Hot and humid summer weather can impact allergy symptoms -- and to ensure that your indoor and outdoor activities are not impacted by "wheezing and sneezing" moments. Our tips will allow you to manage, reduce and (perhaps) eliminate allergens in your indoor and outdoor environment.
The vast majority of pillows are comprised of potentially harmful materials, which include cotton, down, feather, polyester and other synthetic fibers. These extra absorbent materials wreak havoc on your beauty and sleep game. Here's how:
Flying with your pillow comes with two downsides: First, even the softest 100 percent down pillow (the kind I prefer) takes up room in your suitcase; second, there's always the risk that you'll leave it behind, either on the plane or in the hotel room.
My home is my nest and by far my favorite place on earth to be. That's why it's so important for me to keep it feeling fresh and welcoming. Here are seven of my simple DIYs to help you add a little something extra to your home this summer.
Embarrassingly enough, we all gave these little cushions a shot. After approximately two minutes of shifting and squirming, we realized it wasn't a miracle -- just another illusion of coziness that's virtually unattainable when you're surrounded by strangers in a cramped cabin.
Sleep, that elusive and temperamental beast. I've spent my adulthood seeking it like Godzilla hunts Mothra, or the way that perimenopausal women look for sleep. Start with foundation: A stellar mattress begets a perfect bed.