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  • Interior Design Brief Consultation

    During this consultation to determine: 1) Scope of Project and Requirements, 2) Options, 3) Actions, 4) Confirmation of cost of project and services and 5) Letter of Agreement.

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    During these consultation there will be ongoing communication regarding any relevant documents, drawing, sketches, design boards, selection of finishes, fixtures, furniture, decor. This will also include communication with client, contractors, and tradespeople. And finally the approximate timeline of project.

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    During this session you would have already decided to re-design an area of your home or work. During this time we can discuss condition of your space, what can be done, cost of services and how to proceed.

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  • Knowing About Mattresses Can Help You Sleep Better

    A Brief History of the Mattress Mattresses are a key component of bedding. Because most humans spend much of their lives sleeping, finding a quality mattress is important for a high quality of life. Normally comprised of foam and fibers, with metal springs on a wooden frame, mattresses help ensure a restful sleep. Even as you read this new mattresses are bring created. but here is a primer. Mattresses are a key component of bedding Because most humans spend a third of their lives or more sleeping, finding a quality mattress is important for a high quality of life. Normally comprised of foam and fibers, with metal springs on a wooden frame, mattresses help ensure a restful sleep. Serta, Sealy, and Simmons are the three largest, most popular mattress brands in the USA. However there are thousands of brands and more popping up every day. Standard USA mattress sizes are Twin/Single (39” X 75”), Double/Full (54” X 75”), Queen (60” X 80”), King (78” X 80”). Other USA mattress sizes include Olympic Queen (66” X 80”), California Queen (60” X 84”), and California King (72” X 80”). Mattresses typically require replacement after seven to fifteen years of use, or sooner, if the coils or frame have experienced noticeable wear and tear. A Brief History of the Mattress In the Neolithic period (8,000-6,000 B.C.), people migrated from sleeping on the ground to simple man-made beds and mattresses. These first resting structures were constructed of leaves and grass, held together with animal skin. Around 3,500 B.C., Persians invented the first “waterbeds,” made of goatskins filled with water. The more affluent inhabitants of the Roman Empire, circa 200 B.C., slept on mattresses filled with feathers. Steel coils, which now support the vast majority of mattresses, were not patented for this purpose until 1865. Mattresses have enjoyed many advances in the past few decades, including the advent of air mattresses, foam mattresses, and “memory foam” mattresses. Increasingly, mattresses are being constructed from modern materials such as latex foam, air, eco-friendly, hybrid and polyurethane foam. In addition, those consumers seeking affordability and convenience have chosen futons and futon mattresses to ensure their good night’s sleep. And there has long been a core of waterbed enthusiasts who remain committed to waterbed mattresses. The type of mattress that works for you may depend a a few factors. Some include if you are a side sleeper, back sleeper, or move around a lot. If you are a stomach sleeper try to adjust to a different type of position this can cause many issues. What kind of mattress do you have? And, do you need a new one? Mattresses can be expensive but there are great price comparison sites online that can help you make the best choice for you. Want to know about sleep and how to make it better? Check the book below for more details. Make sure you're in the know,. Subscribe below How are sleep and dreams connected to all of this? Sleep and dreams are a gateway to other states of consciousness and wellness. In dreams, our soul calls us. If we choose to pay attention, this is where we can spark or elevate our spiritual awakening and overall health. We can connect to a greater place of knowledge than we do in waking life alone. The ego takes a back seat and our higher self speaks from a place of truth via symbols, whether you remember or not. Wishing You Wholeness Diana Navarro, Empath, with Non-24 ~M.S.in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, ~Certified Sleep Science Coach, ~Interior Designer, Dip.Int.Des. ~Certified in Content Management ~Feng Shui Consultant I sometimes share links with my valued readers I believe adds quality and value to you. I may get a small affiliate payment for anything sold on some links on Amazon or Google Ads. These are items or products I may use myself and vouch for. I may earn some coffee or chocolate money I'll ingest while writing these posts for you. There are Many Timely Resources Available You don't have to go at it alone or get overwhelmed. This site is one option. You can check my book Your sleep Sweet Spot for comprehensive yet easy-to-follow sleep ritual advice and also personal sessions and courses on many relevant topics, including space design to increase your overall wellness. Check the Wellness Shop to see what tools, products, and services you can use for immediate improvement. Diana Navarro and This Is Diana accepts no liability and/or responsibility for any actions and/or decisions any client/reader chooses to take or make based on his/her information provided here.

