Proper Care and Feeding Instructions

Don’t feed your Pillow Cube. Whew! Now that we have that out of the way, you can learn what your cube wants and needs. Your Pillow Cube has a white pillowcase, a cover, and a foam core. As each is specially designed, we’ve outlined their preferred care below. Pillowcase Created to be silky smooth and while it may not actually be silk (coming soon), the pillowcase feels soft to the touch and is easily removed for washing. Experts agree that you should wash your pillowcase weekly. They seem to know their stuff so we also recommend washing your specially designed pillowcase once a week. Toss it in the washing machine with like colors and let it tumble dry. Cover The...

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Pillow Cube Sizing Guide

Broad shoulders or firm mattresses interfering with finding pillow paradise? Not to fear–our size guide is here! It takes all that into account when finding the best cube size for you.  To begin your journey, you will need a stack of books, a ruler, and your bed.  Place a few of the books on the bed and lay your head on top of the stack of books. Adjust the stack until it feels comfortable and aim for straight alignment from your head down your back. Once you find the right height, measure the stack of books with the ruler in inches. Remember that number as it is the size you'll want to order! Pro measuring tip: If you are between sizes, round up as the...

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The BEAST of Insomnia!

If you have ever experienced the beast of insomnia, we hear you! It truly is a pain and one with which many people have struggled. Why, then, is there not a cure? What is at the root of insomnia? How can we make it a little less bothersome? An article from thesleepfoundation.org states that our bodies have two cycles - sleep and wake. ONLY ONE should be on at a time. When these are disrupted or incapable of functioning correctly, the result is insomnia. Some people have a vicious wake cycle that doesn’t want to sit in the back seat. You might have experienced this a time or two - your mind goes a million miles a minute replaying the...

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The Why Behind Sleep Positions

Everyone has a preference for how they sleep. Some people prefer sleeping on their stomach, while others prefer to sleep on their back. And still, others find side sleeping the most comfortable position. There isn’t necessarily a right answer unless you’re experiencing negative effects. There are pros and cons to each sleep position, and what you might not know is that even your personality is involved with how you sleep. Let’s take a closer look. The most preferred sleep position is side sleeping. According to WebMD - almost 63% of Americans are side-sleepers! One huge benefit of sleeping on your side is that it can help with digestion, such as assisting with blood flow and decreasing heartburn. If you suffer...

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Sleeping For Two

It’s no secret that a new baby means less sleep for Mom and Dad. More snuggles and moments of awe and wonder? Definitely yes. But sleep? Not so much. Sleep can be a challenge before that little bundle even arrives. While being pregnant is a time to experience joy and excitement, it isn’t necessarily a time to stock up on sleep. According to the Journal of Obstetric Medicine, up to 94% of women report sleep disturbances during pregnancy. These disturbances can range from night sweats to vivid dreams to frequent bathroom trips, all of which can contribute to insomnia. Sadly, the mantra “eating for two” isn’t also true for “sleeping for two.” You may have experienced some of the most...

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