If you’re female and feeling sleep deprived, you’re in good company. There have been a few articles written of late discussing this topic as well as some suggestions as to how to combat it: The Huffington Post’s Sleep Challenge 2010; Naomi Wolf’s “Sleep is a Feminist Issue;” Lisa Belkin’s “Why Woman Don’t Get Enough Sleep;” and this Times Online article, written by Professor Jim Horne, that explains how women need 20 more minutes of sleep than men, but aren’t getting it. What are your thoughts? Is society demanding that we give up our zz’s? Or are women doing this to themselves?
Brooke has been a bonafide bedding snob since 2002 & has learned the pleasure of sleeping on truly fabulous sheets. In her spare time she bakes copious amounts of yummy, not-so-good-for-you food; reminisces about how she used to have lots of spare time for reading; & does her best to keep her 3-year old, tiny-dictator-of-a-son away from certain danger.
Great post! I completely agree that exercise makes for a better night's sleep!Nastasha on: Exercise for Better Sleep Quality
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Getting sleep gift for this Christmas is the only gifts that I can think of! I am a big fan of sleep. I always try to get good amount of sleep, especially night sleep. And yes just like you said high quality sleep have major health benefits, so sleep gift is certainly the best! Thank you for the list of inspiration of this cute gifts!Sammy Kim on: Best Sleep Gifts of 2016