Checking your email. Snacking on a sleeve of cookies. Letting your furry friend share your sleeping space. Bad bedtime habits prove a dime a dozen, but the most common one out there might be the most overlooked of all.
Do you remember the last time you plopped onto your mattress without a phone or tablet in hand—or at least, within arm’s reach?
We spend a lot of our lifetime in our beds, so it’s only natural that we’d make them cozy and appealing. But beneath all the throw pillows and frills, there’s a legion of germs that also find our beds just as homey.
Once upon a time, air travel was a treat that people looked forward to. But now, that time is long gone.
Everyone has weird dreams – whether we’re falling through the air, being chased through the streets, losing our teeth, or getting sexy with a stranger.
Forest bathing for stress? Maybe you’ve tried typical stress relievers like yoga, meditation, or even unexpected hacks like snacking on mango or staring at a pattern. But did you ever think about just hanging out in the woods?
Productivity calls for being focused, energized, and alert—so it’s no secret that sleep deprivation can have a major impact on your work. But did you ever consider whether your work might be impacting your sleep?
Balmy summer nights might not be the best for falling asleep. But when it comes to having a good time, they pretty much can’t be beat.
Let’s face it: Not everyone is a natural-born early bird or early morning person.
It happens to the best of us: Even if you’re the kind of person who prioritizes getting eight hours of shuteye, there are still some nights when you Just. Can’t. Sleep.
Keeping your body cool is key to a good night’s sleep. But once summer’s warm, sticky nights roll around, it can be tougher to stay comfortable without turning the AC up to full blast.
Mornings often tend to set the stage for the day, for better or worse. If you wake up late to a stressed out or hectic morning, your outlook for the day might not be the best.
Dreamland is the one place you can go without having to worry about packing a bag. Or is it?
Keeping your bedroom cool, dark, and quiet is great advice—but it’s also a little basic. If you’re ready to move on to bedroom décor 201, here’s some expert help.