Thursday, March 31, 2011

cleanrest

A GIVEAWAY QUESTION ANSWERED:
when was the last time you tried something new?

"the last time I tried something new was just the other day. I sang one of my songs, & read a poem I wrote at my mother's funeral. I know that she heard me" -dor
-> your response to this question really touched me because last year for the first time in 20 years I opened up my daughter's keepsake box & read her journals. she passed away when she was a teen & like yourself, I too know I was heard by my daughter -deborah

what does this mean? be grateful for what you have!



cleanrest's "sole mission is to help you get a better night's sleep. & not just better, but healthier"


cleanrest designs & manufactures the world's most advanced & medically effective allergy bedding-barrier products using MicronOne technology. this gives a defense from millions of microscopic toxins that exist naturally & build up in every bed & pillows. each inch of this breathable weave includes nearly 3 billion pores, pores so tiny that spills won't penetrate & micro-toxin pollutants won't be able to get to you. the end result is 360 degree protection from dust mites, bed bugs, feces, mold, fungus, pet dander, & other harmful allergens.

why do you need the protection?
watch the 30 second video below & read on to educate yourself about the the critters that lie in our sleeping areas, & what destructive problems they are linked to. make nighttime breathing safe, especially for allergy & asthma sufferers.




cleanrest protects you from dust mites!
these undetectable beauties feed on the 1/5oz of dead skin cells we shed every week. although blind & deaf, "they have a repulsive overpopulation crisis greater than that of China & India put together," as put by cleanrest. what does this mean? after 10 years, your mattress will actually double in weight due to both alive & dead dust mites, their feces, & digested dust specks. within a 10 week life span, a single dust mite craps & leaves behind 2,000 fecal particles. your pillow will also increase in weight about 10% each year because of the reasons previously discussed.

these mites are damaging to our skin & bodies. they've been found to be linked to allergies, asthma, & skin conditions such as dermatitis, eczema, rhinitis, conjunctivitis, etc. using cleanrest cuts off their supply of water (your breath & perspiration) & food (dead skin), causing them to die off & be unable to re-populate!


cleanrest protects you from bed bugs (seen above & below)!
these little beauties get even nastier than dust mites, as insects that feed off warm blooded hosts, such as us people, & need to in order to survive. they can live for up to 18 months without feeding, but otherwise if the situation permits, will burrow in your skin till they reach your blood & feed every 5-10 minutes for approx 5 minutes at a time. as cleanrest says, they "are the catalysts of skin infections, scars, restless sleep & stress." born translucent, they tend to go unseen by the human eye, although growing up to 5mm in length (about the size of an apple seed) & turning blood red-brown the more they feed, the older they get. they might be spotted if it weren't for them hiding along the edges & seams of mattresses during the day, sometimes in empty walls & frequently in used furniture. in fact known as "hitchhikers", that is how they spread from infected to uninfected areas- easily, unknowingly & YES, scarily.

signs to look for bed bugs can be located by means of your own body in the form of welts & finding (3) bites in a row (referred to as breakfast, lunch & dinner). while nothing can prevent them from entering your home, cleanrest can make sure they don't have a chance at infesting your bedding. if suspected, immediately call pest control.


100% chemical, BPA & lead free, no VOCs or phthalates. water resistant, stain proof & washable. designed for both adults & children.

cleanrest screams buy me!
I was sent a full size set, although looking back I should have requested (1) size bigger, a queen. bigger sizes ensure the fit & do not alter the end result of the cleanrest product, so my advice to you is BUY BIGGER. mattress encasements start @ $39.99 for a twin size, & they sell many other products worth checking out, some priced more- some priced less.

I noticed my full size mattress encasement had scrunched sides that stretch to fit a mattress up to 20 inches deep. well thank god for that, because I have one of those 20" mattresses. I recommend you have help to put these encasements on, as I did it alone & did not do it right by myself. I couldn't get the box spring encasement to fit, & tussled with it so long I tossed it in the garbage out of frustration- BIG MISTAKE #1. I got the mattress encasement over the bed for the most part, but wasn't able to get it fully on & could not zip it up @ the ends- BIG MISTAKE #2. what's the point if you can't zip it? not only was it not completely zipped, but I had it on backwards & I have a pillow top mattress that is not flippable- BIG MISTAKE #3. after reading up on clean rest to write this post up for you all, I had to re-think my plan of action. after all, I can't live with what's feeding on me & crapping in MY bed, not now, not knowing about.

