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Once upon a time, buying a mattress was quite simple and easy. There were only a few options on the market, only 3 feels available – soft, medium and firm, and the only variable was the price. I don’t know if the mattress buying process was easier back then or if we as consumers just didn’t know much about mattresses and just accepted what the sales people would tell us.
Are you starting to feel like your life is on a constant repeat? So you wake up every day, more tired than the day before, manage to make your coffee, work for a full 8 hours, eat and then your back in bed ready to repeat this whole process again. But is that really living? Shouldn’t we be working to live, not living to work? If you’re like thousands of Australians out there you may be blaming this process on working too hard or trying to pack too much in your day. But what if there was another answer?One that won’t use the excuse “there’s just not enough hours in the day”
Let’s be honest, we all love pillows. We have them in our lounge rooms and we like to cover our entire bed in them. They are so fluffy and stylish and they can really brighten up a room. And yes decorative pillows are supposed to do just that. But what about the pillows we sleep on? They aren’t there for decoration or to fill up space at the top of the bed. They are there to support us. So would you support your pillow if it wasn’t supporting you?
A very proud moment that almost all parents enjoy is the time they upgrade their nursery into a big kid’s room. It’s that time when their little one has grown up so much, so fast, that they don’t fit into their tiny cot anymore. They then reminisce about the time they brought their child home from the hospital, so small and innocent. And when they laid them down in their cots for the first time, there was just so much space around the baby that the possibility of them growing too big for it seemed almost impossible.
Whether you have a toddler, young child or a teenager, getting kids to sleep is often the biggest battle parents face every night. In all the parenting books, this is the topic that offers over 100 techniques and ends up confusing us all.