When that dandy freshen-it-up fever washes over me, there’s about a 99.9% chance that I’ll avoid all closet-cleaning activities. The fever’s one thing, but a headache over a giant pile of clothes is another. Luckily, I’ve gathered a slew of awesome ideas that will make organizing any kind of closet (from walk-in to bi-fold door) easy, quick, and fun! Fun? Well, maybe not fun, but at least this kind of cleaning out your closet is a lot better than the type Eminem sings about.
While I appreciated the bellhop’s assistance with my bags, the real five-star experience began when I took a minute to lie down in what became the most plush, unsparing and overgenerous bed I have ever slept in.
Sadly, this was the first time I was actually able to define what entails a good night’s sleep. Yet, according to reports, many Americans not only believe sleep is inconsequential, they often sacrifice sleep to maximize hours spent on the job.
However, research shows the only thing you maximize by depriving yourself of sleep is your chance of injury or accident.
Here is an amazing infographic from our friends at Frugal Dad illustrating the amount of money companies lose from sleep-deprived workers, disasters caused by sleep deprivation and the elevated health risks due to a lack of sleep.