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Friday, August 16, 2013

SmartSilk Pillows Giveaway

Who needs new pillows? I can certainly use them. Nobody else should enter this so I can win them. :) Assuming you choose to ignore that, US residents can enter through 8/30. Good luck.

Welcome to the SmartSilk Giveaway!

Hosted by: Savory Savings

Co-hosts: Tunica Mama and Frugal Washington Mommy

Sponsored by: SmartSilk

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Enter for your chance to win two SmartSilk pillows. Ends 8/30.

Are you an allergy or asthma sufferer?  If you are like many who do, your pillow may be a huge culprit to your nighttime symptoms.  Pillows are harbingers of dust mites, skin cells and other gross things you likely don’t want hanging around near your face.  SmartSilk brings you bedding and pillows that are naturally hypo-allergenic and are not nice homes for things like dust mites.
 
Krista over at Savory Savings had the chance to review two pillows from SmartSilk  - check out her review and see why she loved that these pillows help regulate temperature, resist things like mildew and mold, as well as are comfortable for both her husband and herself!

If you would like to win two pillows from SmartSilk (and $130 value!), enter with the Giveaway Tool below.  This giveaway will be open to US residents, ages 18 and older.  It will run from August 16, 2013 and end on August 30, 2013 at 11 PM CST.

Good luck!
Savory Savings did not receive any compensation for this post.  Disclosure: Savory Savings and Pea of Sweetness did receive some products for free and are sharing their opinions with you.  Opinions may differ from yours.  Savory Savings and Java John Z's are not responsible for sponsor prize shipment.  This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed, administered by, or associated with Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest or any social media outlet.  We hereby release Facebook of any liability.  The post may contain affiliate links. Winner(s) will be contacted by email and will have 48 hours after the giveaway ends to respond before another winner is selected.  All entries will be verified. 

64 comments:

  1. When I have trouble sleeping I find a warm bath helps.

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  2. I usually put on some quiet music.

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  3. I read a book until my eyes get tired.

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  4. I read or take melatonin and/or benadryl to go to sleep.

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  5. I watch shows in which people are trying to buy homes. Puts me and my wife asleep in minutes.

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  6. I usually just lay there. Eventually I'll fall asleep. If I get up or do anything it'll just take longer.

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  8. Watch Letterman's monologue...that will bore you to sleep.

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  9. I put on some boring channel and set the tv timer....that and Valium usually does the trick. scain54 (at) aol (dot) come

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  10. Sometimes I read until I'm ready to fall asleep.

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  11. When I can't fall asleep, I read on my kindle.

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  12. I put on a quiet boring channel like the Golf channel, set the tv timer and drift off. Valium helps too. scain54 (at) aol (dot) com

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  13. I have two kids, one sleeps in my room. i can never sleep. but when i am up and the kids are sleeping, i just lay next to my kitty :)

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  14. I used to play on my ipod until I was ready to sleep. Now I have a baby who uses a white noise app to sleep. I'm usually tired enough at the end of the day to just fall asleep.

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  15. After going through a million tissues, I have some sleepy time tea, more tissue and finally sleep... HELP! I would love to have these pillows. The nights are the worst for my allergies.

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  16. I take Benadryl if I absolutely have to get some sleep. Otherwise I read until I do fall asleep, or just get up and go with out.

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  17. Hmm, this one is a tough question, as I always have troubles sleeping. I find that if I can eliminate distractions--tv and internet, that helps, as well as maybe drinking a cup of chamomile tea before bed.

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  18. Ugh. Don't get me started. Sometimes I absolutely dread nighttime.

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  19. usually go downstairs and read with the TV on (something stupid is ALWAYS on) for background "noise". This way it doesn't bother hubby and usually makes me tired (although sometimes I fall asleep on the couch)

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  20. Reading always helps me, a good boring book.

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  21. Some nights use a relaxing exercise. I breathe slow and think about relaxing one part of my body at a time. In the end I'm always surprised by which parts of my body are really tense.

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  22. I usually either read or watch TV. Eventually I dose off.

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  23. Occasionally I might watch tv until I get tired.

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  24. I pretend I'm on a boat. Silly, maybe, but it works every time! :D

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  25. I wish I had a better answer to this but at least I have a prescription. The hormone cream doesn't hurt though... ;)

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  26. A good book and a cup of hot chocolate help me!

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  27. When I can't sleep I usually change my position by rotating 180 degrees...for some reason this seems to help

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  28. Let's call it pharmaceutical assistance. ;)

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  29. i usually read until I fall asleep or watch t.v. but I must say that I have 3 kids and I am in college so I don't find it hard to fall asleep most nights :) lol

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  30. I've done a sleepy time yoga routine a few times. It really releases a lot of tension.

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  31. I take melatonin
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  32. I sometimes take an advil pm.

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  33. I used to work in my sewing room until I was too tired to stay awake. That was pre-baby days though.

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  34. Journaling is also a good way to wind down. Something I also used to do nightly.

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  35. Happy living through modern chemistry!

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  36. If I'm really lucky, melatonin will work. Hubby just has to watch Mythbusters. Works like a charm!

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  37. The hormone cream helps sometimes!

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  38. I pray, I read, sometimes I drink some Sleepy Time Tea. I play a mental game where I say every word I know of a certain letter; for example, every word that begins with "A".

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  39. I wear ear plugs if outside noises are bothering me. Something I've been doing since college.

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  40. Count sheep. I'm up to 6 until the butcher comes.

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  41. Cry, ha. If the stress is that bad it can release a lot of tension.

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  42. It's a long list. I don't get enough sleep.

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  43. I either turn on the tv or read. I was told to do something boring when I can't sleep but I can't figure what is boring in the middle of the night.

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  44. Knock on wood, if I use the hormone cream, I actually sleep. I've been practically passing out in bed the last few days.

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