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Have you been thinking about doing something a little different with your life lately? Or have you found yourself not quite feeling the same over these last few months? If either of these options is the case for you, then you might want to consider changing your path in order to live your best life. You might not be sure how you can start this process, but I have come up with a few ideas for you. So, keep reading if you are interested in finding out how changing your path might lead you into your very best life.


A New Career

The first thing that you might want to think about is changing up your career. If you are stuck in a job that you don't like, there are ways that you can change this. Start applying for new jobs that you haven't tried, and might be a little out of your comfort zone. Many people don't do this even if they want to because they think that no employment will hire them. A lot of people looking for new staff offer training, and even those who don't sometimes take a chance on a candidate who has applied for their business if they think they could be an asset. Taking the shot is always going to be better than wondering what if.

Further Education

Or, you might want to think about getting some more education. You are never too old to learn something new and that is something that you should always remember. Expanding your horizons and going back to education is a great idea if you are looking for a new direction in life. Institutions like city college London have some great programs that you can study! There is no reason for you not to take this chance if you want to learn something, never let fear stop you from taking on a challenge. You never know, it could be what you were born to do!

Travel The World

Have you ever had the opportunity to travel the world? Do you want to? A lot of the time we are brought down by the things that we cannot do, but if you are looking for a new direction to take your life in then, this could be the way forward. Experience some of the things that other countries have to offer, their culture, their food, their way of life and so on. It is something that not many people get to do, and it would be an amazing experience!

I hope that you have found this article helpful, and now have a few ideas regarding how you can change your path to lead to your new best life!

x

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Brighton, UK

Thinking Of Changing Your Path?

Have you been thinking about doing something a little different with your life lately? Or have you found yourself not quite feeling the same over these last few months? If either of these options is the case for you, then you might want to consider changing your path in order to live your best life. You might not be sure how you can start this process, but I have come up with a few ideas for you. So, keep reading if you are interested in finding out how changing your path might lead you into your very best life.


A New Career

The first thing that you might want to think about is changing up your career. If you are stuck in a job that you don't like, there are ways that you can change this. Start applying for new jobs that you haven't tried, and might be a little out of your comfort zone. Many people don't do this even if they want to because they think that no employment will hire them. A lot of people looking for new staff offer training, and even those who don't sometimes take a chance on a candidate who has applied for their business if they think they could be an asset. Taking the shot is always going to be better than wondering what if.

Further Education

Or, you might want to think about getting some more education. You are never too old to learn something new and that is something that you should always remember. Expanding your horizons and going back to education is a great idea if you are looking for a new direction in life. Institutions like city college London have some great programs that you can study! There is no reason for you not to take this chance if you want to learn something, never let fear stop you from taking on a challenge. You never know, it could be what you were born to do!

Travel The World

Have you ever had the opportunity to travel the world? Do you want to? A lot of the time we are brought down by the things that we cannot do, but if you are looking for a new direction to take your life in then, this could be the way forward. Experience some of the things that other countries have to offer, their culture, their food, their way of life and so on. It is something that not many people get to do, and it would be an amazing experience!

I hope that you have found this article helpful, and now have a few ideas regarding how you can change your path to lead to your new best life!

x

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I spent my Sunday creating beautiful, vegan beauty products, including a plumping lip balm, a leave-in conditioner, a lip scrub, an anti-cellulite body scrub and a body butter, with my mum and sister thanks to Midas Touch Crafts


My mum is a Groupon addict. She is literally obsessed. Massages, workshops, eating out, cocktails, cinema nights, health plans, products for the home, hairdressers, nails - you name it - she's bought it from Groupon. Groupon has so many amazing deals for experiences and products and I think my mum has converted me to become obsessed too. Also I'd like to add this is not a sponsored post at all, what with the new sponsored post guidelines and all... I just really like Groupon haha. 

Anyway a while back for my sister Nancy's birthday, my mum treated her to tickets for a Natural Beauty Products Workshop with Midas Touch Crafts from Groupon. As I was home for the weekend from University, I tagged along too and I was so happy I did. 