  • 6 Reasons to Create a Daily Rituals

    Did you know that having a daily routine which I call "rituals" can greatly benefit your life? While we all had a strict routine as a kid, when we become fully independent adults, we tend to relax the rules we once followed. This can lead to other problems. To keep the issues to a minimum, create a daily rituals. Follow your customized routine to structure your life more efficiently and receive many powerful benefits. 1. Develop good habits. One of the best reasons to create a special daily rituals can help you to combat bad habits. By replacing bad habits with good ones, you can gradually improve all aspects of your life. It can be tough to overcome bad habits, but a routine can help massively. 2. Boost your efficiency. Do you ever wish you could get more done and make the most of your time? With a daily routine you can. Adding structure into your life, a good daily routine will make you much more efficient. You won’t waste as much time as you once did, helping you to achieve much more during your day. 3. Improve your health. One of the most powerful reasons to create a daily routine is that it can help you improve your health. Whether you need to improve your physical or your mental health, a good routine can prove invaluable. By using it to introduce healthier habits, you’ll start to notice fast changes in your mood and general wellbeing. 4. Sleep better. Did you know when you have a routine you sleep better? This is so important I even wrote the book Your Sleep Sweet Spot describing in detail. I call them sleep rituals where you can implement things into your routine that help you sleep better, such as switching off technology an hour before bed. When you sleep better, you feel better and it improves every aspect of your life. 5. Incorporate more structure. To achieve your goals, you need willpower and motivation. A daily ritual can incorporate both. Exercise is a good example of this. When you add it into your daily routine, it quickly starts to become an automatic habit. You won’t need to force yourself through willpower or motivate yourself with a reward, once it becomes a habit. 6. Reduce and relieve stress. Rituals can help reduce and relieve stress. As you know what your day mostly consists of, and you use it to introduce healthier habits, your stress levels will naturally decrease. You can also schedule in time for relaxation each day to help. While developing an effective rituals can take time, once you have it in place you won’t regret taking the time to create it. To become successful, happy, and healthy, we all need structure and routine in our lives. Make sure you're in the know,. Subscribe below How are sleep and dreams connected to all of this? Sleep and dreams are a gateway to other states of consciousness and wellness. In dreams, our soul calls us. If we choose to pay attention, this is where we can spark or elevate our spiritual awakening and overall health. We can connect to a greater place of knowledge than we do in waking life alone. The ego takes a back seat and our higher self speaks from a place of truth via symbols, whether you remember or not. Wishing You Wholeness Diana Navarro, Empath, with Non-24 ~M.S.in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, ~Certified Sleep Science Coach, ~Interior Designer, Dip.Int.Des. ~Certified in Content Management ~Feng Shui Consultant I sometimes share links with my valued readers I believe adds quality and value to you. I may get a small affiliate payment for anything sold on some links on Amazon or Google Ads. These are items or products I may use myself and vouch for. I may earn some coffee or chocolate money I'll ingest while writing these posts for you. There are Many Timely Resources Available You don't have to go at it alone or get overwhelmed. This site is one option. You can check my book Your sleep Sweet Spot for comprehensive yet easy-to-follow sleep ritual advice and also personal sessions and courses on many relevant topics, including space design to increase your overall wellness. Check the Wellness Shop to see what tools, products, and services you can use for immediate improvement. Diana Navarro and This Is Diana accepts no liability and/or responsibility for any actions and/or decisions any client/reader chooses to take or make based on his/her information provided here.

  • Ever Try Sleeping While Feeling Bloated?

