A Good Night’s Sleep is a MUST for Any Blogger (Giveaway)

Okay– let me just say this. If I do not get my sleep at night, my blogging is pretty much nonexistent the next day. Janice and Susan are night owls and work best late at night. Me? I am a total morning person (which is why we all work so well together), which means that I have to sleep at night. Before a couple of weeks ago, my sleep patterns were hit and miss. Then I discovered Therapedic Memorelle “Stomach Sleeper” pillows with Dacron Memorelle and since then I have SLEPT like a baby!

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Honestly, before I got these pillows to try out, I really never paid that much attention to “how” I slept in bed. I think that is why I always tossed and turned a lot. I knew I slept on my stomach most of the night, but did not realize that sleeping on a pillow made for people who are stomach sleepers would help me to have a better night’s rest.

About the Therapedic™ Memorelle Stomach Sleeper Pillow

Therapedic pillows with new DACRON“ Memorelle“’  featuring SMART technology are a memory foam-like alternative that’s gentler on pressure points and more adaptable to the sleepers movements. The SMART technology gives the pillow a fluid movement so pressure is more evenly distributed and the head and neck rest comfortably. For medium support the  Memorelle Stomach Sleeper Pillow features a 2″ gusset with curved corners to push the Fill to the center.
The pillows have 400 ­thread count 100% cotton covers and are available in Standard/Queen and King sizes. MSRP is $29.99 – $49.99 for Standard/Queen Size and $39.99 – $59.99 for the King. Available Exclusively at most Bed Bath & Beyond stores.

Enter to win

2 winners are each going to receive a set of 2 Therapedic Memorelle Stomach Sleeper Pillows with the new Dacron Memorelle material. Just use the Rafflecopter form below to enter this giveaway. New to Rafflecopter? Watch this 45-second videoon how to enter!

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Comments

  1. Annie Griswold says

    I usually sleep on my side or back. I rotate between both sides and my back every night. I would LOVE these pillows. They look so comfortable, and I know I need to replace my pillow. (It’s not very comfortable) :-/

    • says

      I sleep on my side too, and occasionally on my back. It is curious, once I get comfortable I do not move during the night. Have you tried this pillow Annie? I really have problems with my pillows, and I would like to try it but first I need to know whether it works.

  2. says

    I used to be a die-hard stomach sleeper until after my second child, I think. Now I have four children and I can’t remember the last time I comfortably slept on my stomach all night. I now mostly sleep on my right side or back.

  3. Cheryl Rahkonen says

    I toss and turn so much that I sleep in all positions. I think I might even stand on my head once or twice during the night. lol

  4. Linda Stewart says

    Before gastric bypass I was a total stomach sleeper. After gastric bypass I pretty much stay on my back. I’ve tried stomach sleeping several times but I just can’t seem to get comfortable.

  5. says

    Since I have many aches and pains due to degenerative disk disease, arthritis etc., I need to constantly change positions to help with the pain. One of these pillows would help a lot :)

  6. Austin Baroudi says

    I try to sleep on my back but it always changes due to the constant movement my girlfirend does durin the night!

  7. Stacey Roberson says

    I am definitely a stomach sleeper! I was very uncomfortable in my last 5-6 months of pregnancy, since I couldn’t sleep on my stomach =(

    Thanks so much for the giveaway!

  8. Jemima P says

    I’ve always been a stomach sleeper, but as I’m getting older, I’m finding it difficult to get comfortable in any position.

  9. Tiffany Richardson says

    I also sleep on my stomach for most of the night. I never thought of using a pillow underneath it to try and sleep better. I’ve heard stretching before bed also helps to prevent tossing and turning, but I have yet to try it. A sleeping mask has improved my quality of sleep as well since I don’t open my eyes as often then.

  10. Liz says

    I used to be a stomach sleeper, but now it’s side or back. Also, my husband has this type of pillow and I keep stealing his. Winning this would make him very happy!

  11. Laurie Harrison says

    I sleep (if you can call it sleep) on all sides of my body. I toss, turn, roll over. I have not had a goods night sleep in months. Love that these are made for tummy sleepers. My daughter is a stomach sleeper all the time!

  12. Mya Murphy says

    side, but I start out on my stomach.. I don’t use my pillow hardly at all. My husband IS my pillow… I lay my head on his shoulder and dream of him all night.. God, I LOVE my man :)

  13. Samantha Daleo says

    I usually sleep on my side. I LOVE sleeping on my tummy but it always makes my back hurt for some reason.

  14. michelle colon says

    i am a stomach sleeper! it was the worst being pregnant and not being able to sleep on my stomach for months!

  15. Kristi says

    I sleep on my sides. Unfortunately, since having my babies I haven’t been able to sleep on my stomach…it is not comfortable anymore :(

  16. Jessica says

    I usually sleep on my side. I really need a good pillow to help support my head. Everyone loves a comfty pillow!

  17. Beth Palacios says

    I always sleep on my stomache. It was hard for me when I was pregnant, not being able to. I got used to sleeping on my side, but now I’m back to sleeping on my tummy. 😉

  18. Sandy says

    On my stomach, but the new pillows we bought are horrible so I wake up with neck pain most days!

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  19. Marcy Strahan says

    I mostly sleep on my sides ..tossing back & forth from each one all night. I only sleep on my back when in a recline chair or many pillow propping me up at an incline. I cannot sleep on my tummy at all b/c of surgeries I have had & well my tummy is just too big.

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