Hibernation is one of those things that you can easily forget about as a human, but it has to be one of the most fascinating processes that occurs in nature. Surely, if we had the choice, most people would opt to cuddle up and rest for the winter, leaving the rest of the world to spin madly on.
There’s a lot to love, but nothing quite compares to cuddling up on the couch in warm, fluffy socks with a hot toddy and (re)watching your favorite movies, over and over again every year.
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.
Tuft & Needle in the running for Inc. Magazine's 2018 Company of the Year
Decision fatigue is a real thing. Well, not all decisions, of course. If it’s a choice between a delicious, 16 ounce New York strip steak and a fast food hamburger, I’m going to choose the New York strip, straight up.
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.
Traveling takes up a lot our time during the holidays, but instead of dreading the time it takes to get home to your family, reframe it as time to catch up on all of the incredible entertainment you’ve been missing out on.
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.
Founded in 2012 by two college friends turned software engineers, Tuft & Needle was born out of frustration with the then-lack of transparency in the mattress industry.
You turn down the lights and press play on the white-noise compilation you just downloaded; the peaceful baby fast asleep on the cover looks promising. You’re determined to get a good sleep tonight. You have to, for your sanity.
The food coma—everyone’s favorite culprit for post-holiday lounging. We love to lay around after Thanksgiving dinner and tell ourselves that we simply can’t help it, the turkey’s to blame. All that tryptophan, you know? It just makes you pass right out.
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?
We know the importance of giving back. In fact, we have an entire department dedicated to it. For us, philanthropy isn’t reserved for one day a year; rather, it is at the core of who we are and what we stand for.
Sleep can be quite the mysterious subject, and what we think we know about it can often be totally wrong. Constantly evolving studies on sleep help us debunk common sleep myths and better understand what our bodies need while we’re drifting off to dreamland.
How many people were actually on time, not rushing in ten minutes late with a half-assed apology? How many people were alert and paying attention and not catching up on whatever they didn’t finish before crashing?
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.
One more hour snuggled up in their T&N Mattress and sheets, with one arm tucked under their pillow and the other one holding the hand of their significant other. We all got this extra hour last night, so we’re all revving to go this morning, right?
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.