I have this 5" foam mattress topper that has been pissed on, spilled on, sweat on & chewed on for the past 4 years. it has survived a flea infestation, 4 animals, a few moves & rained storm inbetween them. my back has become so accustomed to it's comfort, I cannot live without, nor sleep in another bed/ couch without waking up with a backache. I had no doubt, after researching on what lives within our sleep havens, that I should have thrown that thing away. THANK YOU CLEANREST. it should have been the box spring encasement that covered the 5" foam (being I couldn't get it to fit my own box spring), but by that time the trash had already came. being I couldn't zip the mattress encasement up, I immediately removed it by myself (once again) & slipped my foam topper into that bad boy, & had no problem zipping it up. I'll be able to sleep at night now, knowing whatever is in that foam will D-I-E.

want some guidance? put the encasements on even your oldest mattresses & pillows. what lingers in them will die off & you will no longer breath in that debri. case closed.

automatic free shipping on us orders $150 & over. cleanrest has a limited-lifetime warrenty, unlike other competitors who offer only 3-5 year warrenties.

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  1. MANDATORY
    It is ironic that your first entry req. is something that has been on my mind all day. This am when I entered a contest at @BloggingManic I saw the picture of the young woman/girl with this question. Today, I finally decided to ask my sister who is conquering some tremendous hurdles these days this SAME QUESTION. She is too hard on herself and should let the past stay there because it hinders her from seeing what is ahead. Thank you

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  6. If I had a friend who spoke to me in the negative way I sometimes speak to myself, I'd be put off at first, but then I think I would value her honesty and tell her I still want to hear from her, but will let her know when it's too much!
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  11. they would not be my friend- am hard on myself

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  12. Forever. I pride myself in being honest with my friends but in a gentle way so as not to hurt their feelings if what I have to say may not be well recieved. I would welcome friends who would do the same for me.

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  13. I do have a tendency to be hard on myself sometimes, but I'm working on being kind to myself. So with that in mind, I would be able to stay friends.

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  14. "If I had a friend who spoke to me in the negative way I sometimes speak to myself, I'd be put off at first, but then I think I would value her honesty and tell her I still want to hear from her, but will let her know when it's too much!”

    I like this answer–both accepting of criticism, and standing up for herself when criticism gets too harsh. Self-criticism isn't always bad, but sometimes it's excessive.

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  15. Some of the things I say to myself are lies - I wouldn't have a "friend" who tells me that I'm not good enough. I suppose I'm sometimes not a good friend to myself. :(

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  16. If I had a friend that spoke to me the way that I spoke to myself, I would admire his/her honesty and believe he/she truly cares about me because I push myself and if I had a friend who respected and supported my goals well, I would love him/her!!

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  17. I think the negative thinking and speaking coming from a friend would actually be easier to take than from myself to myself. We are harder on ourselves sometimes than a friend. Generally a friend will speak the negative but then support you as well. Sometimes when we, and myself included, speak to ourselves negatively, we don't follow it up with the positives that we need to hear. Whereas, a friend would probably do so and that's why we would remain friends. Maizuru@aol.com

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  18. I hear I come off as not always nice. But in my mind I am being nice or calm & collective. I don't mean to sound rude.

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  19. they would not be my friend- am hard on myself

    Maybe this is why I have a hard time making friends!!

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  25. I would not be friend with someone who spoke to me the way I speak to myself. I would be angry with anyone who called me the names I call myself or pointed out every flaw as I do to myself. This question has made me stop and think--thank you.
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  26. . Magpie Shinies said...
    Some of the things I say to myself are lies - I wouldn't have a "friend" who tells me that I'm not good enough. I suppose I'm sometimes not a good friend to myself. :(

    Me, too, Magpie me, too
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  31. I'd definitely treasure a friend who spoke to me like I speak to myself.

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  34. Hm, I tend to be hard on myself so I highly doubt they'd be my friend as I'm very sensitive!

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  35. 19. lovely said...

    they would not be my friend- am hard on myself

    Same here...maybe we should both be a little kinder to ourselves.

