Very few people like to make the bed. And, if you don’t like something, do you do it? Probably not, or you at least try to minimize that task from your life as much as possible. But when it comes to making the bed, you kinda have to suck it up and hate it less because there’s nothing more important or mandatory in terms of keeping a good routine.
I am a minority in this instance as I cannot physically leave the room in the morning without a pristine, clean bed with all 16 pillows (yes, there really are 16 pillows) neat and in order, each one properly fluffed.
But now a new company from Montreal, Canada has come up with the solution all you lazy sons of b*tches need –a self making comforter. The company’s Kickstarter campaign has gained some traction as it explains a new technology that allows your duvet cover to fold itself back over once you hop out of bed.
Seems like a lot of peeps can get behind this technology out of pure laziness. So, once you consider the reasons why it’s important, it’d be hard not to spend some cash to make this dream a reality. Three easy ones? No problem.
- Making the bed is the first “accomplishment” of your day and energizes you knowing you’ve left the house feeling calm, organized and confident you’ll have a pleasant space to come home to.
- The average American walks four miles per year making their bed, which for those of us who aren’t so active, adds up quick.
- If you make your bed every day, it actually becomes easier to make over time since your covers and pillows move less in your sleep and aren’t scattered everywhere each night before you rest your head.
And well of course this hot new item ain’t gonna come cheap, but the Kickstarter campaign ends December 27 and a little over half of their goal has already been raised. So, if you want to get involved and be rewarded as soon as this product comes to market, check out what it’s going to cost you and determine if it’s worth the price tag. And while you do determine that, think about how much you love your bed. The endless hours you spend cuddled up binge watching Netflix, throwing clothes atop the sheets when you’re scrambling for the perfect outfit or dusting off crumbs from your midnight snack –there’s now a new way to show some love for your favorite cozy space.