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Designing a Multi-Generational Home

As multi-generational living arrangements increase, many people look to design to help them understand how everyone can live in harmony under one roof. Interview with This Old House designer. We recently had the privilege of working with “This Old House” to outfit all the bedrooms of their 2017 Idea House in Rhode Island with Sleep…

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Why You Need To Go To Bed Early Tonight

Below includes original editorial content from The Huffington Post. To a surprising, and almost humiliating extent, some of the gravest problems we face during a day can be traced back to a brutally simple fact: that we have not had enough sleep the night before. The idea sounds profoundly offensive. There are surely greater issues…

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How Sleep Can Help You Get Along With Your Boss

Your professional relationship with your boss can make or break work. To improve it, get enough shuteye. TracyAnne, a PR Consultant, has been working 20 hours days the last week. The other day she got into a verbal argument with the head of her division, who speaks a different language. “While my argument was sound,…

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3 Ways to a Perfect Sleep Score of 100

Is a perfect sleep score possible?  Turns out, yes.  We dug into the main ways Sleep Number® bed owners with SleepIQ® technology are scoring perfect 100s in their sleep scores. How much sleep should you get? That is one of the most common sleep questions. Early or late, the QUALITY of your sleep matters most.…

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Sleep Horoscope: Zodiac Soothe You to Sleep?

What your zodiac sign says about your sleep horoscope. Whether you read your horoscope daily or think astrology is too far out, your zodiac sign might shine some light onto your sleep needs. Sleep Number spoke with Rachel Lang, an astrologer certified by the American Federation of Astrologers, who consults with individuals, businesses and corporations…

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Beginners Guide to Houseplants

You don’t have to have a green thumb to reap the benefits of houseplants in your home. A how-to checklist to get you started. Bringing nature indoors can clean your air, improve your health, relax you and even help you sleep. NASA scientists discovered this when they investigated how to clean the air on their…

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Yoga for Stress Relief – 3 Things that Happen When You Channel Your Inner Zen

Brought to you by wellness expert, fitness instructor, and featured guest blogger, Jasmine Madson. You’ve heard about it, read about it, maybe even experienced it, but have you ever wondered why yoga is so effective at reducing stress? Here are three things that happen when you channel your inner zen: Nervous system balancing Controlled, deep…

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Mental Health and The Effects of Social Media – A Multi-Platinum Songwriter Reflects

Social media is becoming one of the most powerful platforms in our world today. However when you utilize social media, think of these questions – Does it define your self-worth? Are you able to separate the negative from the positive? Is social media a platform where you can make a positive impact on someone’s life? A multi-platinum songwriter chats with…

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Highs & Lowes of Entrepreneurship: Sean + Catherine Lowe Tell All

Sean & Catherine Lowe are more than former Bachelor reality TV stars. They’re passionate entrepreneurs, new parents, and beloved social media stars. #PowerCouple. However, we think the most impressive item on their resumes is the fact that they’ve found a way to actually balance career + family. The elusive, northern light for so many of…

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Bedtime Reading Recos to Fall Asleep

Bedtime stories aren’t just for kids. The next time you have trouble falling asleep, consider picking up a book. Time to learn about bibliotherapy. “Reading can be very soothing and transport us to another time and place,” says social worker and poetry therapist Sherry Reiter, director of The Creative Righting Center in Brooklyn. “The book…

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