Tired? Sleepy? Then take a nap whenever and wherever you want to with NapAnywhere. It’s not the first take-anywhere pillow in the market (remember the Ostrich pillow?), but it’s more user-friendly and portable compared to some alternatives.
Sleeping eye masks can only do so much. Because while they black out the real world from sight, they don’t block out the sounds that might cause you to toss and turn in bed.
If you really want to drown out the world, then you need to block out the sounds and the sights.
Too tired to read your child a bedtime story? Then let his or her pajamas do the work. This’ll only work if they’ve got the Smart PJs on, because all other jammies are presumably dumb and don’t have the embedded visual codes that make these pajamas so special.
You know that expression that people say when they’re really good at something? The one that goes, “Oh, I can do [insert action here] in my sleep.”
Most people who make that claim obviously can’t back it up.
Anyone who’s experienced intercontinental jet lag will tell you that it really messes you up. My personal system involves doing an all-nighter the night before I get onto a plane, so that I crash when I land.
Did you know that some cats sleep up to twenty hours a day? No wonder some of them can grow as fat as forty pounds (that’s what the world’s fattest cat weighed before it up and died of pulmonary disease).
I think we can all agree that technology is a great thing. The right application of technology can make just about anything you want to do easier and more effective. If you’re a gadget fiend looking to get into shape, Fitbit has a new device up for pre-order called the One.
If it were socially acceptable, we would wear pajamas everywhere. They are just so darn comfy and they usually come with cool kid related patterns printed on them. Well, I don’t care if it is socially acceptable or not, I’m getting a pair of these awesome Star Wars pajamas and wearing the hell out of them.
I like taking naps in private, but even I think that these Podtime Sleeping Pods are borderline ridiculous. While it seems like a pretty neat concept, it’s priced way too high (at £1,375 or about $2,148 USD) for mass enjoyment.
Music buffs will be pleased to hear that they don’t have to go through at least one pair of headphones every two weeks just because they listen to music even when they’re in bed. If you’ve ever slept with a pair of earbuds on, then you’ll notice that the wires wear out much faster than if you didn’t use them in bed.
I’ve had my fair share of lucid dreams, although most of these turned out to be some pretty bad nightmares where I was running for my life. Most people I know, however, haven’t experienced many lucid dreams.
When I think of hammocks, I’m reminded of the cool, summer afternoons I spent just lazing away in my backyard. When I think of sleeping bags, I remember the few but memorable camping trips I went to with my dad, uncle, and some naughty cousins.