Pete Bils considers himself something of an expert when it comes to sleeping on planes. As part of his job as Vice President of Sleep Science and Research at Sleep Number， Bils racks up about 150，000 airline miles a year – advising st...
Pete Bils considers himself something of an expert when it comes to sleeping on planes. As part of his job as Vice President of Sleep Science and Research at Sleep Number， Bils racks up about 150，000 airline miles a year – advising stores， giving talks， and meeting with partnerspersonalized nursery pillows， such as coaches and trainers from the National Football League. With a jam-packed business schedule， he needs to be ready to go as soon as his flight lands， and that means getting the best rest he can while in the air.pillow covers solid
“Of course， if you can fly first class with individual seat pods and flat beds， then you’；re way ahead of the game，”； says Bils. If that’；s not possible， Bils has suggestions for what to pack， how to dress， and what to bring on board with you to get some much needed shut-eye when you’；re 30，000 feet up in the air.
Packing for your trip means more than planning what you’；ll need after you arrive at your destination. These are Bils’； go-to items for snoozing on-board.
The bottom line， says Bils， is that snoozing on a plane won’；t be the same as sleeping in your bed at home， but you can arrive at your destination rested and ready to get going.
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It’s that time of year when Monday through Friday you and your children will have to quickly become accustomed to early alarms. That’s right, it’s time for school!
Today I’m over at Tatertots & Jello sharing a tutorial for this fun DIY Summer Pillow Sleeve! ? I love the idea of simple projects that you can use to easily change up the decor in your home for the seasons. ?This pillow sleeve is sooo easy to stitch up, it only has TWO seams!
1. I pre-washed, ironed and cut my accent strip of fabric as per Jacinda’s instructions. ?Then I cut my hand towel (bought on sale at Target):