Orienteering is the ‘crossing of unknown land with the aid of a map and a compass’. I wonder how popular the actual sport of orienteering is these days? My only knowledge of it comes from my time as a high school teacher, watching students stress at not finding their way during the exam and finding […]
Looks like reality is indeed keeping up with the Kardashians….. and our friendly Yeezus – Kanye West. If one is to believe a certain weekly goss mag in Australia (Woman’s Day), it turns out that reality royals, Kim and Kanye can’t slip between the sheets each night because of snoring issues….. just like us MERE
Maybe it’s because you’re not getting enough. A group of those scientists we love (because they spend their days working out answers to the big questions of life) have worked out how sleep causes memories to form. It’s explained in this article called ‘Scientists have finally worked out how sleep causes memories to form’ The
So it would seem that to have a REALLY happy relationship, you’ve got to sleep no further than one inch apart from your partner. If only someone had told me that ten years ago, I wouldn’t have embarked on this folly of a relationship and marriage. All those years I’ve wasted not having a REALLY
Well…… maybe. It really depends which parts need saving to be honest. I would never suggest that separate sleeping is a cure all to relationship issues (for those married or otherwise), but it certainly can save your sanity if your partner disrupts your sleep and you are suffering as a result. And following that thought
I have written before about smart devices that measure your nightly sleeping experiences by being placed on the mattress, wrapped around the mattress, worn on the body or worn on the wrist. But I do like my latest discovery. Smart beds. Who’d have thunk. Well, obviously someone did and for quite some time it seems.
So it turns out that the Queen and Prince Phillip aren’t the only royals who have outed themselves as separate sleepers. Princess Michael of Kent recently disclosed in an interview with The Sunday Times how sleeping separately from her husband keeps them ‘fresher for each other’. (Unfortunately one has to subscribe to The Sunday Times