Now, let’s go back in time and walk you through some of the classics that touch on all things related to sleep, like dreams, beds, nightmares, etc. Throw on a pair of headphones, sprawl across your pillowy OkiOki (don’t forget your OkiPillow), and pretend like you’re in Almost Famous, listening to an expertly curated vinyl selection handed down by your painfully cool older sibling.
Let’s face it: we’re all spending a bit more time on our couches these days. Even those of us who might have judged the couch potato lifestyle pre-quarantine have probably logged more couch time recently than we’d like to admit. So, why not make the most of the situation by using this as the perfect excuse to get a new couch? You have our permission. To help you on your journey toward a new and improved sofa, we’ve rounded up some of the most Pinterest-worthy couches on the market right now. Check out these stunning sofas from your favorite brands and see how they stack up!
Sleep is essential, even if your demanding boss doesn’t agree. The most important investment you can make in your sleep is a quality mattress. The second most important one is your pillow. Choosing the right pillow will help you sleep more soundly, ensuring you always wake up on the right side of the bed. With that being said, let’s have some pillow talk, Oki?
We’ve combed through folklore, psychology papers, and the deepest corners of the interwebs to find out the meaning behind some of the most common dreams. While there are conflicting theories about the symbolism behind them, we can all agree on one thing- there’s no sweeter relief than waking up and realizing you aren’t actually standing naked in front of your whole 10th-grade class.
A mattress protector is the best thing you never knew you needed, Oki? For those of you who know, you know, but for everyone else, let us explain.
Like so many other aspects of our well-being, certain nutrients are especially important when it comes to sleep. While you may have heard that it’s not the best to eat right before you go to sleep, if you’re feeling peckish, it’s not a bad idea to have a little snack. Just pick one of these 25 best foods for sleep that are filled with micro and macronutrients that are helpful for promoting sleep. If you’re someone who doesn’t like to sleep on a full stomach, you can incorporate some of these ingredients into your dinner to get the nutrients working while you unwind for the night.