Book club on Feb. 12th: “Why we sleep” by Matthew Walker

We all spend roughly a third of our lives sleeping … let’s learn more about it. 😴

Harry Keller
Dec 22, 2018 · 2 min read

Sleep is something most of us don’t get enough of, so let’s learn more about the trade-off we’re making when we don’t get a good night’s shut-eye.

Matthew Walker’s “Why we sleep” has been on my reading list for a while and has garnered overwhelmingly positive reviews all around. So if you’re also curious about sleep in general, dreams, the effects of sleep deprivation or sleep experiments such as lucid dreaming and polyphasic sleeping, then you’re most welcome to join our little discussion on Feb. 12th.

Get yourself a copy in English or German:
German: Das große Buch vom Schlaf [affiliate link]
English: Why we sleep [affiliate link]

Please note that the main discussion will be in German … we welcome anyone to join though and if you fancy a parallel discussion in English, you could encourage other non-German speakers in the Facebook event to join us:

We meet on Tuesday, February 12th, 6:45pm at our office (Oranienstraße 6, 10997 Berlin).

We then head over to Max & Moritz for the discussion. Please add yourself to the Facebook event or let me know directly that you’re coming. This is important for booking a table of the right size. Thank you!

We wish you the calmest of holidays, sound sleep and of course happy reading! 🎄 📚 😴 is a studio for strategy, design and code in Berlin, featuring a multidisciplinary team of designers, developers and strategists. We create tailor-made digital solutions with an agile mindset and a smile on our faces. Let’s work together!

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Grand millennial with a teenage mind: always curious, mostly optimistic, annoyingly idealistic. Developer and partner at @diesdasdigital.

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