Post and Podcast by Kasey Kagawa
Thanks to many years of ruthlessly abusing my body, I can go without sleep for a good period of time, something that comes in handy when you’re producing an almost 20-minute podcast around a college schedule. I know it’s nothing to be proud of, as sleep is something we should all be getting every night. Understandably, this may be easier for some than it is for others. As sleep is important for us to be able to function properly, you can read independent reviews, as it comes as no surprise to find that by a simple change of the mattress, getting a good night’s sleep may not be as tough as some may have thought.
My friend is always telling me to try and get back into a normal sleeping pattern, but I struggle to. She thinks that getting a new mattress might help me, she wants to try and find a mattress that I’ll fall asleep on straight away. According to https://simplyrest.com/best-memory-foam-mattress/, memory foam mattresses are one of the comfiest. That’s why she thinks I should get one of those to see if they help me sleep better. My main issue with buying a new mattress, however, is getting it through my front door. The door to my house is quite narrow and therefore I am not sure that I would be able to get a new mattress inside and upstairs without damaging it. That being said, I do seem to remember hearing that you can now buy mattresses that come compressed in a special box. I think I am going to have to research what are the leading beds in a box at some point as this could be the solution to my bedtime woes. Nevertheless, for now, anyway, sleeping doesn’t bother me too much as it works well with all of my responsibilities. Anyway, here’s your big heapin’ helping of podcast goodness. This one features a potential hot version of the Tesla Roadster, His Supreme Lutzness, awesome coming from surprising places, lameness coming from not-so-surprising places, Consumer Reports confirms what we knew all along, and a three for one deal in this week’s Useless Automotive Tchotchke that ends with a science-y kind of a rant. Be warned, I get very worked up over things that might not matter all that much to you. But that’s kind of the point of a rant, I suppose. Oh well, enjoy the episode.