Are that person who stays up late and wakes up late. Or maybe you stay up late and still manage to roll out of bed early every morning? Either way, you are what we like to call a night owl! You get most of your energy at night and that is really when you have the most fun and are the most productive. But being a night owl is sometimes lonely. A large portion of the world sleeps at night and works during the day. So what do you do to keep busy when most people snuggled in their bed? Browse the internet? Read? Exercise? Those are all nice ways to stay productive but we’ve got a few suggestions that can help keep things fun!
Round up all of your fellow night owls and challenge them to a game of monopoly. Depending on who is playing, this game could last for hours and it never really gets boring unless you are losing. Everyone all of a sudden gets bored when they’re no longer winning. Reach out to friends and family to see if they would be up for a late-night board game.
This one requires running and possibly decent hand/eye coordination. So if you are not good at one or the other, then maybe you can just sit this one out? Or not! If you and a few friends have a good amount of energy to burn, then capture the flag is the best way to do this. Remember this is not the time to remind everyone that you were almost drafted. The keyword here is “almost.” Just have and try not to take it too seriously.
Sometimes you need a little peace and quiet. While running around and screaming at the top of your lungs because you just lost all of your houses in monopoly is fun, quiet is unbeatable. Chess is the best quiet-time game around. Just remember if you haven’t played in a while, then you might end up with a slight headache when all is said and done. This is ALL strategy. So start plotting on how you plan to take down the queen!
No more counting sheep! Embrace being a night owl and use these games to keep your mind occupied.
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Please note, Selk'bag Kids models are intended for children ages 7 years and older.
A proper fit is essential to fully enjoying all the Selk'bag has to offer and for ensuring the safety of your child. A bag that is too large for your child can represent a tripping risk when your child attempts to walk in the bag.
Please note, that the sizing recommendations are meant for children of average weight as sizing is impacted by user weight. For example, a Selk'bag will fit a child of below average weight with a taller frame, similar to a child of average weight and a shorter frame. Likewise, a person of above average weight will require a bag meant for someone taller.
Minimum Height: 4'0" / 122 cm
Maximum Height: 4'6" / 137 cm
Kids Large: *
Minimum Height: 4'6" / 137 cm
Maximum Height: 4'11" / 150 cm
* Please note, Kids size Large is significantly less wide than the Adult size Small. An adult that measures between 4'6" and 4'11" should use the Adult Small over Kids Large.
A proper fit is essential to fully enjoying all the Selk'bag has to offer. Please note, that the sizing recommendations are meant for people of average weight and sizing is impacted by user weight. For example, a Selk'bag will fit a person of below average weight with a taller frame that exceeds the guidelines. Likewise, a person of above average weight will require a bag meant for someone taller.
In-between sizes? Please first consider the weight recommendations in the previous paragraph. Second, please understand that a looser fit is better for more comfortable sleeping, while a tighter fit is better for mobility - but may restrict sleeping comfort if booties are left on.
We always recommend to size up if you are not completely sure. It's better to have a little bit more room while using your Selk'bag!
If you are between 5'5'' and 5'11'' this is your size. It can fit up to 6'1'' if you intend to use it without booties
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