Your shoes land in a heap at the edge of the sand, your loafers clack against her sandals. You say a quick prayer for your socks.
You’ve heard about REM sleep, but perhaps you don’t actually know what it is or what it means. You may be here because you Googled “REM” and clicked thinking this would be an homage to the chart-topping, Grammy-winning, critically acclaimed band R.E.M. led by frontman Michael Stipe.
Nashville is a fantastic city. It’s full of wonderful creative people, who, even though they may not be from the south, definitely end up inheriting southern charm once they live here for a while. We’ve got great food, great beer, and great music. Here’s a list of my favorite spots.
Red flashy signs in every window that boast “SALE! SALE! SALE!”, hundreds of emails piling up in your promotions tab, a thick stack of ads in your mailbox—seriously, who prints things anymore? Everyone loves to remind you that you should be cashing in on deals left and right between turkey and football games—which is precisely why you’re here, isn’t it?
It only makes sense that stress and sleep would be closely tied, we all tend to lose sleep when things are chaotic or something is negatively impacting your day-to-day, but the impact of stress on your health and sleep goes deeper than forcing you to lie awake at night thinking and freaking out.
You wake up in a cold sweat, clutching onto your sheets and wait, was that you screaming? It all starts flooding back before you can stop it—the nightmare. You were being chased by something this time, but you couldn’t see it, stumbling through pitch black, legs pumping through an endless sea of black.
While I personally believe that horror movies are a year round sport, October is the perfect time of year to roll out the spooky, scary, and downright creepy. This breakdown is everything you need to organize a horror movie marathon of any caliber.
Halloween is upon us and so is the inevitable sugar rush that hits right around 9PM when the last little goblin leaves you with half a bag of Snickers on your hands. If you eat them all tonight you can start your post-Halloween pre-Thanksgiving diet tomorrow, right?
It’s seven o’clock, October 31st, and you’ve been too busy living your life to come up with an actual costume. The party won’t wait for you, so you go with what you know—for some reason, what we all know—is a classic, if not boring, option waiting right in your own linen closest.