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It’s Time for Bed: Resetting Your Nighttime Routine

We all know opposites attract, but how well do they sleep at night? If you currently share your bed with a living, breathing being, you can commiserate. One person is too hot, the other too cold. Throw two kids, a 60 lb. yellow lab, and demanding work schedules into the mix and you can imagine…

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DIY Bedroom Terrariums

“Terrariums are super-easy to make and incredibly low maintenance,” Peggy Wang writes on BuzzFeed. You’ll need a glass container, pebbles or rocks to cover the bottom, activated charcoal to prevent mold, a layer of potting soil, and the plant(s). Plants in the bedroom can improve air quality and health, according to Sleep Number’s The Beginner’s…

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Love Game Qs to Ask Your Partner: Sean & Catherine Lowe Share Theirs

Who wakes up first in the morning? Who’s the most likely to wake up grumpy in the morning? Who will be the first to fall asleep tonight? Who steals the cover’s more? Who gets better SleepIQ® technology scores in the Sleep Number bed? Who snores louder? Who’s the bigger risk taker? Who takes the longer…

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3 World Stage Movies to Watch in Bed

“Miracle:” In the 1980 Winter World Stage in Lake Placid, New York, many people didn’t think the young U.S. men’s hockey team could defeat the dominant Soviets—except for Herb Brooks, the team’s head coach, played by Kurt Russell in this 2004 docudrama. The movie depicts the formation, struggles and shocking victory of the U.S. men’s…

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Chat with HGTV® Dream Home Designer, Brian Patrick Flynn

How many HGTV homes have you designed? 2018 is the 22nd annual HGTV® Dream Home. I’m the interior designer of eight different HGTV homes so far.   You describe using “livable modernism” design in this year’s HGTV Dream Home 2018. What does that mean? Livable modernism is surrounding yourself with things that are necessary, but…

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Colors and Mood: The Hidden Power Room Color Has on Mood

Chelsea, a small business owner, paints the walls of her studio green.   “I find it very soothing,” she says. She also dots the space with plants. “Having that greenery invokes a sense of nature and has a calming effect.”   Mood and color psychology research finds the colors of your surroundings impact your emotions…

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Book Club: Holiday Gift Recommendations from Sleep Number Team Members

Three Sleep Number team members share recommendations of books to give as gifts. These books evoke nostalgia, love, and fantasy for adults and kids. What type of books do you love to read? To gift? We hope these picks pull at your reading heartstrings, and spark some helpful gifting ideas.   The St. Paul Stories…

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Reasons You Should/nt DIY

The smell of pumpkin spice lattes and Michael Bublé music in the air means the holidays are here and the coming weeks will be joyfully (and stressfully) filled with food comas, shopping, and family.   These hectic times can bring out the best and worst in us all. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed when we…

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Book Club: DIY Books to Improve Your Home and Career

Loveable Liveable Home   Erin R., Social Content Specialist    What is Loveable Liveable Home about?   It’s a New York Times best seller about a couple who share their tips and tricks on how to make your home stylish and functional. Tips range anywhere from kids to pets, and entertaining your guests. I liked…

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Designing a Multi-Generational Home

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 Number beds.  This newly constructed house offers a new inspirational layout designed with multi-generational living at the forefront, to comfortably facilitate aging in place. The result is a home…

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Houseplants Will Supercharge Your Sleep

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 space stations. Their Clean Air Study found that certain plants remove pollutants like benzene, formaldehyde, and trichloroethylene, xylene, and ammonia from the air—chemicals…

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