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Sleep Revolution Book Review – Part 2

In Part 2 of Arianna Huffington's book The Sleep Revolution, you get to hear from the lady herself, interviewed by Marie Forleo. There are some real nuggets in this interview as you further learn why sleep is so important to living life to your full potential.

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The 3 Worst Mattress Ads Ever!

You don’t have to be up late at night to find really bad and distasteful ads – although that does help! Bad and distasteful ads can interrupt your television viewing pleasure at any time of day. Some of the worst ads on television are about mattresses – especially if there is a sale on. In this post, I feature 3 of the worst mattress ads ever to appear on television in my opinion. Let’s see if you agree.

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Love Cuddling In Bed? The Love Mattress Is For You

According to 8fact.com, 80% of girls agreed that cuddling in bed and falling asleep is probably the best feeling in a relationship. Whether you’re a female or a male, cuddling is cosy. It’s warm. Loving. Comfortable. Nice. Cuddling is a great concept. But if you’ve woken up with pins and needle in your arm under the weight of your loved one, you will understand that sometimes cuddling isn’t comfortable. Fear not, romantic reader, love will find a way…introducing the LOVE MATTRESS. It’s mattress purely designed with cuddling in mind.Continue reading

Leonardo DiCaprio Makes Mattresses Sexy – My Online Mattress Company Reviews

Entrepreneurs have taken a shine to the mattress business. Several mattress start-ups have entered the market recently promising different benefits to you, the consumer. Even Hollywood actors Ashton Kutcher and Leonardo DiCaprio have invested in these companies, making the mattress business suddenly sexy! More competition sounds like it’s a good thing for the consumer, right? Let’s find out in my online mattress company reviews.

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Living A Natural Organic Lifestyle – Food, Clothes and Sleep

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It’s no secret today’s consumer is more discerning. Organic food is more mainstream. Organic clothing is gaining in popularity. If living a natural organic lifestyle is important to you, consider sleeping organic – and I don’t mean sleeping in the nude! People don’t want synthetic mattresses and other bedding near their skin or breathing in toxic chemical emissions from their nose and mouth as they sleep. What do you need to be aware of, as a consumer, to fully embrace sleeping organic? Let’s find out.

 

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Sleep Revolution – A Book Review – Part 1

Arianna Huffington

Arianna Huffington has convinced the world of the benefits of a good night’s sleep in her new book The Sleep Revolution. Arianna credits her unwrinkled skin and smooth face not to Botox but “beauty sleep.” She is 65 years old and is full of radiant energy.  And all because she has set a daily sleep routine. Let’s explore her journey from sleep amateur to sleep pro.Continue reading

Forget The Cat, Now The Bed Is Out Of The Bag

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To some of us, few of the fondest memories of our childhood are the sleepovers and pajama parties. Away from our parents, we spent the night squealing and giggling, that surely spelled F-U-N for me. Everything about sleepovers is thrilling: the planning, the chitchatting-gossiping-secret-sharing, the pillow fights, and especially the bonding that came after it. Add unique looking onesies, superheroine pajamas, and selfies to the mix and you’ll have super sleepover joy! But where do you put all the extra children to bed? One company has found a unique solution: a bed in a bag. Convenient. Comfortable. Just use it when you need it.

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Humans And Their Pets: Making The Most Of A Healthy Bond

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Are you a pet lover? Recent studies by the Mayo Clinic reveals that sleeping with your pets can do good for your health. Researchers surveyed 150 patients about their sleeping habits and their pets. It turns out that those who sleep with their cat or dog feel more safe and secure and can sleep better.

The researchers discovered that fifty-six percent of pet owners shared the bed with their pets, as the companion animals are viewed as part of the family and should be included in as many aspects of life as possible.

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