Posted on Mar 02, 2016
YOUR PERSONAL SANCTUARY
The bedroom is always a great place to start when you are turning your house into an environmentally friendly abode. You can upgrade to eco-friendly bedroom furniture to make your sleeping area safer, more comfortable, and practical. These days, bedrooms are not merely places to sleep—they are also your personal spaces for retreat and relaxation. Hence, it makes sense to invest in high-quality eco-friendly bedroom furniture to upgrade that one place in your home where you can truly recharge, be pampered, relax, and rejuvenate.
Posted on Feb 25, 2016
BENEFITS OF JAPANESE SLEEPING MATS
If you are looking to sleep in a minimalist and comfortable environment, a Japanese futon may be the right option for you. Completely customized with a modern twist, Japanese sleeping mats can offer you a firm and high-quality sleeping experience. Crafted with eco-friendly, all-natural organic cotton and other natural latex and wool materials, the unbleached and non-toxic Japanese sleeping mat is a perfect choice to benefit your sleep and practice good environmental stewardship with your choice purchase. If you are looking to purchase a Japanese sleeping mat, please review the following tips to help you decide what mat is right for you.
Posted on Feb 16, 2016
Better for your Health, Better for the Earth
An organic futon may be the solution for a safer and healthier sleep. Organic futons are made with all natural materials that are non-toxic and free from synthetic materials that may be off-gassing or transferring harmful chemicals. Moreover, they are more breathable and capable of keeping you warm in the winter and cool in the summer. This way, you can sleep comfortably while minimizing the need to subject the thermostat to the extremes (which is usually the cause for higher heating and electricity bills).
Posted on Jan 27, 2016
Nutritious and Organic Food
According to many Vegan experts, raw foods are the most nutritious food items for your system, and the easiest to digest. Using moderation can help you to regulate the intake of nuts and other raw foods in tandem with what your body can handle. Although a lot of vegetarians eat rice and other grains, the human digestive-tract was ultimately not designed to process large amounts of grain. Consuming processed flour and baked goods, particularly those baked goods with a high amount of gluten can cause intestinal blockages and difficulty with digestion.
Posted on Jan 20, 2016
The Japanese people are quite skilled when it comes to interior design and decorating. From Shoji screens to calligraphy prints and platform-beds to rice-paper lamps or rugs made from natural fibers, Japan has contributed a great deal to the aesthetic dimension of both office life and domestic life. The Japanese have an eye for detail and a keen sense for the bigger picture, all for the sake of creating harmony and balance.