Is Your Bedroom Perfectly Prepped For Sleep?

Is Your Bedroom Perfectly Prepped For Sleep?

Having a bedroom that’s perfectly prepped for sleep will help you to drop off easier at night, stay asleep, and have a better quality of sleep overall. Maybe you think you’re bedroom is perfectly prepped for sleep, but after reading this, you’ll come to realize that it’s not.

Here are some things you need to consider, think about, and do if you want a bedroom that’s perfect for sleep.

The Right Temperature

Your bedroom needs to be the right temperature for sleep, or you’re going to struggle. You may end up lying awake, or waking up constantly because you’re uncomfortable. Being too hot or too cold can do this. Your bedroom should be between 60-67 degrees for optimal sleep.

A Comfortable Bed

Your bed needs to be tailored to your own individual needs. There’s no one size fits all that suits everybody. It can be even harder to set up the perfect bed if you sleep with another person. The best thing you can do is go and test beds in person. You need something that’s not too firm, but not too soft; usually, this means being able to fit two fingers under your back while lying down. Also focus on having breathable, high quality bedding that will last. The higher the cotton count, the more luxurious the bedding, usually.

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Little White Romper + 6 Easter Activities for Families in Houston

This week will be a busy one. Not only am I wrapping up the girls’ easter baskets but I am also trying to decide what we will do for Easter Sunday. This is the first time in years, that my husband will be off work and able to spend it with us, so I’m a little out of practice. I think we will change that this year! 😉

If you’re in the Houston area and looking for ways to spend Easter with the family, keep scrolling because I’ve added six activities you can do this weekend, from Egg Hunts to Eats – something for everyone.

I also wanted to share this cute little white romper with you. No, this will not be my Easter outfit, but since Spring is officially here, I am all about Rompers and Dresses. I am also loving denim jackets, because they go with everything! Colorful pom-pom sandals are also my things lately. I am linking similar items below for you to shop. If you’re wondering about the coffee in hand… Well that’s me trying to energize for all the things I have to do this week. 🙂

  1. If you’re in the Katy area, add the 2000 Easter Egg Hunt at Mary Jo Peckham Park 5597 Gardenia Lane, Katy, TX 77493. This FREE Egg Hunt is from 3:00 PM – 5:30 PM and hosted by the Now U Know Life Church.
  2. Also in the Katy area, is the option to do Easter Bunny photos and take advantage of the Egg Hunt at Kingdom & Wheels 25757 Westheimer Pkwy, Unit 190, Katy, TX 77494. This event is from 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM this Friday and the price is only $10 per child; call (832) 437-7039 for details.
  3. If you want to skip the Egg Hunts, and only take photos take the little ones to The Galleria, pictures with the Easter Bunny are available into the weekend.
  4. The Downtown Houston Aquarium is hosting Breakfast with the Easter Bunny on Saturday and Easter Brunch on Sunday.
  5. Another option for Brunch with the Easter Bunny is State of Grace. The Easter Bunny will be greeting families and posing for pictures on Sunday, from 10 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
  6. You can also catch the Easter Bunny for Brunch Brennan’s of Houston, call 713.522.9711 for reservations.

While this are some of my top options for Easter, there are many more around the Houston area. I hope you have a great Easter in whatever you decide to do. 🙂

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