Bedtime reading

  • How bedtime stories boost brainpower

    Do you remember the bedtime stories your mum and dad used to read? My favourite book was a collection of stories about dreams. The book offered a ...
  • 3 quick and easy ways to declutter your entranceway

    Sometimes, we don’t give our entranceways the recognition they deserve.  Sure, they’re not comforting like bedrooms, functional like kitchens, or c...
  • Beddy's 2021 Valentine's Day Gift Guide

    Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and more than ever now, people are switching to online stores to secure a gift for that one special pers...
  • The science of reading at bedtime

    Falling asleep should be simple. It’s something we do every night. In fact, the average person sleeps for about 26 years of their life, which equat...
  • Sleeping in summer: how to stay cool

    Let’s face it—Australian summers are on another level! I love most things about the hottest season of the year—the late sunsets, spontaneous trips ...
  • Your simple guide to playroom decluttering: a three-step process

    Have you ever cleaned your son or daughter’s playroom, walked away for a few minutes, and come back to what looks like a scene of utter destruction?

    When our kids play, it’s never with just one toy. They’ll switch from gadget to gadget like mad, unhindered and unbounded in their curiosity and wonder. It’s a joy to see kids exploring their world so passionately—but it also causes a big mess.

    There’s only one word to answer the long-standing issue of chaotic playrooms: decluttering.

  • 5 tips for destressing before bed

    We usually sink into bed intending to go straight to sleep—but sometimes, it just doesn’t work out that way.

    It’s a familiar sensation—you lay in bed with thoughts speeding through your mind, refusing to slow down. You’re worried about what happened today and what could happen tomorrow. Sleep feels distant, unachievable.

    Thankfully, there are steps you can take to quiet your mind and finally drift off peacefully.

    Here’s our advice on how to relax before bed.

  • Gifts for minimalists: Beddy’s 2020 Christmas gift guide

    Welcome to Beddy’s 2020 Christmas gift guide!

    We’re here to lay down some tips for shopping with Beddy as the holiday season approaches.

    If you’ve been scrolling for a while, clicking from page to page, flooding your mind with questions like, “Would Mum like this?” or “Would this work better for my husband or my Dad?”, here’s your chance to get some answers!

    We know you’re looking for minimal, sustainable, functional gifts. That’s why you’re here. But if you need a little extra help deciding which products will suit whom, read on.

  • Sleep hygiene for kids: our 3 top tips

    There’s no denying it—kids need sleep. It helps their bodies and minds grow. Quality sleep makes children happier, healthier, and more energetic—and it gives parents a well-deserved break, too!

    You may have heard about sleep hygiene. But what exactly does this term mean?
  • How to get the most out of a small bedroom space

    If you’re living in a small bedroom or dorm, you may struggle with making the most of what you’ve got. Maybe you’re not sure where to place your bed, or maybe there’s not even enough space to fit a dresser, desk or bedside table!
  • When should your child start cleaning their own room?

    Teaching your child to keep their room clean early on in life is one of the best ways to give them a real head-start. Instilling important values of pride, motivation and discipline will prepare your child for a successful future. But how early should children start cleaning their own rooms?
  • How to achieve the perfect minimalist living space

    In recent years, minimalism has made a name for itself as more than just a design philosophy—but also a mantra for life. For many Australians, simple living is an ultimate goal—as we stray away from the grasps of working a typical nine-to-five job, buying expensive cars and filling our homes with junk, we move towards a new goal: utter simplicity.