tender Time will be immediately after the Early Settlement Option is exercised. The settlement date for Notes tendered after the Early Tender Time and on or before the Expiration Time and accepted by Elanco for purchase under the Offering will be immediately after the Expiration Time. Tendered Notes may be validly withdrawn at any time prior to 5:00 p.m. New York City time on April 11, 2022, but not thereafter. In addition to the aggregate or tender offer consideration, as the case may be, Holders whose Notes are accepted for payment pursuant to the Offer will receive accrued and unpaid interest up to, but not including, the applicable settlement date. If the purchase of all validly tendered Notes on the applicable Settlement Date would result in Elanco purchasing a principal amount in excess of $250 million (the "Tender Limit"), then the Offer is oversubscribed and Elanco if it has the Notes to purchase accepts the Offer will accept tendered Notes pro rata as described in the Offer. If the Tender Limit is reached in respect of tenders of Notes tendered on or before the Early Tender Time, no Notes tendered after the Early Tender Time will be accepted for purchase unless the Tender Limit is determined by Elanco in its sole discretion elevated . Elanco reserves the right, but has no obligation, to increase the $250 million tender limit at any time, subject to compliance with applicable laws. ("Citi") is acting as sole Dealer Manager for the Offering. For more information regarding the terms of the offer, please contact Citi at (800) 558-3745 (U.). Requests for documents may be directed to Global Bondholder Services Corporation, acting as custodian and information agent for the Offering, at (855)-654-2014 (toll free) or (212) 430-3774 (bank and broker collection point) Neither Elanco nor the Dealer Manager or the Custodian and Information Agent makes recommendations as to whether holders should tender their Notes pursuant to the Offer and none have been authorized by them to make such recommendations. This press release constitutes neither an offer to buy nor a solicitation of an offer to sell of any debentures or other securities, nor will any purchase of such Notes be made in any state or jurisdiction in which such offer, solicitation or purchase would be unlawful prior to registration or qualification under the securities laws of such jurisdiction.The Offer is solely due to there s tender offer dated March 29, 2022. This press release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (Exchange Act) with respect to the cash offer for the outstanding 4.272% Senior Notes due 2023 by Elanco. Forward-looking statements are based on our current expectations and beliefs about our business, the economy and other future conditions. Because forward-looking statements relate to the future, by their nature they involve uncertainties, risks and changes in circumstances that are difficult to predict. As a result, our actual results could differ materially from those contained in the forward-looking statements. For more information on the factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from the forward-looking statements, please refer to Elanco's most recent Form 10-K and subsequent Forms 10-Q filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Although we have attempted to identify important risk factors, there may be other risk factors, not currently known to us or which we currently believe are not material, that could cause actual results and developments to differ materially from those contained in statements made or proposed in this press release that differ from the forward-looking statements. If any of these risks materializes, or if any of the above assumptions underlying any forward-looking statement proves incorrect, actual results and developments may differ materially from the forward-looking statements contained in this press release. We caution you not to place undue reliance on forward-looking statements, which should also be read in conjunction with the other cautionary statements contained elsewhere in this press release. Any forward-looking statements we make in this press release speak only as of the date of this release. Factors or events that could cause our actual results to differ may occur from time to time and it is not possible for us to predict all of them. We undertake no obligation to publicly update or revise any forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future developments or otherwise, except as required by law.

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'Southgate on Maguire a dash in the sand moment'

Gareth Southgate's criticism of England fans who booed Harry Maguire shows the strength of his position and determination to protect the squad's unity. (Author: Gardener)