Midas Touch Crafts describes themselves as...

"...combining the fun of crafting with mindfulness and socializing - the difference that difference makes..."


The workshop is available to attend in several locations including Southwark, Hampstead and Beckenham (London). Midas Touch Crafts is a non-profit organisation, and the price of the workshops are so affordable and brilliant value for money. The money you spend on the tickets goes towards the resources and ingredients needed, and the rest goes to charity. Naz Midas is the owner of Midas Touch Crafts. She is so fun, bubbly and full of knowledge which makes the class so enjoyable. 


We arrived 5 minutes early for the workshop and were welcomed into the hall. Tables and chairs were set up with all the ingredients and products we needed, and we sat down and met some others who were seated at our table. The workshops are a lovely way to meet and socialise with new people. 


After an introductory talk we were told to help ourselves to coffee, tea, biscuits, fruit, chocolate and Krispy Kreme doughnuts provided at the side of the hall, and all proceeds go to charity. We grabbed a coffee and some fruit, and we were ready to get crafting. 


Naz spoke to us about the importance of natural products, and each ingredient's benefits and uses was discussed. This was so interesting to hear and I was blown away by how some simple, everyday, ingredients can be used to make amazing natural beauty products. 

The first product we made was a plumping lip balm. We were given a choice on how we wanted the balm to turn out. Whether we wanted to add certain ingredients to make a shiny or matte balm, or even add some ingredients to give the balm a plumping quality. I decided to use ground cacao nibs as my flavouring and coconut oil - so ultimately I created a bounty flavoured lip balm. The wax used was Soya Wax which holds fragrance and flavour incredibly well - it's natural and has a smooth consistency too. Overall my lip balm came out so well - I was so happy. The lip balm tastes amazing and feels incredibly moisturising, plus I can feel the plumping quality!


The next product we made was a lip scrub. To pair up with the previous lip balm I had made, I used ground cacao nibs as my flavouring. 

We also made a leave-in conditioner, a body butter and an anti-cellulite body scrub.



All of the products came out so well, I was so impressed. Clearly Naz's expertise, knowledge and recipes are well put together and are so easy to understand and follow.

After the workshop we were able to take all of our products that we'd made home to use and enjoy. Naz also ensured an email was sent out containing all of the information we'd heard during the day, plus some extra beauty product recipes to try at home.

After the workshop, my sister, mum and I walked around Borough Market and London Bridge for a while. We had lunch in Nando's (standard) and had a look in a few shops before coming home.






I had such a lovely Sunday and I would certainly recommend for anyone to have a go at one of the Midas Touch Crafts Workshops. There are so many different workshops available, and I would love to complete another one soon.


x



London Bridge, London

Natural & Vegan Beauty Products Workshop | Midas Touch Crafts

I spent my Sunday creating beautiful, vegan beauty products, including a plumping lip balm, a leave-in conditioner, a lip scrub, an anti-cellulite body scrub and a body butter, with my mum and sister thanks to Midas Touch Crafts


My mum is a Groupon addict. She is literally obsessed. Massages, workshops, eating out, cocktails, cinema nights, health plans, products for the home, hairdressers, nails - you name it - she's bought it from Groupon. Groupon has so many amazing deals for experiences and products and I think my mum has converted me to become obsessed too. Also I'd like to add this is not a sponsored post at all, what with the new sponsored post guidelines and all... I just really like Groupon haha. 

Anyway a while back for my sister Nancy's birthday, my mum treated her to tickets for a Natural Beauty Products Workshop with Midas Touch Crafts from Groupon. As I was home for the weekend from University, I tagged along too and I was so happy I did. 

Midas Touch Crafts describes themselves as...

"...combining the fun of crafting with mindfulness and socializing - the difference that difference makes..."


The workshop is available to attend in several locations including Southwark, Hampstead and Beckenham (London). Midas Touch Crafts is a non-profit organisation, and the price of the workshops are so affordable and brilliant value for money. The money you spend on the tickets goes towards the resources and ingredients needed, and the rest goes to charity. Naz Midas is the owner of Midas Touch Crafts. She is so fun, bubbly and full of knowledge which makes the class so enjoyable. 