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  38. You know, my first thought is that I *try* to be kind to myself. I realize that I am a child of God, and try to have that as my measuring stick....not always successfully! ha. :-) And, recently, I have had some "friends" be not so kind....so I have an odd perspective today. :-)
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  39. Maggie, above, said: Some of the things I say to myself are lies - I wouldn't have a "friend" who tells me that I'm not good enough. I suppose I'm sometimes not a good friend to myself.
    I say, Amen, girl. ;-)

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  40. follow you on gfc Some of the things I say to myself are lies - I wouldn't have a "friend" who tells me that I'm not good enough. I suppose I'm sometimes not a good friend to myself.

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  41. If I had a friend that spoke to me in the way that I speak to myself, we would not be friends for long. Let's just say I'm not the nicest person to myself. Luckily I seem to attract the complete opposite of my personality and mindset in my friends.

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  50. Honestly, I probably wouldn't out up with her for very long, if at all!

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  51. If I had friends who spoke to me the way I speak to them, it would last forever and ever and I would be blessed. I am reconsidering my relationships!
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  52. Probably not too long I'm too hard on myself and a little nutty lol

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  58. Mandatory Entry - I wouldn't be friends with that person too long. I'm way too hard on myself. Makes you think.

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  60. I would probably dump my friend immediately. I am always telling myself I need to lose weight and should get some plastic surgery.
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  65. not long honestly! I tend to get frusterated to easily

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  66. I would be friends with them forever because I am very cool.
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  78. What a great question! Wow... I might not stay friends with someone who talks to me like I do to myself, I can be pretty hard on myself :( Thanks for getting me thinking!

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  79. I would not be friend with someone who spoke to me the way I speak to myself. I would be angry with anyone who called me the names I call myself or pointed out every flaw as I do to myself. This question has made me stop and think--thank you.

    --I completely understand, this question got me thinking too!

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  83. Wow that is an awesome question. I am hard on myself when it come to my weight, a big problem many women face. I have friends who are thinner than I am & I have friends who are more "over weight" than I am. I have NEVER brought up anyone's weight or criticized them in any way about it. None of my friends have ever done that to me either. If a friend did bring up my weight I would feel embarrassed & probably not want to be around her if he continued that.

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  92. Sadly I have no friends and the only people I talk to our my 2 oldest children and their families and my elderly mother that all live 1200 miles away my daughter who lives here but the first week of May she will be moving 1500 miles away to attend college, my son 15 barely talks to anyone he use to be a talkative kid then all of a sudden he's more interested in his friends which is a passing phase
    My husband and I live in the same house and haven't spoken since October
    He has always been a loner and didn't want us to acquire friends as he felt they got in the way of our lives
    So I think I'm hard on my self as I realized I wasted 23+ years with spouse that treated me like dirt and I thought he was my friend so now I'm alone and realize it will be hard for me to trust as I feel that everyone is kind hearted like myself but their not so I guess I wouldn't have a friend for long

    Thank you so very much for giving me a chance to be a winner
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  93. I think the negative thinking and speaking coming from a friend would actually be easier to take than from myself to myself. We are harder on ourselves sometimes than a friend. Generally a friend will speak the negative but then support you as well. Sometimes when we, and myself included, speak to ourselves negatively, we don't follow it up with the positives that we need to hear. Whereas, a friend would probably do so and that's why we would remain friends. Maizuru@aol.com

    I agree with Maizuru@aol.com I know I'm harder on myself then any friend would be to me(except my spouse)
    I have to say a prayer daily about letting the negatives in my life get me down, I know eventually when I get to be on my own the happiness and positive will be over whelming

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  109. That person would not be my friend im so hard on myself so negative and mean but I think thats normal.
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  129. So if I had a friend that spoke to me the way I speak to myself...I would probably start crying, get mad and then realize how I treat myself, keep the friend and try to treat myself better in the future. Thanks for making me think about this. :)
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  130. 11. MOMFOREVERANDEVER said...
    "they would not be my friend- am hard on myself"

    Iam too...why do we do that to ourselves? We are worth so much more than we give ourselves credit for.
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  138. I am glad that I do not have a friend who speaks to me in the same way that I sometimes speak to myself, that person would not remain my friend for more than 5 minutes! I am too hard on myself, and should lighten up!
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  144. I appreciate honesty above most things and I'm extrememly honest with myself more often than not so I'd definitely enjoy being friends with someone who thought the way I do... well on most days anyway.