Gareth Southgate'sEngland's players and management, under the leadership of Gareth Southgate, have always displayed a fiercely united front in times of success and they did so again to condemn Harry Maguire's taunting. Southgate's response was that Maguire's treatment was "an absolute joke" and such was the anger in the English camp at the booing of a player seen as key to their runs to the 2018 World Cup semi-finals and Euro 2020 final that he crossed the rift between old club rivalries. It is rare for an England manager to be so critical of the side's own fans, but Southgate has never dodged difficult questions during his tenure. He was in no mood to pedal gently and it was another sign of Southgate's strength in his position and his determination to protect the unity he has so painstakingly built in his England squad. Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson was among the first to react on social media. His reaction mixed anger with what appeared to be utter disbelief as he asked: "What have we become?" There was a time when England's squad was divided between players from Liverpool and Manchester United - not anymore. Henderson and Maguire may be bitter rivals at club level, but they have strong ties to England. England captain Harry Kane said after the team had "worked hard over the last few years to rebuild our connection with England fans", the booing "just wasn't right". It's a sign of the credit England's players have with the majority of supporters on the bench that they felt able to speak so openly about how hurt they were over the treatment of the popular Maguire, and some of their own Criticize support so vehemently. Southgate and his squad also clearly feel that the majority of England's more measured fans will sympathize and agree with their views and support Maguire. There's no escaping the fact that Maguire has had a very poor season at Manchester United, but he's not alone there - team-mate Marcus Rashford has been left out of the England squad due to his demise. And he's not the first England player to be mauled by his own fans, as John Barnes has been a well-documented target in the past. Southgate has been prepared in the past to criticize England fans, as he did in November 2019 when part of the Wembley crowd mocked the introduction of substitute Joe Gomez in their 7-0 win over Montenegro in a Euro 2020 qualifier. Liverpool defender Gomez was the innocent party in a rout with England team-mate Raheem Sterling at St George's Park, an incident that led to the Manchester City striker being dropped from the squad as a disciplinary measure. No England player should ever be booed for wearing the jersey of reliable and trusted players. Was it simply a partisan anti-Manchester United reaction to Maguire's struggles at club level? It should also be noted that many England fans then took it upon themselves to rally behind Maguire, but in the eyes of Southgate and his players, certainly those who spoke out so publicly, the damage had been done. Southgate's England have endeared the national team back to the public after a few years in which the circus surrounding the so-called 'golden generation' had fallen in love with many It was a happy and mutually beneficial relationship between England's players and fans, but that has died team not dissuaded from taking on some of their own very publicly and in unf the latter terms here. Maguire felt the full support of those in the English camp, if not some of those at Wembley, and it was an important moment that he could not pass without such a public, condemning reaction.

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Harry Maguire praises a 'pleasant week' with England despite being booed by home fans at Wembley

Harry Maguire hails 'pleasant week' with England despite being booed by home fans at Wembley - (Author: Gardener)

Harry MaguireHarry Maguire did not address the abuse he received from England fans at Wembley last night as he summed up a "pleasant" international break. The Manchester United captain drew boos from sections of the home crowd when his name was read out over the tannoy before kick-off and again when he touched the ball in the early stages of Tuesday's 3-0 friendly win over Ivory Coast. England boss Gareth Southgate condemned the treatment of Maguire as an "absolute joke", while captain Harry Kane has now also criticized the fans in charge as well as Three Lions team-mates such as Declan Rice, Jordan Henderson and Jack Grealish. However, Maguire declined to publicly respond to the taunts when he tweeted for the first time since the game on Wednesday morning. "Pleasing week playing for my country," Maguire wrote in a short message. Southgate remains loyal to Maguire, who has won 42 caps for England since 2017 and was a key figure in the teams that reached last summer's European Championship final on home soil and the 2018 World Cup semi-finals in Russia. "I thought the reception was a joke, an absolute joke," Southgate told Sky Sports of the boos at Wembley. "What he's done for us, the way he's performed for England has been phenomenal. “He's wearing an England shirt and you shouldn't just be supporting a player in an England shirt, but when he's played at the level he is and has delivered his performances it should put his full commitment behind him. At one end of the floor you have a hardcore section of fans playing his song and trying to get his name chanted, so I'm aware it's not everyone. He added: "Don't think for a minute that the other players aren't going to look at that thought: 'This could be me one day'. “And that was one of the problems of playing for England. The players were like, 'Do I want to go? Because if it gets a bit difficult, the crowd will turn against me." "We need Harry Maguire to play well if we want to have a chance [in Qatar]. We're not going to win a World Cup with a lot of players with 3 or 4 caps. “That has never happened in the history of the game. We need our experienced players who play well, especially in those positions on the pitch. "It's of the highest quality. In my opinion, he is also the best central defender at his club. It is ridiculous. Every time he enters the field, every action is analyzed to death. I don't remember a player being in the spotlight like that.” From a daily news briefing to insights into homes and real estate, plus lifestyle, going out, deals and more. Click here to see the best stories in your inbox.

