Wednesday, February 13, 2019

If You're Bedroom Isn't Comfortable, Then What On Earth Is It?


There are few universal truths to this world, aside from maybe the laws of mathematic and physics. Everything seems like it has some form of perspective, some new opinion, or some new innovation ready to completely topple the status quo. Even the most solid science is named a ‘theory,’ because something could always happen to disprove it. It’s amazing how far humans have come since the dawn of their existence by relying on that which could seemingly change at any moment. At one time, the Earth was considered the centre of the universe.

But one universal truth is always going to remain. It likely remains from galaxy to galaxy, from here to whatever strange civilizations are out there. The final, most obvious truth… is that a bedroom needs to be comfortable. There are no ifs, and or buts here. A bedroom isn’t a bedroom unless it helps you relax at night, take a load off and sink into your security. Without that, it’s just a room you lay down in.

If your bedroom isn’t comfortable, then what on Earth is it? We don’t want to know. But we do want to know how to help a bedroom become the most comfortable for anyone, to help nourish them and help them feel like the world is alright after all. We’d also like to share that information with you. Without further ado:

The Pillows

The pillow is one of the most important features of a bed. You’ll rest your head here for one third of your day every day, so it’s essential that they’re well-made. You needn’t spend hundreds of dollars on a good pillow, but it can help to buy quality. Memory foam options can often help your head rest comfortably, while also supporting your neck as it should be supported. Many people make the mistake of placing too many pillows on their bed, and sleeping with their neck elevated to too high a degree. If you can get used to it, sleeping using one quality pillow aside from two medium-sized ones can help your spine align with your body much more, especially if you sleep on your back.

You’ll truly feel the difference with a great pillow, so check yours now, and don’t be afraid to make changes.

The Bedsheets

The bedsheets are one of the most important features of a bed. The bedsheets should ideally be washed weekly, and of quality material. Quality material bed sheets can help you feel comfortable and supported, but also clean and comfortable. Good material matters. You can go very cheap here, or you can purchase pure silk. The best is whatever feels ventilated and light. You can always add blankets, but make sure they’re quality. Sometimes blankets with a little weight to them can help you feel secure, and that’s been proven to give you a better nights sleep. Invest in your bedsheets appropriately, and you’ll truly thank yourself.

The Mattress

The mattress is one of the most important features of a bed. It’s essential to purchase one perfect for your sleeping needs. Memory foam mattresses are often the most universally comfortable, but some prefer hard to soft mattresses. Whatever supports you is the most appropriate, and this might change depending on if you’re injured, suffering with a long term physical or posture issue, or perhaps simply want to feel the most comfortable. Hard springs or dirty mattresses over time can be detrimental to your health, and it’s important to replace it to prevent bed bugs and a range of other issues.

The Conveniences

Your bedroom conveniences are one of the most important features of a bedroom. You’ve likely noticed that there are many important features of this room by now. They must all be taken into consideration. But bedside tables are perhaps the most convenient of conveniences you could implement. They will store your mugs of tea, your alarm clock or mobile phone, your home assistant, your books or e-readers and your bedside lamp. They should be as level with your bed as you can get them. They should be quality, because they’ll be carrying your nearest and dearest items, the items you want close to you as you sleep.

Conveniences also include the use of dimmer lights if you need them, or the storage utilized in your room to prevent things from feeling overcrowded and unnecessary. It all counts if you’re able, so be sure to look around the room and consider how you might make the best changes possible.

With these tips, your bedroom is sure to be the most comfortable place possible.

xxo
Kim

Home Repairs that will Become More Expensive if you Don’t Deal with Them

Home maintenance can be expensive. You may feel as though problems happen at the worst possible time, and that you might not have the money to deal with them. If you leave them however then you may find that the cost continues to increase and eventually it will get to the point where the value of your home decreases as a result.

Pests

Pests can literally eat away at your home. It doesn’t matter whether you have rats, termites or even bedbugs because if you leave the issue untreated then eventually it will get worse. If you are not sure if you have pests or not, then the first thing that you need to look out for is droppings. You may also hear scratching sounds at night, or within the walls. If you do, then this is a clear indicator that you have a problem. Contrary to popular belief, you should never try and deal with a pest problem yourself. If you set traps then you could end up with decaying insects or rodents underneath your home and this can cause you even more issues in the future. The only way for you to truly eradicate the problem would be for you to hire a pest control service.



Water Damage


Water damage is also another issue that you really need to stop from getting out of hand. One leak can easily turn into a full-blown repair if you do not get it fixed. You may find that you experience mould growth and even rot, and this can be a completely different repair. The best way for you to stop water damage from becoming too extensive would be for you to hire some reliable plumbers. When you do, they will fix the issue for you by using quality materials, which is far better than trying to do a quick fix yourself. They can also tell you where the water is coming from, which can also help to stop future issues.


Foundation Issues

If you start to see cracks in your walls or in your ceiling, then this could imply that you have a foundation issue. Foundation issues can be very expensive to repair, and if you do not get it done before you sell your home then you may not even be able to sell it at all. The secret to fixing any foundation issues you have is to get the repair done as soon as you possibly can. By doing this, you can then stop the problem before it worsens, and you can also prevent more structural damage to your home.

Roofing

Problems with the roof can include loose shingles, tiles or even structural damage. If you suspect this is the case then you need to look out for things like water patches, drips or even mould growth. Roof repairs are generally very simple to do, but as with most things, if you don’t get the problem sorted out quite early on then it can have a domino effect and cause even more issues around the home.

xxo
Kim

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