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  145. 134. mamabunny13 said...
    So if I had a friend that spoke to me the way I speak to myself...I would probably start crying, get mad and then realize how I treat myself, keep the friend and try to treat myself better in the future. Thanks for making me think about this. :)


    I don't think anyone's opinion really means that much to me to make myself cry.

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  152. I don't have any friends so I suppose I'd be so happy to have a friend, I'd probably put up with negative talk.

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  158. I have a friend of sixteen years that already does so I guess a long time. Although here lately it has been making me very sad to always be someone else's doormat or friend of convenience so I have actually been ignoring her calls and telling her no when I do not want to do something or just letting her know she has hurt my feeling(that is the hard one for me).
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  161. I know I would not want someone who was always a pessimist and let the minor things of the world carry them down (even if for a short time- I would be tired of the constant drama). Thank you

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  162. I argue a lot with myself and have quite a lot of inner dialogue; so sometimes, some of the positive things that I say to myself aren't as potent to me than if I had someone else agreeing with me. Besides, I already have many friends with different perspectives who say things to me that I wouldn't think. Therefore, I think that I would be friends with someone who spoke to me the way I do sometimes.
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  163. I think my friend being as quiet as I am - I don't think about myself - would not be my friend for long as it would be tooo quiet. Friends I have are opposite of myself.
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  164. I'd actually remain friends to that person! I'm a really positive person so they'd be fun to hang around with! (e-mail in my profile)

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  167. I'm really not that hard on myself so I probably wouldnt have a problem with a friend talking to me the way I talk to myself. But sometimes Im tough on my friends so in that case I do wonder sometimes why they stay my friend.
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    jhitomi said...

    If I had a friend who spoke to me in the negative way I sometimes speak to myself, I'd be put off at first, but then I think I would value her honesty and tell her I still want to hear from her, but will let her know when it's too much!
    Response: That is a good way to look at it. You just listen to what they have to say but also know when enough is enough and stay their friend

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  169. I follow hypnotic on twitter at mommy2thr33

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  170. I like hypnotic on facebook Brianna R.

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  172. Wow a good question. I think I need to change the way I speak to myself. I am not sure if I would have a friend. I would sound like a debbie downer. Yikes

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  176. I would be friends with them because I am a very straight forward person and most of my friends beat around the bush, It would be a shock to hear someone talk like me but I think I'd like it.

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  177. If I had a friend that spoke to me the way I sometimes speak to myself, I would be their friend forever because that person would probably tell me to go for it and don't hold back! I always have these great wild ideas that I hardly ever follow through on because I'm too shy or conservative.
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  179. From Camper 223 - Sadly I have no friends and the only people I talk to our my 2 oldest children and their families and my elderly mother that all live 1200 miles away my daughter who lives here but the first week of May she will be moving 1500 miles away to attend college, my son 15 barely talks to anyone he use to be a talkative kid then all of a sudden he's more interested in his friends which is a passing phase
    My husband and I live in the same house and haven't spoken since October
    He has always been a loner and didn't want us to acquire friends as he felt they got in the way of our lives
    So I think I'm hard on my self as I realized I wasted 23+ years with spouse that treated me like dirt and I thought he was my friend so now I'm alone and realize it will be hard for me to trust as I feel that everyone is kind hearted like myself but their not so I guess I wouldn't have a friend for long.

    Camper, I have a very hard time trusting people and spend a lot of time with my husband and family only. I have had so many friends come and go and either I don't care or they don't care to keep in touch. So you're not the only one who feels alone in this world! Online blogs are great aren't they?

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  182. I follow you on GFC.
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  183. I posted on Micronone's Facebook.
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  184. I'm blessed to have achieved a point in life where I talk to myself (and others) almost always in a positive way and have friends and family who do the same. And I know when I'm negative about something in my life, there's a good reason for it and I'd better pay attention. mcgillrmcgill(at)charter(dot)net

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  188. Some of the things I say to myself are lies - I wouldn't have a "friend" who tells me that I'm not good enough. I suppose I'm sometimes not a good friend to myself. :(
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    First I want to say that my granddaughter's nickname is Magpie, so hi! It's important to learn to be a "good friend to yourself", concentrate on your best qualities and think positive. It really does work.

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  190. Thats hard, I'm a perfectionist and expect that from others, and I appreciate that in other perfectionists, so I guess certain people could handle it, though I do recognize that I am hard on myself
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  194. shirley HMay 02, 2011

    they probably wouldnt be my friend for long



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