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Harry Maguire IGNORES Wembley Boo Boys after England win

Part of the Wembley crowd taunted the Manchester United defender both before and during England's 3-0 win on Tuesday night. But Maguire has remained defiant. (Author: Gardener)

EnglandHarry Maguire has ignored the English fans who booed him during the friendly against Ivory Coast by tweeting about his "enjoyable week playing for my country". Part of the Wembley crowd taunted the Manchester United defender both before and during England's 3-0 win on Tuesday night. It led to an irate Gareth Southgate calling the boos an "absolute joke" and taking to social media to support teammates Jordan Henderson and Declan Rice Maguire. But Maguire seems to have brushed off the criticism by posting a picture from the game on his Twitter account and the message "Enjoyable week playing for my country" with an English flag and a heart emoji. Harry Maguire defied the Wembley boo-boys with a Twitter post captioning a "fun week playing for my country" after being taunted during England's win over Ivory Coast. Maguire was booed both before and during Tuesday's international friendly at Wembley from the Wembley crowd as they were read out before kick-off, and boos also greeted the defender's first few touches before fizzled out. England won the game comfortably thanks to goals from Ollie Watkins, Raheem Sterling and Tyrone Mings and Serge Aurier was sent off for the visitors just before half-time. Southgate launched an emphatic follow-up defense from Maguire in response to the game's pursuit, saying: "I thought the reception was a joke, an absolute joke. “The way he performed for us was absolutely phenomenal. “He's wearing an England shirt and you shouldn't just support a player in an England shirt, but if you've played at the level he's been for us and brought in his performances, it should leave his full commitment behind. England manager Gareth Southgate hit back at the minority Wembley crowd, who scoffed at Maguire having had a difficult season for Manchester United but having played well for England. “The team is totally united. We know everyone has difficult moments but he's a top player and he'll make it. "They are real England fans and some are influenced by whatever - by social media or players who have played before and influence opinion. The club situation is of course very difficult, but he wears an English shirt. "I remember decades ago some players were booed in an England shirt and that was never acceptable to me. Fans should always stand behind their team.' Then Southgate spoke to reporters in his post-game press conference, adding, 'Don't think the other players won't be looking at that thought.' That could be me one day. "That was one of the problems of playing for England. The players thought: "Hmmm, do I want to go, because if it gets a bit difficult then the audience will turn against me". England boss Southgate slammed the welcome Maguire received in Tuesday's 3-0 win. "It happened here with John Barnes, it happened a few times with Ashley Cole, it happened with Raheem, now Harry. They're all excellent players, so I really don't see how this will benefit anyone. “We are united as a team. We need a Harry Maguire who plays well if we want a chance (in winter) to do well because we're not going to win a World Cup with a bunch of players who have three or four caps. "It hasn't happened in the history of the game, so we need our experienced players who play well, especially in those positions on the field. I can't remember a player being in the spotlight like that at any point in time. England midfielder Declan Rice defended Maguire and urged fans to support the Liverpool players and England midfielder Jordan Henderson also defended Maguire over what happened at Wembley tonight. “Harry Maguire was a colossus for England. "As someone who wants to win with England, I feel lucky to share a dressing room with him. Midfielder Rice also offered public support for Maguire, who has struggled for form with United all season. The West Ham star wrote: "Complete embarrassment from whoever booed tonight. @HarryMaguire93 has been amazing every time he has donned the England shirt. Support your own players. Especially with an upcoming major tournament.”

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The perfect working days to maximize motivation

What are the perfect work days to maximize your motivation? For me it depends on the day and varies. We've been working eight hours a day since Robert Owen coined the slogan "eight hours work, eight hours rest, eight hours rest" in the 1700s. (Author: Gardener)