We arrived 5 minutes early for the workshop and were welcomed into the hall. Tables and chairs were set up with all the ingredients and products we needed, and we sat down and met some others who were seated at our table. The workshops are a lovely way to meet and socialise with new people. 


After an introductory talk we were told to help ourselves to coffee, tea, biscuits, fruit, chocolate and Krispy Kreme doughnuts provided at the side of the hall, and all proceeds go to charity. We grabbed a coffee and some fruit, and we were ready to get crafting. 


Naz spoke to us about the importance of natural products, and each ingredient's benefits and uses was discussed. This was so interesting to hear and I was blown away by how some simple, everyday, ingredients can be used to make amazing natural beauty products. 

The first product we made was a plumping lip balm. We were given a choice on how we wanted the balm to turn out. Whether we wanted to add certain ingredients to make a shiny or matte balm, or even add some ingredients to give the balm a plumping quality. I decided to use ground cacao nibs as my flavouring and coconut oil - so ultimately I created a bounty flavoured lip balm. The wax used was Soya Wax which holds fragrance and flavour incredibly well - it's natural and has a smooth consistency too. Overall my lip balm came out so well - I was so happy. The lip balm tastes amazing and feels incredibly moisturising, plus I can feel the plumping quality!


The next product we made was a lip scrub. To pair up with the previous lip balm I had made, I used ground cacao nibs as my flavouring. 

We also made a leave-in conditioner, a body butter and an anti-cellulite body scrub.



All of the products came out so well, I was so impressed. Clearly Naz's expertise, knowledge and recipes are well put together and are so easy to understand and follow.

After the workshop we were able to take all of our products that we'd made home to use and enjoy. Naz also ensured an email was sent out containing all of the information we'd heard during the day, plus some extra beauty product recipes to try at home.

After the workshop, my sister, mum and I walked around Borough Market and London Bridge for a while. We had lunch in Nando's (standard) and had a look in a few shops before coming home.






I had such a lovely Sunday and I would certainly recommend for anyone to have a go at one of the Midas Touch Crafts Workshops. There are so many different workshops available, and I would love to complete another one soon.


x



You don't have to have reached a certain age to create a bucket list, in fact if you haven't settled down into a job you love or have a family to keep you static, then now is great time to start ticking things off that list.


Whatever you've written on there we'd take a bet that travel is one of those things that features high up that list. You could go anywhere in the world, so where should you start? Obviously, you'll begin by reviewing some of the travel experiences and recommendations of your favourite lifestyle bloggers but after that, the world's your oyster. If you're determined to see a little more of the world but aren't sure where to begin, we have a guide to get you going. 

Cast your mind back to your school days. Were you one of those lucky students that got to go on a school trip to Russia or skiing in the French Alps? How about revisiting one of those countries and see how much has changed or how your skiing has improved? If the cold and snow of these two destinations doesn't appeal, then consider starting your global odyssey in somewhere like South East Asia. Starting in Singapore and then heading off out to places like Bangkok in Thailand, Hanoi in Vietnam and the beautiful Melaka in Malaysia.

Head South

With Singapore as your half way point you can then continue onwards to the Southern Hemisphere and hang out in Australia and New Zealand for a while, picking up a car and travelling across country. At the point, if your finances are running a bit low, you'll be able to find some work fruit picking or other jobs that are open to travellers visiting the country.

Once you're fully saved up, it's time to say goodbye to Australia and head back to Europe via a stopover in Jakarta, Indonesia.

Europe-bound

Where to start om Europe? How about at the top and work down? Start with the stunningly beautiful Norway and then decide whether you want to head into central countries or explore the likes of the Ukraine and Belarus. Heading down through Denmark and into Germany, spend a few days in Berlin visiting the amazing museums before heading into France to soak up some Parisian culture and of course take a trip to The Louvre, Champs Elysee and stunning Eiffel Tower.

Make Italy your next stop. This stunning country varies in character from region to region. Work your way to Florence for the architecture and art, and then back up the east coast and hop on a ferry over to the Croatia peninsula. 

