Napping And Dwelling In A Mattress Millennial Set New Trend

26-year old Hillary Benton is giving tips on spending most of the time in bed. Diet Coke and Klonopin is the new blog she proposes to start, to share her thoughts on this topic.

Young ladies like to spend most of their time in bed. There is an enormous population like Benton who just want to dwell in a mattress. The group gets a new name “homebody economy”.

Decrease your time off the bed and I will share some ways and techniques to do it easily, says the young Benton. She says, “Though I am joking about the blog that I am yet to start, I am serious about spending most of my time in bed”.

Just stow all your skincare merchandise for morning and night in a basket and enjoy relaxing in your bed. she says. Avoid the shower, is another advice given by her. To shower, you have to stand upright and you will be sprayed with water. Just lie down in a tub, add some bubbles and enjoy your time inside it. The bathtub is almost as good as a mattress, she adds further.

Young Americans spend most of their time “ensconced in their homes” says statistics. The American Time Use Survey performed by the Bureau of Labor Statistics in the US has confirmed that 70 percent of the millennials spend their time dwelling in the comforts of their bed.

Such youngsters spend most of their cash on food and speak about self-care says the survey. Streaming services are making the most of such people. Danielle Silveira, the advertising director says that people love to sit on their sofa with Amazon and Hulu. No one wants to go out and stand in a line or drive to the nearby grocery retailer.

Lindsey Andrews of Minibar says that 50 percent of sales are for wine, which sometimes is for one or two bottles of low-alcohol drinks.