Mommy Katie: #Giveaway Serta Raised Queen NeverFlat inflatable bed

Thursday, November 14, 2013

#Giveaway Serta Raised Queen NeverFlat inflatable bed

I was not compensated for this post, all opinions are my own.


With the holidays coming, there are a lot of preparations that need to be done. From the shopping and the menus to the accommodations for your guests. I know that when we go out of town for the holidays or if family and friends come to visit us, there is a lot that needs to get done just so we can make the room for the guests. I like to have fresh blankets, pillows and towels for each of my guests, and another thing is, I like to have a place for everyone to sleep. When we have company, playing the host, I want my guests to be comfortable and feel at home, so having beds for everyone can be a challenge. I know that this is the same challenge that others can face as well. So instead of bunking up on the couches and trying to figure out sleeping arrangements this year, get some inflatable beds for your guests. Not only will the inflatable provide a instant bed for your sleeping arrangements, but when you use the inflatable bed, you will find that they are easy to set up and put away, and they are also incredibly comfortable. When you go with the Serta Raised Queen NeverFlat inflatable bed, you do not have to worry about constantly having to pump the bed back up after a night of sleeping on it, and you also do not have to worry about it going flat half way through the night. This inflatable bed comes with a integrated plug-in pump with a auto shut off and you can set the bed to the firmness you desire. For me, having the pump integrated in the mattress makes it so much easier on me so I am not having to scurry to find the pump or run and get a new pump because I have lost the original one. Oh and through the night, once you get the desired firmness, it will maintain your setting silently so you or your guests can sleep soundly! With this mattress being 18' tall, it is easier to get in and out of than the traditional air beds. This is also a great bed to take with you for when you go out of town, to ensure you get a good nights sleep! Well to help with the sleeping arrangements this holiday season, the wonderful people from Serta would like to give one of my amazing readers their own Serta Raised Queen NeverFlat inflatable bed!




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62 comments:

JLin Mei said...

holiday shopping

Lisa Brown said...

my biggest challenge is the holiday dinner, getting it done on time, and served warm.

Denise Taylor-Dennis said...

My biggest problem is not overspending.

Rachel Travis said...

I think our biggest challenge is remembering what the Holidays are all about and not getting caught up in being busy!

Stephen Alexander said...

Getting along with others!

Kris said...

My biggest challenge is trying to get everything done!

Nicole Larsen said...

My biggest challenge is not gaining a ton of weight lol

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scottsgal said...

biggest challenge is getting everything done early to be able to enjoy the holidays

Brei H. said...

My biggest challenge is planning my son's birthday! His b-day is 10 days before Christmas, and I always try my hardest to create his own special day without any Christmas mixed in.

Pam L said...

Making sure the food is served hot...we always have late comers

AMY said...

Our biggest challenge this year is just trying to find a way to pay for all the extra expenses of the holidays.

CatOLuck said...

My biggest challenge over the holidays is keeping snow plowed and driveways and walkways clear.

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Patty S. said...

keeping the dog away from the tree!!!!

Anonymous said...

To see all family
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Julie said...

we have a hard time finding places for all the relatives coming in to sleep someone is always on the floor.. This would be fabulous


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s said...

Getting time off work.

Rusthawk said...

my biggest challenge is meal planning

jmajor4870 said...

fitting all of the family in my house and making sure we have enough food

Ken Ohl said...

hoping my wife is well for christmas and all year long. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

steve weber said...

the hardest thing is not having my mom.

Mahdi Martin said...

My biggest challenge over the holidays is shopping for gifts for my family and friends. Then I have to wrap it all!

Patricia Wojnar Crowley said...

My biggest challenge is keeping to a budget!

Jenn McClearn said...

my biggest challenge is getting everything done on time and keeping the house clean, but that is a yr round challenge :)

cjabdelnour said...

MY PROBLEM IS FINDING SLEEPING ROOM FOR EVERYONE. THIS WOULD BE GREAT. Cheryl Abdelnour cjabdelnour@hotmail.com

D Schmidt mummytotwoboys said...

Finding the time to get everything done is always my worry

Yvonne Woodstock said...

My biggest challenge for the holidays is I am in charge of shopping for and cooking the big holiday family feast all myself. I always want to make something special and maybe a little different to make it seem even more special but I also have to keep in mind food allergies, varying tastes and preferences and dislikes and how lengthy and complicated each thing is to make so it's realistic along with everything else I have to make and then preparing it so it's all done, ready and still warm at the same time.
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Stephanie Phelps said...

My biggest challenge is getting to all the grandparents and keeping everyone happy!

Jammie Morey said...

my biggest challenge is keeping everything clean.

GraceA said...

managing budgets

Emilie Proctor said...

My biggest challenge is not having enough to spend.

rebecca williams said...

The biggest challenge is keeping the house clean for people to come over

Carrie Phelps said...

My biggest challenge is time. I work such long days that I just don't have any energy after work.

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angel d said...

how much time to stay at everyones house

Beth said...

Mine is managing time with relatives and visiting families.

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stefanie gladden said...

my biggest concern is money & time!!

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Laura Lane said...

Keeping things tidy and clean is hardest for me.

amanda hoffman said...

my biggest problem is not spending too much money

latanya t said...

not to overspend

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Courtney B said...

getting all my shopping done before xmas!

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Kathy Davis said...

My biggest challenge is keeping everyone fed.
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taralieb said...

Our biggest challenge is finding room for everyone. My son always wants to stay at my moms with all of his cousins but there is never room for him and he always feels left out.

Shanee said...

My biggest challenge is fitting everything and everyone in! My husband and I both have large families and it's rough making it to all of the holiday traditions!

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Jessamine Dungo said...

My biggest challenge would be finding the perfect gift for everyone. :)

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joanna garcia said...

deciding which family to go to first and so forth....

teresa herrera-honores said...

my biggest challenge is cooking meals! i always want it to be enough and good~!

Michael Lambert said...

My biggest challenge is making sure everyone is happy and getting along.

Amy O said...

Trying to make room for all our guests is my biggest challenge.
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Frugal Tumbleweed Acres said...

My biggest challenge is getting dinner on the table and all items at least warm.

Kristen said...

Keeping the house clutter-free in case of visitors.

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lisa said...

trying to get everything done

Scianda Long said...

Cooking. I hate cooking.

Gianna said...

Getting in and out of stores quickly.

Randi said...

Making surewe get to see all of our family!!

Rebecca Parsons said...

Biggest challenge for us is where everyone is going to stay. Lots of family with not lots of room.

Julie said...

my biggest challenge is finding the time for everything. There just isn't enough hours in the day:)


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