If you're running out of time, zig-zag over to Spain and spend a day or two in Madrid before you decide to press on towards Morocco or spend a few more days in neighbouring Portugal. 

Opting for Morocco you'll love the buzz and feel of the markets and the people and enjoy soaking up the culture of this North African city. If you can tear yourself away, then make your next stop Eygpt. Though so many of the artefacts have been lost or robbed in recent years, you'll still be able to take a tour around the Valley of The Kings and be wowed by the powerful River Nile and ancient city of Alexandria.

Why not make the last leg of your tour one to remember with some pampering, shopping and luxury courtesy of Dubai? Head over to this city in the sand for malls, the world's tallest building and all the beaches and sea you could want.

Check into one of the exquisite hotels and take in some of the breath-taking cultural events and shows that Dubai has to offer its tourists.

Then maybe, just maybe, it's time to head home. What a few months you've had and squeezed in so much. From the place where the ancient rulers of Egypt were buried to the amazing street food culture of Jonker Street in Melaka, you've seen it and done it all.

That bucket list has taken a serious beating but there's plenty more to see and do. It's time to get planning again and figure out what's next. Will it be another world tour or was there a country you fell in love with and would love to go back and work in? Perhaps it's time to settle down and get a pet, whatever you do next, make it amazing and don't let anything hold you back.

x

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Brighton, UK

Time To Travel

You don't have to have reached a certain age to create a bucket list, in fact if you haven't settled down into a job you love or have a family to keep you static, then now is great time to start ticking things off that list.


Whatever you've written on there we'd take a bet that travel is one of those things that features high up that list. You could go anywhere in the world, so where should you start? Obviously, you'll begin by reviewing some of the travel experiences and recommendations of your favourite lifestyle bloggers but after that, the world's your oyster. If you're determined to see a little more of the world but aren't sure where to begin, we have a guide to get you going. 

Cast your mind back to your school days. Were you one of those lucky students that got to go on a school trip to Russia or skiing in the French Alps? How about revisiting one of those countries and see how much has changed or how your skiing has improved? If the cold and snow of these two destinations doesn't appeal, then consider starting your global odyssey in somewhere like South East Asia. Starting in Singapore and then heading off out to places like Bangkok in Thailand, Hanoi in Vietnam and the beautiful Melaka in Malaysia.

Head South

With Singapore as your half way point you can then continue onwards to the Southern Hemisphere and hang out in Australia and New Zealand for a while, picking up a car and travelling across country. At the point, if your finances are running a bit low, you'll be able to find some work fruit picking or other jobs that are open to travellers visiting the country.

Once you're fully saved up, it's time to say goodbye to Australia and head back to Europe via a stopover in Jakarta, Indonesia.

Europe-bound

Where to start om Europe? How about at the top and work down? Start with the stunningly beautiful Norway and then decide whether you want to head into central countries or explore the likes of the Ukraine and Belarus. Heading down through Denmark and into Germany, spend a few days in Berlin visiting the amazing museums before heading into France to soak up some Parisian culture and of course take a trip to The Louvre, Champs Elysee and stunning Eiffel Tower.

Make Italy your next stop. This stunning country varies in character from region to region. Work your way to Florence for the architecture and art, and then back up the east coast and hop on a ferry over to the Croatia peninsula. 

If you're running out of time, zig-zag over to Spain and spend a day or two in Madrid before you decide to press on towards Morocco or spend a few more days in neighbouring Portugal. 

Opting for Morocco you'll love the buzz and feel of the markets and the people and enjoy soaking up the culture of this North African city. If you can tear yourself away, then make your next stop Eygpt. Though so many of the artefacts have been lost or robbed in recent years, you'll still be able to take a tour around the Valley of The Kings and be wowed by the powerful River Nile and ancient city of Alexandria.

Why not make the last leg of your tour one to remember with some pampering, shopping and luxury courtesy of Dubai? Head over to this city in the sand for malls, the world's tallest building and all the beaches and sea you could want.

