A “Chemical-Free” Mattress?

  A “Chemical-Free” Mattress? Written by Toshy at Savvy Rest, April 6, 2015 When you get right down to it, claiming that any product is “chemical free” is misleading. The term chemical free, taken literally, is a misnomer. Everything is made of chemicals—from your drinking water to your cell phone—and your own body. But what’s

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Sleeping Naked

Written by Liz at Savvy Rest, July 8, 2016 There’s no denying that soft and cozy pajamas are a great comfort when you’re winding down from a long and stressful day. Perhaps you have your go-to pair or maybe you’re more like me and have multiple go-to pairs because one can never really have too

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Is sleeping organic worth it?

People are always asking me why did you leave your career to open an all organic mattress and bedding store? My answer… because as a mom I knew how important it was to me to have a chemical free environment for my family to live, play and sleep in.  Bliss Sleep Center was created to

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Sunset Green Home Project

Bliss is proud to have been selected to provide organic and sustainable mattresses to the Sunset Green Home project in Southampton. Their story is a simple one – to protect their family home from future storm damage while creating a safe environment inside and out for their family. Back in 2010 Kim Erle was enjoying

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How To Choose The Right Mattress

The right mattress is one of the most important investments in your health.  However, choosing the perfect mattress can be very stressful. There are so many factors to take into account for a decision that will impact 1/3rd of your life. Think about that….1/3rd of your life you spend sleeping. Factor in that you plan

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Beauty Sleep

      On August 1st 2014, I was blessed with the birth of my sweet baby boy Joshua Ryder.  Now every morning I am reminded of the importance of getting my “beauty sleep” when I see the black circles under my eyes from midnight feedings. Women spend approximately $426 billion dollars annually on different beauty products. Yet there

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