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Thursday, October 31, 2013

Nighty Night Sleep Tight Giveaway

The quest for my readers to win Smart Silk Pillows continues. I lost track of how many group giveaways I've signed up for that offered this prize. Though, in this giveaway, it isn't the only prize. Check out all that you can win here. And, enter before 11/15 to win.
Make Our Own Network
Prize:
Pair of Smart Silk Pillows (M.R.R.R.'s Review)
Chicken Soup for the Soul: Devotional Stories for Wives (A.L.L.'s Review)
Citrus Clear Organic Sensitive Wash (A.L.L.'s Review)
Lifetime Holiday 4-Film Collection (A.L.L.'s Review)
Bath Path Mineral Sea Soak (M.R.R.R.'s Review)
ARV $170
Hosted by:
Monica's Rants Raves and Reviews
and 
Make Our Own Network

**If you are a company and would like to see your brand advertised in a M.O.O.N. event similar to this please contact MakeOurOwnNetwork@gmail.com
This giveaway is open to the Continental US only (because of shipping costs) and will end on November 15th, 2013
"Make Our Own Network" solely organized this event and I received no compensation for this publication. My opinions are 100% my own and may differ from your own or even those stated in this post. Java John Z's is not responsible for sponsor prize shipment.

64 comments:

  1. I think the most important part is keeping tv and other distracting things out of the bedroom. And to have a routine that your body can get used to

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  2. not drinking caffeine in the evening.

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  3. Not going to bed with a lot on my mind. Put it off until tomorrow.

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  4. I try not to be too stressed out about things I cannot control. I keep a low light on (I like to read in bed) and soft music to relax me. nothing more distracting like a TV. I'd never get sleep!

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  5. Going to bed and getting up at the same time everyday helps me get a good sleep.

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  6. No light in the room and a regular bedtime and getting up at the same time every day.

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  7. I think of only pleasant things & fall asleep with a smile...

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  8. Not having things on my mind!

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  9. Reading usually makes me sleepy,

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  10. Getting in a good workout during the day always helps me sleep well at night. I always notice a different on days that I'm not as active.

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  11. Waiting until I'm really tired to go to sleep

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  12. I try to go to bed at the same time every night and no coffee after 2.

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  13. taking a shower before bed makes me relaxed and when i get in bed its cozy so i go straight to sleep.

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  14. For me, not having a TV or radio in the bedroom and using light-blocking blinds and curtains really helps to get me in the groove of relaxing and falling right asleep when my head hits the pillows.

    Geoff K
    gkaufmanss at yahoo dot com

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  15. Creating a very nice environment. Lavendar scented candle, dark room, comfortable temp. I have to feel comfortable and relaxed for a good night sleep which makes my day wonderful.

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  16. A comfrotable bed/linens is very important when trying to fall asleep

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  17. Go to bed. same time every night.

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  18. My routine for a good night's sleep includes yogic breathing exercise and light meditation. It relaxes me and clears my mind.

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  19. I actually drink a cup of coffee and wind down seems to make me sleepy?

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  20. I would love their silk mattress pad!!

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  21. A SOFT SOFT Mattress is the trick for me. Good gosh almighty but there are not many really actually SOFT mattresses out there. I have become the FOAM queen. soft soft sink into..... that did it. Oh that plus MY OWN ROOM away from snorers, kickers, and people who insist on having the bloody TV on til past midnight!!!

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  22. I think trying to get to bed at the same time every night and have a foam gel pillow helps my sleep.

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  23. wearing my sleep mask or Night Night Mask as my kids call it. Also, taking a tylenol PM is helpful.

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  24. As contradictory as it sounds, not be too tired (over-tired really) when I head to bed helps. If I am too tired, I get a serious case of RLS.

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  25. I would love a set of sheets!

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  26. The best thing for me is to try to stick to a routine, in and out of bed at the same time. kekagel(at)yahoo.com

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  27. It's all about my mattress - good mattress = good nights sleep

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  28. I have a routine like fluff pillows, make sure blankets & sheets are in their place, and that I have my fan on. Without those, I don't sleep well. Weird, I know!

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  29. turning of my phone, drink a cup of pepperment tea and having my hubby next to me.

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  30. Going to bed at the same time every night...at least weekdays!

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  31. we do not drink caffeine late at night.
    gabbflabber at live.com

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  32. I use a sleep mask and sleep when I am tired - I am retired and enjoy the varied hours after a lifetime of having to be on a schedule

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  33. I use lavendar pillow mist to help us relax

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  34. drink beer and watch re-runs of Bonanza

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  35. Cuddle up w/ a good book n read til I got sleepy

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  36. For me the bedroom has to be dark and quite. I like it kind of cool. Since I don't have heat that's not exactly a problem now. I need the right amount of covers and most of all I need a good comfy pillow.

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  37. I REALLY love the down comforter.

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  38. I have to sleep listening to classical music on the radio.

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  39. I have to always wash my makeup off, nothing is worse than waking up in the morning with smudged makeup around my eyes...stings my eyes too

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  40. two things for good sleep a good mattress and the right pillows so your head is at the right angle .

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  41. I have to be warm ( or cool in the summer ) to get a restful night's sleep

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  42. It has to be quiet and the room dark for me to fall asleep.

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  43. Not handling anything stressful right before bedtime is important in my routine.

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  44. Personally, having my chihuahua Little Bit curled up beside me is when I can rest easy. When I'm away from home I can't sleep at all. It just feels wrong when she isn't beside me. I also have to keep a fan going both for the white noise and because I can't sleep if the air isn't moving.

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  45. Personally I have formed an odd habit of using my phone to put me to sleep. I fall asleep every night while on the Internet lol. Over the weekend I was visiting family and didn't have cell service so I started playing Tetris and fell right asleep. It's just like me to be opposite of everyone else including my sleep habits lol.

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  46. i have to drink chamomile tea and take a nice bubble bath or else i really dont sleep well at all

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  47. I think that having the ability to relax and unwind after a long day and a nice cup of herbal tea help me to be able to get a restful nights sleep.

    jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

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  48. I would also love the Smart Silk Comforter.

    jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

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  49. I have a special pillow for neck support and it helps me sleep better

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  50. I read until my eyes get tired and usually konk out pretty quickly.

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  51. nice warm bath before bath helps me sleep better
    brich22 at earthlink dot net

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  52. the right room temperature and darkness helps me sleep.

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  53. I would love to have a set of their sheets on my bed!

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  54. The most important part of my sleep routine is exercise during the day. I sleep best when I am physically tired.

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  55. I hot bath always relaxes me in the evening :)

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  56. Going to bed at the same time every night.

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  57. removing as many distractions as possible

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