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How to choose the right bed sheets for you?

If we will all spend 25 years of our life in a bed, it might better be perfect. The choice of your linens should, therefore, not be done lightly, but how to find your way among all those fabrics?

 

Choosing quality linens can turn into a real headache. Here are our tips for investing the perfect bed sheets for you.

Hygge, a danish way of relaxing.

The hygge was born among our Danish friends a few years ago to describe an art of living combining simplicity, comfort and benevolence with a notion of warmth, both in terms of interior decoration than human behavior.

The concept has spread all over the world, and has brought in its wake other inspiring movements such as Japanese wabi-sabi, Swedish lagom and Scottish coorie. All have in common a reinterpretation of well-being that finds its roots in simplicity, authenticity, wholeness, return to nature, and comfort.

The wabi-sabi adding its paw on the side of imperfection highlighting the value of vintage things, the wear of time. The coorie insists on the source of well-being and the softness of its "cozy nest". Finally, lagom, a Swedish way of life, brings a touch of minimalism and eco-responsibility to the overall concept of small, simple pleasures that make you happy. Besides lagom translates both by the words "optimal" and "moderate".

Benefits of Bamboo Bed Sheets

This renewable and environmentally friendly material has been all the rage for the past few years, but why is it popular? Here is some info about it. The most common fabric in the mattress and bedding industry today is still cotton. Sometimes it can be 400 thread count Egyptian cotton, and sometimes it can be rough, low-quality cotton.

5 ways to refresh your interior

You don't have to be an interior decorating expert to spruce up your home. With the right basics, giving your decor a facelift is quite possible. Diverting the main functions of objects, focusing on DIY, painting old furniture or changing the decorative elements are solutions to achieve this.

What happens when we sleep?

Each year, we spend an average of 118 days sleeping. We do not necessarily realize it, but our body remains active even when we sleep. During the night, our temperature, breathing, brain, heart and muscle activity, and hormone production vary with each phase of sleep. Here are the 5 successive phases: falling asleep, light slow sleep, deep slow sleep, REM sleep and the awakening.

Tidy Your Room Like Marie Kondo

Marie Kondo's techniques have been proven to cleverly organize every room in the house. Also called the Konmari method, these different easy-to-apply techniques keep your interior tidy and tidy. To this end, specific rules should be followed. Complete file concerning this magic of tidying up to organize your room.

Hiking, accessible to all and full of health benefits

Accessible to all, hiking is a simple exercise, yet so effective and enjoyable! It allows us to fight against a sedentary lifestyle, to preserve our muscle mass and to occupy our mind. Its effectiveness is even better if coupled with a good diet. Let’s analyse the immense benefits of this incredible activity everyone should practice.

4 Most Efficient Indoor Plants For Every Household

Indoor plants are crucial for a healthy household and a complete peace of mind. They will highly improve your breathing comfort. Indeed, the most water-hungry, return 95% of their watering in the form of vapour allowing good humidification of your home by effectively combating the negative effects of air conditioning. Most of these purifying plants absorb fumes from cleaning products and even carbon monoxide. However, good ventilation is also indispensable to renew your indoor air.

Effects of caffeine on our sleep

What happens to our body when we drink coffee, what effects does caffeine have on our sleep, how to consume coffee properly in case of fatigue ... Discover all the answers to the questions that the we are wondering about the oldest energy drink.

 

Benefits of keeping a journal

Do you ever feel lost, not being able to take a step back from difficult situations, have feelings such as anger, sadness or fear within you but cannot let go of them? If the answer is yes, journaling has been shown to help you manage your emotions and feel better in a number of ways.