Check into one of the exquisite hotels and take in some of the breath-taking cultural events and shows that Dubai has to offer its tourists.

Then maybe, just maybe, it's time to head home. What a few months you've had and squeezed in so much. From the place where the ancient rulers of Egypt were buried to the amazing street food culture of Jonker Street in Melaka, you've seen it and done it all.

That bucket list has taken a serious beating but there's plenty more to see and do. It's time to get planning again and figure out what's next. Will it be another world tour or was there a country you fell in love with and would love to go back and work in? Perhaps it's time to settle down and get a pet, whatever you do next, make it amazing and don't let anything hold you back.

x

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The Pond is now one of my new favourite places in Brighton. My friends introduced me to this independent pub located in The Lanes that sells the most amazing bao.

"Craft Food. Street Food. Zero Ducks."


My friend had been raving about The Pond for ages saying how amazing the food was there, and so my friends and I headed up one night and I was so excited! Even though it was pouring (literally pouring) down with rain, I was walked through the lanes, up the hill, absolutely soaking wet, but for getting to The Pond it was totally worth it.

So what's bao? Basically bao is a Taiwanese steamed bread roll that can be filled with any delicious meats and vegetables. It was the first time I'd tried bao before and I am so happy I lost my bao virginity at The Pond because oh my god it tasted so amazing.


The Pond is located just at the top of North Laine hill, and it has such a cute interior with twinkly lights, rustic furniture and candles everywhere. It was super cute but rubbish for taking photos (hence the only three photos sorry...)

Food-wise they have a regular menu that has several different bao dishes as well as fries, burgers, chicken wings, spring rolls, mac n cheese, salmon as well as so many vegan options and sides too, and even a donut bao. They also have a few specials everyday.

I ordered the Tofu Classic Bao (Crispy Fried Tofu, Hoisin Sauce, Peanuts, Spring Onion, Cucumber) with Baby Bao Original Fries (Hoisin, Miso Mayo, Sriracha, Peanuts, Crispy Fried Onion) - oh my god it was so good! Bao is similar to a dumpling in texture and the tofu filling was so yum.. and all the toppings on top of the fries. I would definitely recommend for anyone who hasn't tried bao or The Pond to give it a taste because it was spicy and so delicious.


We stayed in The Pond for some drinks and it had such a chilled atmosphere with music playing, and the prices weren't too bad for an independent pub either. So even if the food is not really your thing, then it's just a really nice place to go to. I would definitely recommend popping The Pond on your list of places to visit in Brighton.

x

*After uploading this post I have just found out that the cute yet really weird short film created by Disney Pixar which aired before the Incredibles 2 in cinemas last year - you know the one where the women cooks a dumpling that comes to life and becomes her son... and then she eats it... yep that one... - that short film is called Bao and a bao is what she cooked and ate haha, and now I've tasted one I feel so complete.

North Laine, Brighton

The Pond | Brighton

The Pond is now one of my new favourite places in Brighton. My friends introduced me to this independent pub located in The Lanes that sells the most amazing bao.

"Craft Food. Street Food. Zero Ducks."


My friend had been raving about The Pond for ages saying how amazing the food was there, and so my friends and I headed up one night and I was so excited! Even though it was pouring (literally pouring) down with rain, I was walked through the lanes, up the hill, absolutely soaking wet, but for getting to The Pond it was totally worth it.

So what's bao? Basically bao is a Taiwanese steamed bread roll that can be filled with any delicious meats and vegetables. It was the first time I'd tried bao before and I am so happy I lost my bao virginity at The Pond because oh my god it tasted so amazing.


The Pond is located just at the top of North Laine hill, and it has such a cute interior with twinkly lights, rustic furniture and candles everywhere. It was super cute but rubbish for taking photos (hence the only three photos sorry...)

Food-wise they have a regular menu that has several different bao dishes as well as fries, burgers, chicken wings, spring rolls, mac n cheese, salmon as well as so many vegan options and sides too, and even a donut bao. They also have a few specials everyday.

