Hello my fresh little sandwiches. Freshness, freshness, I tell you that, but in reality it's not the word freshness that comes to mind the most when I sniff the aroma emanating from your room. And for good reason, it stinks of the old musty jackal in there. Are you getting drunk? Don't worry, we're here to save you from this impasse, because smell or not, there are plenty of things you'd better not leave in your room.
Then you do what you want.
But we will have warned you.
Don't say you don't know.
1. Your shoes well deg '
It makes sense, but we repeat. If you don't have to be hygiene purists and keep your shoes everywhere at home, we still advise you not to leave these filthy objects full of dog and pigeon shit lying around with thesyphilis at the foot of your bed.
2. The alarm on your phone
For ten years, the alarm clock market has fallen. Unfairly replaced by the ringtone of our smartphones. And that's a shame because in reality we'd better leave our phone away from the bed and our sleeping space. Beyond the fact that it imposes a necessary shutdown on you, it seems that phone alarms cause more stress than anything else. And even we have plenty of tips for success to get up in the morning so don't pretend you don't know.
3. Your family photos
I don't know if you are one of the weird people who keep family photos (including deceased people) on their nightstand but know that it is not very feng-shui. Supporting the gaze of your ancestors while falling asleep canit will be a cause of stress and interfere with your falling asleep. Well then, don't kid yourself, what's that fragile thing that keeps you from sleeping next to a photo of your castrating mother?
4. Your gear for playing sports
Already because a rower takes up space. And what's more, it's ugly. That said, if you have no taste and you have guibolles filled with Savoyard fondue, we advise you instead to wedge the device in the living room or in any room other than the bedroom (depending of course on the surface of your home, I dare to hope that you do not plan to integrate a rower in a room of 9m²).
WHY? Sports equipment has an unfortunate tendency to make you feel guilty when you look at it because you often don't use it. And so, feeling guilty at night when you go to bed or in the morning when you wake up because you have never used this elliptical trainer isnot great for your spiritual well-being.
5. Your workstation
With the Covid (p'tit illness which has made its life oklm for a few months I ce pa if you have heard about the dossier) and the telework which accompanies it, we all had to rearrange our living spaces to integrate a workstation (on this subject, we recommend our selection of essential tools for comfortable teleworking ), but paradoxically, working on your computer in your room is not at all recommended. For better teleworking, it is better to separate the rest areas from those where you concentrate.
6. The books that you have not read yet
Let's be honest, our shelves are more populated with books that we have not yet read (the entire bibliography of Marcel Proust) than books we've read (Tom-tom and Nana). Well, these books that we promise to read for 12 years carry a deep guilt: you never read. Having them next to your bed sends us back to that fundamental admission of failure.
So two possible solutions:
- move those books that carry too much guilt.
- read them.
Even if it is super cold, it is rather inadvisable to heat your room, at least not more than 17 ° C. This is why we generally advise not to leave the heating in the room. Good news, it will give you electricity savings.
8. Bullshit to snack on
Having cakes, chips or chocolate handy when you're in bed is the worst idea on earth (after the nuclear bomb ). You don't have to be Einstein to know that (can you imagine if Einstein made this discovery rather than relativity?).
9. The TV
Although it is tempting to have a teloche by the bed to watch movies and series until now, it is strongly discouraged. Already because you are giving up on your sex life (if at all you have one available), but above all, it is the best way to kill your sleep. I don't know if you are familiar with the concept of "BAN ON SCREENS TWO HOURS BEFORE GOING TO SLEEP" but obviously TV is part of it.
10. Your cat
OK he's cute, OK he's hugging, OK he's purringonne and it helps you fall asleep. But any cat owner will tell you: these fucking critters will put you through a nightmare every night. That's how it is, cats fight back over your dose of sleep and will have a mess at 4am, 6am, 7am, before going back to sleep soundly for their morning nap 5 minutes before your alarm goes off.
11. A napalm bomb
Although tempting, this type of object is not at all recommended near your bed, mainly for aesthetic reasons.
Credits photo ( Public domain ): Edub
Sources: Brightside , Madmoizelle