Remember when you were a kid and you spent hours each day letting your mind wander and create? Maybe you didn't accomplish anything, but today you look back on that time as the happiest in your life. Why?
Newsflash: you are still that kid and you have the very same right to relax now as you did then. We'll show you why it's good for you, but in your heart, you instinctively know that already. You always knew that. You just got talked out of it.
Rebel, friend. It's simple to get that peaceful feeling back. Just set out to accomplish nothing. We'll help you.
It's no coincidence that the most culturally rich, artistically prolific countries in the world are the ones that make time for relaxing. Being busy all the time is a new phenomenon and a sadly addictive one, leaving your mind working like an adding machine. If you've forgotten how to relax, as so many people have, we'll take you back to square one and help you get back on the path of peace.
Like an old pair of jeans, a lived-in hammock is luxurious. And like those jeans, you'll get bonus years of use by keeping it clean. Care and cleaning is almost as easy as napping in it, if you follow these simple tips.
The cartoon image of people flipping around and tangling up in hammocks doesn't happen much in real life. (But it's funny when it does). The real danger of a cushy cotton, woven using the ancient Mayan's soft diamond pattern, is that once you get in one, you may never want to get up.
Sure, you can sleep in a hammock. You've done it: magazine flopped over your face, a sweet lemonade dribble down your chin. But many South American cultures use them as their primary bed, and we all know they are among the liveliest, happiest cultures in the world. Find out why.
Hammock Buying Guide: How to Choose the Perfect Hammock
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