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  • 9 min read
When you become a parent, you have to put a lot more thought into sleep, squeezing in shuteye when you can while making sure your little one is clocking the recommended hours too. As your child grows and your schedule gets more crowded, it may take even more effort to schedule naps and bedtimes to ensure they’re getting the sleep they need to support their growing bodies.
  • 7 min read
National Beer Day, April 7th, isn’t just one more national day to tack on to the rest. It’s been around for almost a hundred years and commemorates the beginning of the end for alcohol prohibition in 1933. The 18th Amendment only forbade the sale of alcohol for about 14 years before the 21st Amendment canceled it out.
  • 8 min read
Humans and dogs have been sleeping side-by-side for millennia. Though the practice may have started as a means for nighttime protection and warmth, it’s evolved into a cherished tradition of human-canine bonding. Many pet parents have no problem sleeping through the night with the dog in their bed.
  • 7 min read
Sleep divorce is a growing trend among couples who love each other but have trouble sleeping in the same bed. Quality sleep is important for your mental and physical health, and some people just can’t get a good night’s rest in the same bed as their partner. If you often find yourself up at night, staring at the ceiling and debating whether you should wake your partner up to stop their snoring, it may be time to explore the idea of a sleep divorce.
  • 3 min read
With so much going on in the world, we’ve all had a few sleepless nights. The CDC recommends that adults need seven to nine hours of sleep per night to maintain a healthy lifestyle. However, that is unfortunately not the case for the average American – in 2022, 35.2% of all adults in the U.S. reported sleeping less than seven hours per night.
  • 4 min read
Colors are wonderful descriptive analogies because they exist along a spectrum with the violet and blue end having the opposite quality as the red and orange end. Temperature intuitively fits into the color spectrum, with warm reds and cool blues.
  • 6 min read
Many of us have never been quite clear why daylight saving time (DST) exists, and have only been aware of the very abrupt schedule change. Like moving from one time zone to another, it seems to take days or even a week to fully adjust to changing everything by one hour.
  • 6 min read
Hi! I’m Lauren, a pediatric sleep consultant with over 8 years in the sleep biz. And if there is one thing I love doing, it’s helping babies, toddlers, AND their parents discover the simple way to snag better sleep without all the messy details.
  • 4 min read
The Global Day of Unplugging is about understanding how technology influences our daily lives by taking a full day to abstain from using technology like smartphones. Most of us remember a time when everyone did not have the entire internet in their pocket, and have had to navigate the extremely rapid adoption of these devices and all of the good and bad information they feed us.
  • 6 min read
Whether your home decor taste veers toward minimalist chic or maximalist color explosion, candles can be the perfect accent to enhance the personality of any room. But once you find a candle you love, you face the all-important question: to burn or not to burn?
  • 3 min read

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