Don’t skimp on a mattress (and a nice pair of sheets)
We will spend about one-third of our life sleeping (or at least rolling around with anxiety attempting to do so). So if you’re still snoozing on the same mattress you’ve had since college, you’re overdue for an upgrade. This is an investment that will pay itself back -- after all, backaches are no joke and getting good rest is essential for mental well-being. But rather than debating Casper vs. Tempur-Pedic vs. Leesa, it’s more about focusing on what kind of sleeper you are and what type of support you want and pairing that with a mattress material. Expect to drop at least $400-600 and up to $2,500, but remember, this new mattress could last you a decade, so the money will be well-spent. For sheets, focus on breathable, durable fabrics, like long-staple cotton or linen.