Many people believe that making the bed every morning seems like a waste of time, so what is the point of arranging all those blankets, sheets, and pillows? The actual benefit of making the bed every morning goes beyond just making the room look neater and cleaner, and it is not just for neat freaks and homemakers. 

Tidying up your room and making your bed have a significant impact on your sleep quality and health. That is why I am sharing the three benefits of making the bed every morning with you.

A feeling of accomplishment

Making the bed every morning is linked to better productivity and overall health, according to the book “The Power of Habit” by Charles Duhigg. Getting that small but important task done first thing in the morning helps me boost my confidence, stay focused, and motivate me to tackle everything on my to-do list.

Better sleep

Having a clean and organized sleep environment helps us rest and relax more easily, leading to better nights of sleep. Many people suffer from sleep disorders or don’t meet adequate sleep hours, so making the bed is also a public health matter. 

Enhanced organization

Just straightening up the bed and quickly tidying up the room is all you need to create a sleep hygiene routine to improve your health. 

  • Eliminate paper and work materials or any other distractions from the bedroom. 
  • Use curtains to control the light and noise. 
  • Invest in good-quality bedding. 

A healthy night of sleep and a morning routine that includes making the bed also helps us create other healthy habits such as exercising regularly and eating healthier. 

Don’t forget that your living space is tied up to your mental health. A chaotic, stressful sleep environment can lead to cluttered and anxious minds.

Why we chose Sijo for our bed

Di is Organized partnered with Sijo for three reasons: sustainability, quality, and it is easy to care for. Use Code: DIISORGANIZED10 for 10% OFF of your order.

Sijo‘s French linen is derived from flax, and it does not require much water. In addition, the materials are Oeko-Tex Certified, meaning it is safe on the skin and free of toxic, harsh or harmful chemicals and detergents. Each batch is sourced from the Normandy region of France, an area known for producing some of the best linen in the world. French linen sheets keep you cool in the summer months and warm during the winter. It’s also easy to care for since it just requires gentle machine wash and can be tumble dry on low.

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* Sijo gifted us the beautiful bedding photographed for this post. The views, ideas, and opinions expressed here are my own. Thank you for supporting the companies and brands that we love. We might get a commission for purchases made through links in this post, or when you use our discount code. Use Code: DIISORGANIZED10 for 10% OFF of your order.


Don’t forget to count on us if you need a private consultation. We can help you figure out what are the best steps to accomplish your home organizing goals. We also create a personalized shopping guide to organize that odd space or your dream pantry. Send us an email or check out our Virtual Organizing Services

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