Once the kids head back to school, bring on the homework! Sure, you can help them out as they get lots of it done while sitting at the kitchen table. But to encourage great scholastic excellence, a good idea is to give them some private working quarters in their bedroom.
Most people spend at least six to eight hours sleeping per night, so a good mattress is a must. If you wake up lethargic after sleeping for at least seven hours or your back is beginning to feel the pain, it’s a sign that you may need a new one.
Creating a cozy, comfortable, and welcoming bedroom is one of the most important things you can do for your daily peace of mind, and that doesn’t just go for your own bedroom, but for every bedroom in the house. From your master bedroom to your kid’s rooms and beyond, if you’d like to breathe some new life into all of your bedrooms, here’s how you can do just that.
Just because you’re parents of a toddler doesn’t mean you can’t have a space just for yourself. Chances are the living room, playroom, backyard, even kitchen, is dominated by kid stuff. But once your little one is old enough, it’s time to claim back the space that is rightfully all yours: your bedroom.