The first 30 days of life with your new mattress can be stressful on your body as well. A new mattress can have a break-in period that makes it feel different than the one you may have tried on the showroom floor, or be different than the one you read about online. The mattress can feel different than your last mattress, making it unfamiliar to your body and thus uncomfortable. It can also provide proper support while your old mattress had broken down and lost its ability to support your back properly, making the new bed cause some discomfort.
Everyone loves popular storybook heroes and heroines. If you're looking to redo your child's bedroom, chances are he or she wants a theme that includes a favorite character or movie. Creating a room your child adores while remaining functional and practical can be difficult, but that doesn't mean you need to deck the room out in tacky murals, decals or organic bedding. Instead, embrace your child's desired theme and deliver a room that is both playful and versatile, perfect for now and easy to change up in the future.
It was drilled into as a kid; "Make your bed!" But did you ever stop to think why we were supposed to make our bed? Making your bed is great for aesthetics, but not necessarily the healthiest thing to do all the time. Always making your bed can actually be a bad thing!
"The Made in America Movement" movie is a sobering reminder as we debate this election season on the economy that most of what we consume in this country originated in another country. Simply put, we are consuming ourselves into oblivion. July 20th, 2012, I was asked to leave the company I was working for, and I was really at a crossroads about what I wanted to do. There were a few job offers on the table, and as I went through the interview process, I realized I did not want to put my ability to make a living in someone else's hands again.
Shopping for the Best Priced Mattress in San Francisco, or any town, can be a bit of a daunting task, as there is no uniform pricing for mattresses...
Some of the best selling mattresses are also the poorest quality mattresses available on the market, and the more prevalent in most stores you find mattresses for sale. If you doubt that statement, go to SleepLikeTheDead.com and look at the overall owner's satisfaction chart. The bottom of the chart are occupied by the biggest names available. These companies make beds to wear out quickly so they are their retail partners can get you back in the store after just a few years.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) conducted a survey concerning neck pain, back pain and migraines—their findings were some...