These days you’re lucky to own your own home by the time you hit your thirties. Between high rent and the difficulty to save up a deposit, it might mean that your home doesn’t have as much space as you might like. But that doesn’t mean you can’t make your bedroom look bigger than it actually is. In fact, with just a few clever tips, you can trick your brain into thinking your bedroom is wonderfully spacious:
Wouldn’t it be wonderful if you could simply jump into bed at night and get to sleep instantly? Unfortunately though, for a lot of us, getting to sleep at night can be a daily battle no matter how tired we are when our head hits the pillow. But what keeps us from getting our desired sleep? Well you might be surprised to hear that our night time routine can seriously affect how soon or how well you sleep at night. In fact, something as simple as checking Facebook or eating cereal for your supper could result in a restless night.
A British summer might seem like a myth to some, but when the sun does finally shine on our usually rainy island, it can bring more problems than happiness. Sure the warm days are great if you’re off work and you can take a day trip to the beach to cool down, however, if you’re stuck at work then the sun can be more annoying than fun.