the dayWhat are the perfect work days to maximize your motivation? We've been working eight hours a day since Robert Owen coined the slogan "eight hours work, eight hours rest, eight hours rest" in the 1700s. Today, the average American works 8.8 hours a day. However, it turns out that working so hard every day isn't conducive. A study found that a six-hour workday increases productivity. While another study found that workers shouldn't work more than 39 hours a week. "Long working hours undermine a person's mental and physical health, as there is less time to eat well and take care of themselves appropriately," said lead researcher Huong Dinh of the Australian National University's Research School of Population Health. Simply put, the traditional eight-hour workday is antiquated and not conducive to our lifestyle. This flexibility has definitely helped make employees more productive and motivated. One reason is that it promotes a healthier work-life balance. Another reason is that employees with flexible working hours are happier at work and less prone to burnout and psychological stress than their colleagues with fixed working hours. That's all well and good, but the question now is, what are the perfect workdays that maximize motivation? But if so, then waking up bright and early every morning is best. For me, I get up at 5:15 every day. I've found this to be the most productive time of the day as I'm up before everyone else. It all helps me look forward to conquering the day. Researchers have found that morning people are more proactive and are able to anticipate and minimize problems. Additionally, getting up early reduces stress and makes me feel exhausted as I already had a productive morning before my workday even started. After being awake for a while, what should your schedule be for the rest of the day? Research shows that not only does this help with weight loss, but it also boosts your energy levels. This is because it primes your body for all-day fat burning. However, make sure you wait until after 9:30 with the cup of coffee. That's because cortisol, the stress hormone that helps us feel alert and energetic, peaks around 8 or 9 a.m. So you don't need to fortify that first thing in the morning. Instead, save it for later when you need a caffeine boost. In fact, research from Baylor University shows that you should take a mid-morning coffee break. Because the closer the working day approaches, the easier it is to regenerate your mental resources. But what if you're so exhausted you need a nap? During this period, you may experience post-lunch drowsiness or reduced alertness. Even a nap during this time will not interfere with your nightly sleep. What about the last hour of the day? The rest of the week would look something like this: * Friday: Create your schedule for next week. "The most productive people not only manage their time well, they also manage their energy and attention well," writes Chris Bailey, author of The Productivity Project. "Scheduling your day when you're most energetic is an easy way to work smarter instead of just working harder." Bailey found his BPT by eliminating caffeine and alcohol from his diet; eat as little sugar as possible; and wake up without an alarm clock. For three weeks he kept a daily log in which he recorded his energy values ​​every hour. After the three weeks, Bailey found that between 10am and 12pm and 5pm and 8pm were his biological prime times. Bailey then rearranged his day to work on his most impactful and meaningful tasks during those hours. Whenever his energy levels began to drop, he would work on lower impact tasks. If he needs an energy boost, he would drink a cup of green tea. So if we're aware that after that, say around 3 and 4 p.m., you won't be able to concentrate, you should work on the previously mentioned "soft" projects. Once you find your BPT, you should block that time on your calendar so you can work undivided. But what if you work 9 to 5 and the boss calls a pointless meeting? Hopefully you can catch up at another time. What are your perfect working days to maximize your motivation? Sign up for early access to Google Calendar here!

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Kieran Trippier gives positive update on Newcastle United comeback recovery

Newcastle United comeback recovery - Kieran Trippier issues positive update (Author: Gardener)

Kieran TrippierJust 318 minutes but to most Newcastle United fans Kieran Trippier is the best right-back they've seen in black and white in a long time, quite possibly ever. Having helped Atletico Madrid win the title and been voted La Liga Team of the Year just a few months earlier, as well as starting and assisting for England in the EURO final, it was quite an impressive first signing for the newcomers Owners of Newcastle United and Eddie Howe. Just those 318 minutes so far but the four Premier League games that Kieran Trippier has started has resulted in ten points AND he has taken two vital free kicks to help massively in winning two of those games. The only downside is that Newcastle United were without the England international after breaking a foot in their 1-0 win over Aston Villa. Now, 39 days later, Kieran Trippier has given a positive update (see below) from Dubai, saying: "My recovery is going really well. My ankle isn't as tight anymore... I'm just looking forward to moving forward with my recovery now." That all sounds very positive and would be a huge bonus if Kieran Trippier could come back soon, as at one point it sounded like it was he was barred for the season. On Tuesday, Eddie Howe also gave a positive update (see below) on the situation with Kieran Trippier, saying: "I think touch wood if he can get through the early stages of coming out in his boots and then make progress pretty quickly, he is one that we hope to see back in action soon.” Eddie Howe seems to be implying that we're more likely to see Trippier back in action sooner than Callum Wilson. Media reports over the past week had indicated that both Kieran Trippier and Callum Wilson were targeting a potential return for Palace's home game on Wednesday 20 April. However, earlier this week it was even claimed that Wolves could be home on Friday 8 April if Trippier could be available. Reading between the lines perhaps the most likely and realistic scenario is that it could be the home game between these two if Kieran Trippier is back in the matchday squad on Sunday 17 April when Leicester visits St James Park . While Newcastle United is obviously the focus for us as fans, it is imperative that Kieran Trippier is available for England again as soon as possible with the World Cup in Qatar now less than eight months away. Trippier obviously missed that March meeting and the England games, but there is a very important team meeting in June that will surely be key for many of those hoping to make the final cut for Qatar in November and December 2022 . Between June 4th and June 14th, England have four games as part of their clash. Hoping Kieran Trippier is fully fit and committed, we're keeping our fingers crossed that any relegation fears have been put to bed and we look forward to a truly progressive 2022/23 season with Newcastle United and the World Cup with England. Kieran Trippier speaking to NUFC TV in Dubai - Thursday 24 March 2022: "I'm just looking forward to moving forward with my recovery now." it's a lot worse than it actually is. "You're on crutches, so it looks bad. "For me it was just mentally important that I obviously get out of my shoe at the right time and also [get rid of] the crutches." "I'm in a good place [mentally] since I got hurt. "I'm just happy to be doing my rehab here with the team and look forward to moving my rehab forward and coming back quickly." Eddie Howe gives an official update on Kieran Trippier and Callum Wilson's progress on the club's website recovering from their respective injuries/surgery – Tuesday 22 March 2022: “I would say they [Kieran Trippier and Callum Wilson] are on schedule from where they received their respective injuries, but I wouldn't necessarily say early. “You have to be very careful with Callum's injury; that we don't push him backwards too quickly and he ends up injuring himself again because the hamstring/calf is a very sensitive area of ​​the body and you need to make sure it's strong enough to withstand a heavy load. [It's] a bone injury and I think touch wood, if he can get through the early stages of coming out in his boots and then make progress pretty quickly, hopefully we could see him back in action soon.

