Between busy work schedules and summer outings on the weekends, laboring over healthy and tasty meals is the last thing on our minds. That’s why having an arsenal of quick and easy recipes are perfect for the gal or guy on the go! Today, we’ll be sharing our favorite blueberry breakfast recipe. Ready to get cooking? Us, too…
Fire up the grill! That’s right, it’s barbecue time. Independence Day is right around the corner and we’re helping you prep for the perfect July 4th BBQ with three grilled shrimp recipes that are sure to please (and help you fall asleep when the festivities are over!). So grab the red-and-white checkered tablecloth, put on your chef’s hat and let’s get grillin’!
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Calling All Pillow Fighters!
We hope you’re ready to join in on the fun at the 11th Annual NYC Pillow Fight being held on April 2nd from 3-6 p.m. at Washington Square Park. The event takes place worldwide and draws thousands of people. This year, Sleepy’s will be the official pillow provider of the NYC location, our stores will be selling pillows to benefit Dare2B, a charity that works to eliminate child poverty and homelessness in New York City.
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Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and let’s face it… chocolate and roses are a little overrated. But, don’t worry, we’ve found the perfect Valentine’s Day presents for you and your loved one.
Tossing & turning at night, and feeling super tired in the morning? Do you feel like you’re getting a good night’s sleep, but your body is achy and sore when you wake up? These could be signs that you don’t have the right pillow for your perfect night’s rest.
The right pillow can really make all the difference between an energized morning and a difficult start to your day. So, lets get to it, shall we? Here are some of our favorite pillows that you need to check out:
Small changes to your habits and lifestyle can have a big effect on sleep.
You might have heard some women talk about their biological clocks in regards to fertility; all living creatures have another type of internal clock, called the circadian rhythm. It refers to the 24-hour cycle of activity and sleep affected by the change from light to dark. A part of the brain called the hypothalamus manages the circadian rhythm, or pattern, by processing information (like when your eyes detect light) and creating sleep patterns. This sleep-wake cycle gives you the cue to go to sleep.
If you have trouble with sleep and insomnia, slightly adjusting your routine and habits may help.