What Not To Do When You Need To Buy A New Mattress…
Note to self: If hubby is fed up with your old mattress and wants to replace it, make sure a new one is on the way before getting rid of your current one. This is our set-up for the next six days/night until our new mattress arrives (the shipping is slow for some reason). Uhm, yeah, some lack of planning was involved 😛
Sad thing? We’re actually having less pain sleeping on the air bed – our 1-year-old mattress was that bad! Fortunately, we got it from Costco which meant we could return it for a full refund. I love Costco! So the Novafoam went back and a Serta Perfect Sleeper is on the way. According to reviews, this firm pillowtop seems like it will work out best for us. I hope that’s true.
We’ve always been a bit stingy in the mattresses we’ve bought (well, we just couldn’t afford more at those times), which is why they all needed replacing. We’ve dealt with neck and back pain for many, many years. It’s been especially apparent since we’ve been staying in more hotels recently and ALWAYS sleep better there than at home. We hope this one works out for at least a decade!
Have you ever struggled with mattress issues?