I ordered the Tofu Classic Bao (Crispy Fried Tofu, Hoisin Sauce, Peanuts, Spring Onion, Cucumber) with Baby Bao Original Fries (Hoisin, Miso Mayo, Sriracha, Peanuts, Crispy Fried Onion) - oh my god it was so good! Bao is similar to a dumpling in texture and the tofu filling was so yum.. and all the toppings on top of the fries. I would definitely recommend for anyone who hasn't tried bao or The Pond to give it a taste because it was spicy and so delicious.


We stayed in The Pond for some drinks and it had such a chilled atmosphere with music playing, and the prices weren't too bad for an independent pub either. So even if the food is not really your thing, then it's just a really nice place to go to. I would definitely recommend popping The Pond on your list of places to visit in Brighton.

x

*After uploading this post I have just found out that the cute yet really weird short film created by Disney Pixar which aired before the Incredibles 2 in cinemas last year - you know the one where the women cooks a dumpling that comes to life and becomes her son... and then she eats it... yep that one... - that short film is called Bao and a bao is what she cooked and ate haha, and now I've tasted one I feel so complete.

Continuing on from last year I've decided to share with you the songs and albums I've been loving each month! 

You might find some new bangers to listen to, or otherwise I think it will be nice for me to look back on in years to come. I am always looking for music recommendations so feel free to leave any music you're loving in the comments below...

Most Listened To Song This Month

"Nights Like This (feat. Ty Dolla $ign) - Kehlani, Ty Dolla $ign"


The Playlist

18HUNNA (feat. Dave) - Headie One, Dave

Longshot - Catfish & The Bottlemen

Nights Like This (feat. Ty Dolla $ign) - Kehlani, Ty Dolla $ign

Jumpin on a Jet - Future

You Don't Know - Loyle Carner, Rebel Kleff, Kiko Bun

Psych Out! - AJ Tracey

Wow - Post Malone

Keanu Reeves - Logic

Stressed - Take A Daytrip, Octavian

Run Away - LAX

Boasty (feat. Idris Elba) - Wiley, Stefflon Don, Sean Paul, Idris Elba

Wait - Maleek Berry

PNG (feat. Giggs) - Kojo Funds, Giggs

Girls Like You - Kesh, NEVRMIND

Saturday Nights - Khalid

Hide (feat. Seezyn) - Juice WRLD, Seezyn

ZEZE (feat. Travis Scott & Offset) - Kodak Black, Offset, Travis Scott

En Route (Uber) - Kyze, Donae'o, Chip

x

London, UK

Playlist To January 2019

Continuing on from last year I've decided to share with you the songs and albums I've been loving each month! 

You might find some new bangers to listen to, or otherwise I think it will be nice for me to look back on in years to come. I am always looking for music recommendations so feel free to leave any music you're loving in the comments below...

Most Listened To Song This Month

"Nights Like This (feat. Ty Dolla $ign) - Kehlani, Ty Dolla $ign"


The Playlist

18HUNNA (feat. Dave) - Headie One, Dave

Longshot - Catfish & The Bottlemen

Nights Like This (feat. Ty Dolla $ign) - Kehlani, Ty Dolla $ign

Jumpin on a Jet - Future

You Don't Know - Loyle Carner, Rebel Kleff, Kiko Bun

Psych Out! - AJ Tracey

Wow - Post Malone

Keanu Reeves - Logic

Stressed - Take A Daytrip, Octavian

Run Away - LAX

Boasty (feat. Idris Elba) - Wiley, Stefflon Don, Sean Paul, Idris Elba

Wait - Maleek Berry

PNG (feat. Giggs) - Kojo Funds, Giggs

Girls Like You - Kesh, NEVRMIND

Saturday Nights - Khalid

Hide (feat. Seezyn) - Juice WRLD, Seezyn

ZEZE (feat. Travis Scott & Offset) - Kodak Black, Offset, Travis Scott

En Route (Uber) - Kyze, Donae'o, Chip

x

Getting a good night of sleep is an important part of your daily routine. If you are not getting the right amount of sleep, it can leave you feeling really tired, looking tired and just generally feeling pretty down. It can be difficult to get the full 7 hours that are recommended by professionals, but this is what we should be aiming for. If you can get a decent amount of sleep, you are going to look better, feel better, and feel far less stressed throughout the day.


