#MicroblogMondays: Bedtime Magic Rediscovered.


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As it turns out, Jeff’s been having the same sleep issues as I have. We sleeps fine when he’s in his hotel all week but has trouble when he comes home on the weekends, just as I do. We both believe it’s the bed.

So I did a little research on Friday.

A side note: Did you know you can buy mattresses on Amazon? AND THEY ARE REASONABLY PRICED? I legit thought we were going to have to spend three grand on a new bed AND go to a furniture store to try it all out. But apparently in 11 years the internet has become a viable channel for the purchasing of bed frames and mattresses.

After a particularly bad night of sleep for both of us Friday night, over coffee on Saturday morning, we went ahead and bought a new memory foam mattress from Amazon which was highly rated by a number of websites. Because we currently sleep on a traditional bed with a boxspring, we needed a new frame as well, so I found a platform frame on Wayfair that was on sale.

Both were WAY less expensive than I expected.

Both are being delivered tomorrow.

The internet totally rocks.

In the meantime, this weekend, Jeff took down our frame and headboard and put our old mattress on the floor. I feel like I’m in college again – sleeping on the floor WHEEEEEE! – but I have to be honest: the past two nights I’ve felt a lot less movement and have slept pretty well.

So I have high hopes for my sleep in the coming weeks.

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2 Responses to #MicroblogMondays: Bedtime Magic Rediscovered.

  1. Turia says:

    I read Frugalwoods and she adores her cheap Amazon mattress. I hope yours is great too!

  2. Mel says:

    I want to hear more once you’ve had a chance to sleep on it. We need to replace our mattress. Our bed makes us miserable, but I just don’t have the emotional energy to go mattress shopping.

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