28 December 2016

Sleep better with a Leesa mattress



Sleep is so important, especially when you're a mother of two and a full-time blogger like myself. I have a routine most evenings where I'll watch something fun on Netflix and aim to get into bed for 11pm. Having a one year old that sleeps in my bedroom means that my nights are often unpredictable and sleep deprivation is something I experience quite often. Sleep deprivation is highly common and has adverse affects on people. This is due to many different reasons, from waking up because of your baby crying to having a mattress which is not compatible with your body. 

I recently ordered a Leesa mattress online and it arrived quite quickly in a box. Yes, I did say a box! I found this so practical and I easily manoeuvred it into the bedroom. The way the Leesa mattress is packaged is just perfect, especially for small apartments. I positioned the rolled up mattress onto the base of my bed, tore the plastic wrapper and it slowly sprung into place. It was quite a strange experience as it seemed as if the mattress was alive as it grew and took shape. It takes a minimum of one hour to expand until it's ready to be used. Once an hour had passed, I jumped onto the bed and it was definitely harder and higher than my previous mattress and I was curious to know how my night would be. It was actually pretty good. I felt that although the mattress is quite hard, it gently hugs your body which is really soothing. I've been sleeping on the Leesa mattress for a few weeks now and I can say my sleep has got so much better and my body feels quite refreshed in the mornings.

Leesa offers the chance to trial the mattress for up to 100 nights and offers a full refund if you’re still not happy with it (they recommend trying it for at least 30 nights to adjust to the feel of the new mattress). 

For £50.00 off your own Leesa mattress click here!





THIS POST IS IN COLLABORATION WITH LEESA MATTRESS – ALL VIEWS ARE MY OWN
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