Your Sleep Position Reveals Your Personality So Accurately It’s Scary

It is said that humans spend about one third of our life sleeping. This is the time when our body recoups, releases hormones to promote growth, repairs cells, tissues as well as helps you helps you function well the next day. So.. it’s kind of important.

It is said that Winston Churchill use to take a two-hour nap every day at 5pm and would be able to do one and a half day’s worth of work. Think that’s weird? Leonardo Da Vinci use to take 20-minute naps every four hours to recharge his brain. Mariah Carey’s voice is precious to her and requires sleeping with 20 humidifiers around her.

Most of us common folks aren’t as eccentric, but did you know that the position you sleep can reveal what type person you are? Well, it’s assumed that some specific personality traits are linked to specific sleeping patterns. Even though there are some people who move around a lot or sleep with their extremities in weird position, these are what common sleep positions (as illustrated by Maya Borenstein for LittleThings) reveals about your personality.


Log position is when the sleeper is on their side, legs extended straight and arms by their sides. This is the second most popular position. Log sleepers are very social, engaging and easygoing people. They are also very trusting which can sometimes make them easy preys for people.
The yearner position looks a lot like the log. The person sleeps on their sides but their arms are stretched out in front of them. As if the arm gesture wasn’t enough, it is said that people who sleep like this are usually very inviting and open. Yet, they can be suspicious and are often very cynical. Yearners like to take their time making sure of their decisions, but once their minds are set, it’s set in stone.
A person that sleeps in soldier position is one that sleeps on their back with their arms straight down at their side. Solider sleepers, as the name implies, takes themselves very seriously and are very structured. They have high expectations for themselves and the people surrounding them. And because they’re sleeping on their back, they have a higher tendency to snore.
A freefaller sleep on their stomach, head to either side, with their arms wrapped around a pillow. As the name suggests, freefallers are very sociable and open. Yet they can be so to-the-point that it comes off as a bit rude. They may seem free spirited most of the time, but freefallers are also secretly anxious, crave control, and are easily sensitive to criticism.
The starfish position is the least popular sleeping position. Starfish sleepers lie on their back with their legs stretched out, and their arms stretched up by their head. People who sleep like this are very loyal and makes friendship a huge priority in their lives. They will always be there to listen to the problems of their friends and will go out their way to help when they can.
The fetal position, in which a person sleeps on their side with their legs curled up, is one of the most popular positions. It’s been guessed that about 41 percent of people sleep this way. People sleeping in fetal positions have a tough exterior, but are very shy and sensitive on the inside. They can also over-think problems and worry unnecessarily.

The Shocking Truth About Rainbow Valley On Mt Everest

**Warning: Graphic Images**

With the recent tragic events in Nepal, we’ve discovered another sad side of it – one that has been decades in the making. This story is about the trail to Mt. Everest, the world’s highest mountain. For decades experienced mountaineers have tried to reach the summit of this dangerous peak, yet over 200 people have died doing so.

Rainbow Valley is located on the mountain’s Northeast Ridge Route and got its name from the colorful coats of dead hikers that have not been recovered. The bodies are frozen and mummified into their surroundings within the Death Zone. Here, the oxygen level is low and supplementary oxygen might be needed or else you can suffocate to death.

There are about 150 corpses left on the route, many still in full climbing gear.


Some of the corpses are decades old. In 1924, George Mallory, who attempted to climb Everest.


While some of the climbers might have fallen down, it’s likely that many of them just gave up.


This body is now used as a landmark and is known as Green Boots Cave. It’s believed to be Indian climber, Tsewang Paljor, who crawled into a cave in an effort to survive.


Due to the great possibility of death, climbers are basically required to sign their lives away. If they die, they have given permission to their guides to leave their bodies on the hillside or they can agree to pay a $30,000 recovery fee.



These Two Women Are Both Over 100 Years Old And Their Thoughts on Selfies Will Leave You In Stitches

These two ladies add up to over 200 years of knowledge. They’re both centenarians and have been best friends since they were 5! The year was 1918 and they were both in first grade, the Foxtrot dance was popular, and Nelson Mandela was unknown to the world.

Funny man, Steve Harvey thought it would be funny to interview Irene Cook and Alice Jensen about today’s pop culture. Interestingly enough, they’re pretty in tune with it! You can’t help but laugh as you watch one explain to the other what a “selfie” is, how they feel about Justin Bieber, and other important current pop culture.

The Fastest Way To Make Cheesecake, Ever!

If, like most people, you just don’t want to create a huge mess baking up a delicious cheesecake, here is a recipe that you can whip (literally!) up in about 15mins.  These bite-size cheesecake stuffed strawberries are so delicious looking! After seeing how quick and simple they were to make, I think I know what I will be doing every time I have a cheesecake or strawberry craving from now on.


What Did These Daredevils Do After Climbing This Giant Canyon?

A lot of people have pretty extreme things on their bucket list – mainly skydiving. These daredevils found skydiving still a bit too safe so they opted for an even more extreme activity.

If you want to experience, what some might consider, the largest “swing” in the world, get yourself to Moab, Utah.  This will be unlike any swing you’ve ever been on!

I’m not sure about you, but watching this video made me nervous yet excited all at the same time.