Upon occasion, there is a straw that breaks the camel's back, and I find myself on the verge of a meltdown. Often it's a very silly straw. Usually it has to do with some "first world problem" like the fact that the coffee I was REALLY looking forward to was made not quite the
It's January. That means it's all too easy to tell yourself, "THIS is the year I'm going to conquer everything, get incredibly fit, quit all of my bad habits, and be everything to everyone... while also finally incorporating yoga, meditation, and mindful "me" time into my
I spend a lot of time thinking about sleep. It's my job. And beyond that, I'm a true believer: I went from not sleeping very well and dismissing it with an "I guess it's just the way I am, and I'm not really interested in taking sleeping pills" to appreciating the delicious
Have you ever noticed that any time you need to wake up early for something, it becomes impossible to fall asleep? It seems the more you need to get to bed early and fall asleep promptly in order to rest up for something “big,” the less your body wants to accommodate.
In our last blog post, we highlighted what we think is the key to keeping your cool while traveling: sleep. To this end, one of the tools we recommend is a white noise machine.
But when it comes to travel, all machines are not created equal. Here are a few factors to
You know the type… they breeze through the airport, never ever running to catch a flight or looking close to tears at the back of the long security line. They manage to look effortlessly chic yet casual, like they rolled out of bed with a relaxed sense of purpose. They
The holidays (aka Houseguest Season) can be a stressful time for anyone. It doesn’t matter how much you love your mother-in-law or how absolutely adorable your cousin’s little munchkins are – sharing space is hard, especially when it’s yours. Our suggestion: when it comes
The best white noise is similar to the best diet or the best kind of exercise – basically, it’s whatever works best for you. That being said, we’ve learned a thing or two in over fifty years of listening to sound machines (and listening to our customers!), so here are a few