The million-dollar question used to be, “How little sleep can I get away with?” In a world of multitasking and overachieving, we struggle to figure out just how “little” sleep we need to still function with “good enough”clarity of mind. Good enough clarity to get our job done, care for our family or even drive responsibly. How little sleep is needed to still function?
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Have you found your Happsy Place?
Find a way to better, healthier sleep or risk long-term effects
Everyone has their own personal happy place. Maybe it’s your laptop and a cappuccino at your favorite coffeehouse, or in your workshop at home, or even neck deep in a tub full of bubbles with the door locked. Wherever it is, your happy place is the one spot where you can escape from the world, even if it’s only for a couple of minutes.
Lots of things are contagious, especially smiles and positivity. In the New Year, let’s make resolutions to be our best selves … and to spread cheer wherever we go. Let’s partner with each other to make the world a happier place!
As people seek to live healthier, more environmentally-friendly lifestyles, more mattress shoppers are considering organic. But you might be asking yourself, is an organic mattress really worth the extra cost? In this blog post, we’re breaking down the top 10 reasons to sleep organic (and how Happsy is helping to make it more affordable).
We all try to get enough sleep, but in the midst of the weekly grind, that can be easier said than done. The good news is, there are a handful of helpful tips and tricks you can try to sleep deeper and wake happier. Whether you need help dozing off, staying asleep or getting out of bed in the morning, these work-week sleep tips can help make it happen.
At Happsy, we’re not into coating, covering, soaking or wrapping our mattresses in harmful chemicals. We particularly dislike flame retardant chemicals, the culprits behind all sorts of health and developmental issues.
So, you might be asking yourself, does the lack of flame retardants make a mattress more flammable? Good question. The answer, by the way, is no.