Like any Ryan Reynolds movie, all good things must come to an end. And alas, it with that sentiment (and image in my mind to cheer me up) that I sadly farewell my role as the Sealy Australia sleep ambassador.
What a ride it has been, road testing sleep suggestions both from the general public and panel of sleep experts and reporting back my findings to the faithful who followed me on this journey.
For the record I am still unable (and let’s be honest, unwilling) to kick my caffeine and chocolate habit but even with these unhealthy vices I can state, hand on my heart, my sleep quality has improved immeasurably. How could it not when you consider I am swathed every night in the pure sleep luxury that is the Diamond Jubilee King Size Ensemble?
It’s been quite the exciting ride and I’ve not only a new found appreciation for the dedication and hard work that goes into creating Sealy’s quality beds, after my trip to Head Office in early October, but also incredible admiration for the whole team who have treated me so well during this process. Kim, Sally, Ross, Britta, Gareth and the gang from Sealy Australia HQ in Brisbane – I sincerely THANK YOU for treating this humble blogger with the utmost respect. And to my PR Guru, Will from Lucre PR – you have my eternal esteem!
Parting was always going to be such sweet sorrow. This has been a dream opportunity in every sense – isn’t it everyone’s ultimate goal to be paid to sleep? In all seriousness though, this has also helped me tick a big item of my bucket list and write for a well respected organisation. I’ve cherished the opportunity to hone these skills and be associated with an iconic company.
Just quietly though I am a little uncertain my demands of sleeping in (all in the name of work, naturally!) will be quite so well received in this house now that my internship has ceased… It could be worse I suppose – they could make my give back my beloved bed! Though, I’d have to be prised from my prize with a chainsaw – you can see I’m quite attached…