Sleepcare Stories — bed sheets
After hearing Ricardo Imaruui Robsinson talk about noise pollution in our latest installment of Beyond the Sheets, we wondered… How much does noise pollution during the day affect our sleep? First, it’s important to define what noise pollution actually is. Sound, according to Google Dictionary by Oxford Languages, sounds are “vibrations that travel through the air or another medium and can be heard when they reach a person's or animal's ear.” Noise is a type of sound, an unwanted sound to be exact. EarCare, PA, an AudigyCertified™ practice that pioneers education around hearing, defines noise pollution as any sound that...
Ricardo Iamuuri Robinson is an eternal student of sound. We discuss sound as a healer and a pollutant, and the unknown impact of frequencies coming from all of our electronic devices. His work as a conceptual sound artist is called “sonarcheology."
There is a new BYOB in town - Bring Your Own Bedding. Whether you are traveling for pleasure or for business, bringing your own bedding is now recommended for the safest travel experience. In the age of COVID-19, traveling looks quite different.
This month, I chat with Texas-based interior designer Sarah Fultz. Sarah discusses how spaces are deeply connected to our overall wellness. This is more crucial than ever with the increased amount of time in and around our living spaces. She shares her number one tip for creating a sleep sanctuary, and why finding our specific, natural aesthetic is so important for our health.