When I’m struggling to sleep at night I imagine myself falling asleep somewhere peaceful, to bring me comfort. For the past 3-4 months I’ve imagined snoozing in a grand lighthouse, curled up in a cosy Alaskan log cabin, and on a boat in the middle of a calm ocean. No white sandy beaches here.
I’ve been keeping note of my sleeping behaviour lately, thanks to M&S, who challenged me to try their Sleep Well bedding range made from a new fibre called TENCEL® designed to aid better sleep. Quality of snooze is what I’ve been lacking, and besides my Alaskan log cabin, I was willing to try anything. The result?
Duvet, pillows, white bedding, candle, diffuser and journal c/o M&S
Prior to using the bedding, I had on average 3 nights of disturbed sleep (sometimes more) a week. After using the bedding since September, I’ve only had trouble sleeping once or twice, mainly due to being ill.
There could be other reasons why I’m sleeping better besides the silky smooth temperature regulated bedding; we’ve now settled into our new house (house buying stress over) and I’m working a lot, therefore feeling shattered pretty much always. Whatever the reason, I’m grateful.
If you’re interested, TENCEL® is also static free, it naturally absorbs moisture and quickly releases it again, it has a reduced bacterial growth, including no habitat for mites, it prevents mould and is environmentally friendly (low environmental impact during production). It’s magic, my friends. Magic.
Disclosure: Collaboration with M&S
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