Best of … tips to feel comfortable

Written by: Editorial Staff

February 1, 2012
Filed Under Best of, Health 


One of the best of tips to feel comfortableContributed by Tim Brugger, Top 10 Guru

When you feel comfortable, the world around you takes on a slightly different perspective; usually for the better. Finding a way to stay relaxed in the midst of life’s hectic whirlwind will keep you not only comfortable, but sane to boot.

It’s hard to be genuinely relaxed when, for example, your pants are riding up into places they shouldn’t. Or when you have an ache in your back or neck from hours of sitting in front of the computer or behind the wheel. When you’re uncomfortable, everything else takes a back seat (no pun intended).

Taking a few key steps to feel comfortable can change your whole outlook on life. Minimize stress, pain, and worries. Since your general well-being is resting on this, let’s get to the best of tips to feel comfortable. So throw on those rose-colored shades and remember “don’t worry, be happy.”


Breathe in comfort

Let’s start right at the top as the choreographer once said; the air we breathe. Sucking in lint-filled contaminants is not only uncomfortable, it’s potentially harmful. That’s why a trip over to the Waterwise catalog is stop #1 on our journey to all things comfortable. The AirWise System purifies your entire home, and the technology on this baby is so advanced it’ll deal with things like mold and mildew. It looks pretty slick too — small and powerful.


Big Foot Pajamas

Nighttime cozy comfort

When winter hits, you don’t have to shiver at bedtime. And you don’t have to wear a snap-up blanket that catches on everything you walk past. You can stay warm and cozy in Big Foot Pajamas footie pj’s, even if you’re allegedly a grown-up. Finally! Those cozy, warm sleepers aren’t limited to the under 5 years old set. Get someone to hand you a cup of warm cocoa and a couple of cookies and you’re all set. Now THIS is comfort!


Brylane Home Plus Size Living

Finally, the right size furniture!

There is probably nothing more uncomfortable than furniture that doesn’t fit who you are. You know what I mean…the chair that’s too low or too narrow. The filmsy lawn furniture you’re not sure you should sit on.

It’s no fun feeling like you don’t fit in your own home. But Brylane Home Plus-Size Living is taking care of that. They offer indoor and outdoor furnishing that fit you, instead of undersized pieces that leave you miserable. Now that’s comfortable!



Lifting comfort

One of the best of tips to feel comfortable

Okay, this may seem a little out of place on a list of tips to feel comfortable, but sometimes life demands we get off the couch (I know, I hate that). When work calls, especially manual labor, feeling comfortable is not only a nice bonus it’s often safer. Bending and lifting isn’t something most of us do on a regular basis; and no, reaching to the bottom of the fridge doesn’t count. Slide on one of these back support harnesses from Uline before you start power lifting. Comfort and safety is a nice combination.


Yoocan Toocan

Sitting comfort

One of the best of tips to feel comfortable

Got a road trip planned? Sitting in a car, or anywhere for that matter, for an extended period time not only becomes uncomfortable; it can be painful. Yoocan Toocan is all about helping people of all ages feel comfortable. Whether you’re planning a long trip in the car or sitting down to a 12 hour Gone With the Wind Marathon, placing your backside on the Obusforme Back Supports will feel like heaven.


English Tea

There’s almost nothing a cup of tea can’t fix

Whether it’s at the end of a stressful day, as a respite in the afternoon or a gentle way to start the morning, a cup of tea is a ritual generations have used as a way to feel comfortable and relaxed. The English Tea Store has teas for every time of day, from the early-morning first sip to the late night caffine-free herbal tissane. Wrap your hands around a warm mug of tea…ahhhh. Now that feels good.


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