I’m Molly, and since I was a young child, I’ve been all about creations and creating. One of my first creations was the construction of a tiny cardboard Barbie house that my sister and mother assisted me with. During elementary school, I was given a computer – my first – and I was taught how to use it. Before long, I came across the World Wide Web, loving it so much that I wanted to learn about computer science.
I always regarded sleeping as one of the most important things in a person’s life, which led me to my obsession to learn about sleeping and materials. About 10 years later, I became a mom, and using the skills I have for Internet browsing, I wanted to find out what bedding material was best for my child. Years of research has uncovered lies and truth about organic bed sheets.
I began purchasing bed sheets for my bed, spending thousands of dollars before I realized what the different thread counts felt like, what it was like to sleep under linen, organic cotton and whatever.
Should You Believe A Word I Say?
Okay, so I don’t have a degree in fabrics and I’m not an expert on the subject. However, I do know a thing or two about sleeping and quality sleep – something I’ve been doing quite well for the last 15 years.
What Do I Think Of These Sheets?
Good sheets should be easy to take care, be reasonably priced, comfortable and durable. Most importantly, they should be organic. The majority of sheets are comprised of cotton, with quality organic cotton ensuring a soft feel and breathability.