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Organizing closets is a great opportunity to take stock of how much stuff you own versus what you really use. Pull all the items out of your bedroom closet, and sort them into like categories. Then, get out similar items stashed under beds or in a spare-bedroom closet. Once you have items in a single place, it’s hard to ignore excess and duplication.

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‌Through hygge, the bedroom can be a place where you can retreat to relax and enjoy a comfortable, restful night’s sleep. You may even create a space so inviting you want to read, nap, meditate or simply escape from the workday in your bedroom. Of course, breakfast in bed and sleeping in are very in line with a hygge lifestyle. Avoid putting a TV or other screen in the bedroom if you can.

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‌Remember that your puppy has just been separated from their littermates and mother, and you are now their family group.

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Each year, big TV makers display the dazzling technology that could eventually come to your home TV set, though generally not soon.

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Of course, you can always add the traditional guest room. You can work the concept into areas such as craft rooms as well, such as with a pullout sofa or Murphy bed to accommodate visitors.

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Snacking can boost metabolism, which causes your brain to be more active and could lead to nightmares, according to the National Sleep Foundation.

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It’s easy to nod off while reading in bed, and you don’t want to fight that — that’s why you went to bed, right? To sleep? So keep a book by your bedside that is reserved just for this time — something entertaining, something that requires little brain power. If you fall asleep in the middle of it, you can count that as a win.

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