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Tuesday, September 28, 2010

It is a tested fact that lack of sleep effects weight gain and weight lose. Getting a good night sleep should be a priity. I think investing in a comfortable place to sleep is important, you spend a third of your life in your bed make it a good place to be. I am very frugal but I believe spending a little more on quality products for sleep is important. 100 percent cotton sheets, satine in the summer and flannel in the winter, heated mattress pad to warm up my bed before I get in it, king size bed, egg create foam pads, quality mattress and box spring and pleasant decor all help insure a good night sleep. I also have a fan and a sound machine that give me the sound of rain falling to fall asleep to, I dent allow food,tv or the computer in the bedroom. It is strictly for storing cloths , and sex. Try to make sleep a sound investment for you.
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    emoticon emoticon I couldn't agree more!
    3807 days ago
    I agree with your comment on your blog. It definitely helps to make your room and especially your bed as comfortable as possible. I know unconfortable pillows also affect sleep. I used to get stuff two pillows into one pillowcase thinking it would be comfortable to sleep in only to find out that it was affecting my neck and upper back, and frankly its not comfortable sleeping after all. As far as the rain soothing sounds, I love the sound of rain it is so relaxing. I know a slight chilly breeze in the spring, or near fall also helps me, and warm milk helps me before bed too. i don't remember what ingredient it has but it does help me wind down.
    3807 days ago
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