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The Mysteries of Teen Sleep

Eight hours a night? Nine? A catch up on the weekend? Sleep is something that's so important to every individual, so of course, there are plenty of myths surrounding what's good, what's bad and how much is too much. This battle can sometimes be even more troublesome for teenagers; what with there being so many other important things to be bothered with at that age, sleep is often quite low on the agenda (unless of course it's past midday on a weekend). That's why, in an attempt to dispel said my...

The Apps That Are Helping Us Sleep

These days, smartphones get a lot of bad press for being the root cause of many people's sleepless nights, but have you ever thought that your gadget could actually help you drift off to the land of nod, not hinder? With a wonderful world of apps out there, we're taking a look at some of the ones that could actually help you to get a good night's kip. So sit tight, relax and get ready for the dreams that'll ensue… For drifting off For some, the notion of counting sheep is simply a no-go. Inste...

Bedding Down: What Kind of Sleeper Are You?

We've all heard of the classic titles given to the different ways people choose to sleep, be that the free-faller, the starfish or the classic foetal position - but what about those that incorporate their bedding into their sleeping style? Read on fellow sleep fans, and find out just what kind of sleeper you are… Bedding Down: What Kind of Sleeper Are You?

The hunt for the UK’s most mischievous toddler

We all know how mischievous toddlers can be… Give them a second and they can cause all sorts of havoc, with the home often suffering most of the damage. We decided to go on the hunt to find the naughtiest toddler in the UK, and have been inundated with hundreds of pictures of cheeky children caught in the act. From colourfully painted dogs, artfully decorated walls and beds and tots down toilets, take a look at our top 20 finalists: Vicki Todd from Bog...						</div>

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#BeatTheFear tip 3: Get a head start on the week's work

As the third instalment of our campaign to help you #BeatTheFear, we're proposing the idea of getting a head start on the coming week's work. Although the thought of working on a weekend may make you wince, your future self will thank you for it. Now, don't get us wrong, we're not suggesting spending the day at your desk, just an hour or so tops should be enough to kick your Sunday fear well and truly out the window. Just committing an hour on a Sunday afternoon to pull together a list of your u...

#BeatTheFear tip 2: Get up earlier and make the most of Sunday

Although the idea of voluntarily getting out of bed earlier than usual on a Sunday of all days may seem a little bizarre to you, trust us, you'll feel better for it. If you're prone to a spot of the Sunday fear, getting up a little bit earlier and making the most of the last day of the weekend can help you feel a little happier about going back to work. Those few extra hours will give you time to prepare for the week and catch up on any tasks you'd planned to get finished, but were sidelined as ...

#BeatTheFear tip 1: Plan something fun for Monday evening

As the first instalment of our handy tips to #BeatTheFear on a Sunday evening, we're recommending that you try to spend your time putting some plans together for a Monday night you can't wait for, instead of feeling fearful of the week to come. Whether it's a trip to the cinema, a nice meal out or a cosy takeaway and a film, planning something fun can focus your mind onto the positives of a Monday morning: that it leads to Monday night fun. It doesn't have to be something expensive, you can simp...

#BeatTheFear: What is the Sunday Fear?

Ever get that feeling of dread on a Sunday evening, knowing that the alarm's going to go off at some wicked hour tomorrow morning, and you'll no longer be able to lay under your cosy duvet and dream the day away like you have done for the past two glorious days? The feeling of anxiety, and never-ending wish that the weekend had an extra day in it, is what we know as the Sunday fear. Much akin to the feeling of not wanting to go back to school after a holiday you may have felt as a youngster, the...

Stay Warm and Safe in Your Bed this Winter

During the cold winter nights this time of year brings, curling up under the duvet seems to be the pastime of choice for many. But there's nothing worse than getting into a cold bed, unable to get warm and cosy and drift off for a peaceful night's rest. While many will turn to extra layers, heaters and electric blankets this year, we take a look at how to keep yourself warm, and more importantly safe, while wrapping up this winter. Layer up The simplest way to keep cosy when tucked up in bed is ...

Dream Beds for Families, Young Couples and Students

Sleep is a vital part of our wellbeing but there are often factors that can get in the way of a decent night’s kip, especially if we’re sharing a bed with a partner or a child! We’ve come to the rescue by creating three prototypes of dream beds, with families, young couples and students in mind. The Family Bed Screaming babies, children suffering from nightmares and even hungry pets are all tackled through innovative new features so that mum, dad and pet owners can sleep undisturbed.  

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