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NRL legend tells Tigers to cut Madge loose and install Sheens

'He's like Wayne in the Broncos': NRL legend tells Tigers to 'cut loose' Madge and install Sheens (Author: Gardener)

MadgeCorey Parker has urged the Tigers to cut ties with Michael Maguire immediately and name Tim Sheens as interim manager for the remainder of the season. As the pressure mounts on Maguire and his 0-3 Tigers, Parker believes the time may be right to bring a new voice to the team, especially one as respected and with as much experience behind it as Sheens. "Cut him now and Tim Sheens goes in as janitor and then grades it at the end of the year," Parker said on The Fox League podcast. Stream every game of every round of the 2022 NRL Telstra Premiership season live and ad-free during gameplay on Kayo. New to Kayo? "That was discussed during the game," James Hooper said. "But whether it will happen is too early to say." Parker believes changing the voice players hear every day and replacing it with one of the greatest thinkers in rugby league history could be the power switch , which the Tigers need to turn their fortunes around. "First of all, there's going to be an initial change right away," Parker said. "If Tim Sheens took over, there would be an immediate first change from the players' perspective. From the coach. All of this is change. "So there was a policy and things aren't working for some reason. It's nothing personal with Madge Maguire. EARLY MAIL: Two Broncos stars under cloud of injuries; Krieger 'likely' to return Cowboys' $1.8M six-club war for teen freak 'He's a great guy. I know him personally. He's a great coach. Tim Sheen's figurehead. He's like Wayne Bennett in the Broncos. “So the playgroup immediately has a different attitude when they go to practice. “I'm sure Tim is the thinker. He's the best thinker I've ever encountered in the game. “They come to training with a different attitude. There would just be a few different things here and there.” While Sheens turns 72 in October, Parker believes he still has what it takes to be a full-time NRL coach and he might relish the chance, too to train next season. "You just don't know what's going to happen. In the end, you know what, I reckon he'd be walking around for another year. Play Now “Wayne Bennett is 72 years old and about to take over a franchise club. Tim Sheens is in the same boat.” However, Parker acknowledges that you need a playgroup that has the leadership to inspire the change Sheens could bring to the field. "It happened to us once with the Broncos," Parker said of a coaching change. “You need a good, strong leadership group to be fair and to help you get through this. "You have to have the players all on your side because that's out of their control. “Go back to the things you can control. "But you can control how they show up, and if Tim Sheens gets on board well, things will change because you see a different face and you hear a different voice and it's different ideas and it's Tim Sheens." Parker played internationally for the Kangaroos under Sheens and believes he's just the kind of innovative thinker the Tigers need to break free from their funk. Get the latest NRL news, highlights and analysis straight to your inbox with Fox Sports Sportmail. "I played under him for Australia and he was great," said Parker. “A truly innovative thinker about the game. "The way he thinks about the game and the way he tries to articulate moveable defensive lines to tire out centre-forwards and accentuate some stars' attack. "He's actually really thinking about the game where someone like a Wayne Bennett knows how to get the best out of the individual and you just have natural ability and that's going to come to the fore. "But I know Tim Sheens wants to be the poster boy and want to lead this team. You see the risk. "And that can happen pretty quickly. You can win a game and get that feeling in the group. One new voice and it could happen real quick.”

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