Last week’s must-read snooze news is coming in hot! We’ve got a sibling sleep rivalry, an eye-opening wall bed recall, a leveled up gaming experience, some sizzling Bridgerton bedtime stories, and a look at the adorable way in which baby owls sleep.
Serena Williams Calls Out Sister Venus for Ruining Her Sleep
Serena Williams took to her Instagram stories to tell her followers about how her sister, Venus, ruined her sleeping schedule. (You may remember our coverage of Venus’ GhostBed collection back in February.) The tennis star siblings had attended the wedding of Brooklyn Beckham, son of David and Victoria Beckham, and Nikola Peltz on April 10, according to Essentially Sports.
Serena posted one story saying how tired she was and that she was going to bed. Six hours later, she posted another story to the Meta platform explaining that her sister had kept her on the phone until 5 a.m. With a young daughter, she knew she’d be waking up early on top of it all, closing out by stating, ”Thanks, Venus. You’re going down.”
‘My Sister Is a Problem’ – Serena Williams Opens up on How Sister Venus Williams Ruined Her Sleeping Schedule
Wall Beds Sold on Costco and Amazon Recalled
Bestar wall beds have found themselves in the latest sleep recall which was announced on April 7th, reports NPR. About 129,000 wall beds sold at retailers like Wayfair, Costco, and Amazon have been recalled by Bestar and U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) due to “serious impact and crush hazards.”
Bestar recommends you stop using these recalled beds immediately and says they will be refunding reinstallation costs. If you’re unsure if your bed is a part of this recall, you are entitled to a free inspection. For additional questions and concerns, consumers can call Bestar at 888-912-8458, email at Bestar8577@stericycle.com, or online at https://www.bestar.com/wall-bed-recall or www.bestar.com.
Wall Beds Sold at Amazon and Costco Recalled Due to ‘Crush Hazards’
Go From ‘Sleep to Gaming at the Touch of a Button’
Japanese gaming furniture brand, Bauhutte, partnering with age-old Japanese mattress manufacturer Nishikawa, has updated its portfolio with the ultimate sleep to gaming experience – the BGB-100FA bed.
According to HYPEBEAST, this revolutionary sleep space fits in with the brand’s existing desk, closet space, and food pantry, and features two newly added motors. You can purchase this bed here for ¥84,000 JPY or approximately $680 USD.
Bauhutte Takes Its Gaming Bed Concept to a Whole New Level
‘Bridgerton’ Heartthrob Jonathan Bailey Releases Calm Story
This is not a drill folks. Lord Anthony Bridgerton himself can now gently rock you to sleep with the soothing sound of his voice, and it’s all thanks to Calm. Marie Claire writes that the heartthrob actor, Jonathan Bailey, reads “Love Letter From an Englishman” in this bedtime delight.
In addition to this bedtime story that’s obviously being added to your nighttime docket, you can indulge in a story by another Bridgerton star, Regé-Jean Page, who narrated “The Prince and the Naturalist” for Calm back in 2021.
‘Bridgerton’ Heartthrob Jonathan Bailey Adds Voice to Sleep Stories on Calm
Did You Know That Baby Owls Sleep on Their Stomachs?
Nerdist reports that baby owls sleep while laying down on their tummies. Why? Because their little, adorable heads are too heavy. Situating themselves this way ensures that they don’t tumble out of a tree while taking a nap. While most owls live in hollows, making the babies safe, some do snooze on branches.
You can find photos of these adorable baby owls from owl cafes in Japan or try perusing Twitter for some shots of them out in the wild. You’re welcome.
BABY OWLS SLEEP ON THEIR TUMMIES, RIP ME