There are some luxury items in your bedroom that you could improve your sleep at night...

A New Bed

You have probably skimmed through these subheadings and thought something along the lines of 'I would love a new one, but I can't afford to spend money on an expensive bed'. Fair, but there are always options. I know that buying a bed can cost a small fortune to get something that is high quality. However it is the most essential item to have a good night of rest, and that is why you could look and compare guarantor loans so that you will be able to afford this. At the end of the day, think about how many hours you spend each day in your bed, and how important sleep is for your health.

If you don't believe that it is important to have the right type of bed or mattress, then you should just look at all the research and articles that have been written surrounding the subject. If you are not comfortable, then you are going to be waking up more often, or never getting to sleep in the first place. This is not healthy, and a new bed will help so much.

Automatic Blinds


You might want to think about installing automatic blinds in your bedroom. Have you ever gotten into bed and then realised that you have left your curtains open? Despite the fact you are already falling asleep, you now have to get up and shut the blinds. It might be the case that you are no longer on the edge of sleep and will be awake for the next few hours. If this sounds like something that often happens in your life, then automatic blinds are going to be great for you. Instead of getting up and ruining your sleep, you can just reach over and use a remote to shut the blinds for you. Hopefully, this will mean that you will not have anything to make you get up, and will help you fall asleep a lot easier.

Starlight Ceiling


Many people have found a starlight ceiling relaxing. It is just like laying under the stars which can set a lovely atmosphere for you to fall asleep to. You can either install these yourself or hire a professional to do this for you. They are not too expensive, but they will set you back a pretty penny, so make sure that you have the funds available to do this before you make a decision. 

I hope you have found this blog post helpful, and how have a good idea of a few luxury items which will give you the sweetest dreams.

x

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Brighton, UK

Luxury Items For A Better Sleep

Getting a good night of sleep is an important part of your daily routine. If you are not getting the right amount of sleep, it can leave you feeling really tired, looking tired and just generally feeling pretty down. It can be difficult to get the full 7 hours that are recommended by professionals, but this is what we should be aiming for. If you can get a decent amount of sleep, you are going to look better, feel better, and feel far less stressed throughout the day.


There are some luxury items in your bedroom that you could improve your sleep at night...

A New Bed

You have probably skimmed through these subheadings and thought something along the lines of 'I would love a new one, but I can't afford to spend money on an expensive bed'. Fair, but there are always options. I know that buying a bed can cost a small fortune to get something that is high quality. However it is the most essential item to have a good night of rest, and that is why you could look and compare guarantor loans so that you will be able to afford this. At the end of the day, think about how many hours you spend each day in your bed, and how important sleep is for your health.

If you don't believe that it is important to have the right type of bed or mattress, then you should just look at all the research and articles that have been written surrounding the subject. If you are not comfortable, then you are going to be waking up more often, or never getting to sleep in the first place. This is not healthy, and a new bed will help so much.

Automatic Blinds


You might want to think about installing automatic blinds in your bedroom. Have you ever gotten into bed and then realised that you have left your curtains open? Despite the fact you are already falling asleep, you now have to get up and shut the blinds. It might be the case that you are no longer on the edge of sleep and will be awake for the next few hours. If this sounds like something that often happens in your life, then automatic blinds are going to be great for you. Instead of getting up and ruining your sleep, you can just reach over and use a remote to shut the blinds for you. Hopefully, this will mean that you will not have anything to make you get up, and will help you fall asleep a lot easier.

Starlight Ceiling


Many people have found a starlight ceiling relaxing. It is just like laying under the stars which can set a lovely atmosphere for you to fall asleep to. You can either install these yourself or hire a professional to do this for you. They are not too expensive, but they will set you back a pretty penny, so make sure that you have the funds available to do this before you make a decision. 

I hope you have found this blog post helpful, and how have a good idea of a few luxury items which will give you the sweetest dreams.

x

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