    Common Reasons Behind Your Bloat Bloating, which can cause a distention of your abdomen, along with discomfort, gas, and even pain, can be frustrating to deal with. Whether you get acutely or chronically, the first question is to wonder why this is happening. Here are some common reasons behind why you might be bloated, along with some tips for dealing with them. Bloating is not only uncomfortable but it can prevent you from getting the sleep you need. This makes things worse since sleep is when you do most of your healing and restoration. So what could be the reasons for your bloating? The Most Common Cause – Constipation While there are many different reasons you could be dealing with regular bloating, constipation tends to be the most common cause. When you eat, your belly is going to fill up, and it will distend slightly. This is very common, and will eventually settle when you go to sleep, or have a bowel movement. However, if you are constipated and are not going to the bathroom regularly, your belly can have a bloated appearance until you do relieve your bowels. If you are struggling with chronic constipation, it might be from a medical condition. If this becomes a regular problem, see your doctor to rule out any medical causes. Other Potential Causes In addition to constipation, you might also be bloated because of swallowing too much air, struggling with gut issues like gastritis or IBS, consuming carbonated beverages, and just eating a large meal. Some people find that they are more bloated on days when they drink a lot of carbonated water ands oft drinks, while others are bloated from certain foods that tend to cause inflammation in the gut. There are also some medical conditions that increase your risk for bloating, including: IBS Pelvic inflammatory disease Gastritis or diverticulitis Infections Crohn’s disease Inflammation Figuring Out What is Causing Your Bloat The hardest part about this is figuring out what is actually causing you to be bloated. There are a few things to look at first. The first step is typically to see your doctor, since they can often rule out medical causes for your bloating. Next, if you think it might be from a sensitivity to certain foods, removing those foods or trying an elimination diet can help a lot. Also look at your lifestyle and what foods you eat, as if you are eating a lot of inflammatory foods, have constipation, or drink nothing but carbonated beverages, that is likely the culprit. Tips for Relieving Bloat Sick and tired of being bloated all the time? Here are a few things that can help. Drink more plain water – Drink more water to relieve bloat, and make sure it is plain waiter without carbonation. Get regular exercise – Walking is one of the best exercises to help relieve bloating, but there are also some yoga poses that can be great for this. Try peppermint tea – Peppermint does wonders for bloating and the gut in general. Try drinking 1-2 cups of peppermint tea each day and see if it helps. Address your medical conditions – Of course if you think your bloating is from medical conditions like inflammation or IBS< you need to address those before your bloating will go down. Make sure you're in the know,. Subscribe below How are sleep and dreams connected to all of this? Sleep and dreams are a gateway to other states of consciousness and wellness. In dreams, our soul calls us. If we choose to pay attention, this is where we can spark or elevate our spiritual awakening and overall health. We can connect to a greater place of knowledge than we do in waking life alone. The ego takes a back seat and our higher self speaks from a place of truth via symbols, whether you remember or not. Wishing You Wholeness Diana Navarro, Empath, with Non-24 ~M.S.in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, ~Certified Sleep Science Coach, ~Interior Designer, Dip.Int.Des. ~Certified in Content Management ~Feng Shui Consultant I sometimes share links with my valued readers I believe adds quality and value to you. I may get a small affiliate payment for anything sold on some links on Amazon or Google Ads. These are items or products I may use myself and vouch for. I may earn some coffee or chocolate money I'll ingest while writing these posts for you. There are Many Timely Resources Available You don't have to go at it alone or get overwhelmed. This site is one option. You can check my book Your sleep Sweet Spot for comprehensive yet easy-to-follow sleep ritual advice and also personal sessions and courses on many relevant topics, including space design to increase your overall wellness. Check the Wellness Shop to see what tools, products, and services you can use for immediate improvement. Diana Navarro and This Is Diana accepts no liability and/or responsibility for any actions and/or decisions any client/reader chooses to take or make based on his/her information provided here.

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    Ways to Help You Sleep Better with Restoration and Wellness-Centered Design Sweet Slumber~Renewed Energy~Better Living Better Sleep, Deeper Dreams And Wake Up Spiritually Scroll Down Welcome to This Is Diana Start to Design Your Life with Beauty One Step Closer to Spiritual Awakening with Sleep, Dreams and Wellness With Your Unique Sleep Schedule. Get Your Copy of the Authorative Book Now Sign Up Now to be In The Know Intuitive Space Design Promotes Healthy Sleep Spaces, and Wellness for Vital Energy ​ Explore Dreams Whether it's a super real dream or nightmares, you can begin to understand your dreams Learn More Understand All About Sleep Learn effective sleep habits. Understand being a day person or night person, see why we actually need precious sleep Learn More COPYRIGHT 2006-2022 Contact me at Info@ThisIsDiana.com Blogger

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    The Full Story Mission TID was Created to Find a Holistic, Common Sense, Creative and Practical Way of Healing. Here you will find: Sleep Science Coaching and Dream Work using the Sleep Sweet Spot way, Home and Space Sanctuary Design, The use of wellness and artistic tools to design your life, Space Design specifically made to create a restorative, healing sanctuary to promote healing and ultimately vital energy Timely and, quality useful information and resources including both free and lux products. About Diana (@Dianatheemapth About This is Diana (TID) This is Diana is the place to Design Your Life with Beauty Your Sleep Sweet Spot Your Sleep Swee Spot is a sleep routine, ritual, space design, schedule, and philosophy that implements bio-individuality. It provides you the best, most restorative sleep, optimal restoration, balance, and vital energy for your unique sleep cycle—nocturnal, diurnal, or alternative shift sleeper. It considers your specific physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual needs. It also considers environmental, technological advances, and global interconnection, using what works and upgrading it to adjust with ongoing changes. meditation Helps in EVERY-way Connection All is ONE Memoir Memoir on Resilience meditation Helps in EVERY-way 1/21

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