Mike – my favourite person – use to snore occasionally. After his surf board broke his nose, the snoring got impressively louder. Sometimes I just wake up and watch him, wondering how that noise is even possible. I’ve got some techniques, elbow or kneecap in the side is a good quick fix or there is a spare room, so one of us usually goes through there – Mike if he’s beginning to get too many bruises or I just go through.
In all seriousness snoring isn’t fun for anyone – the snorer or the snorers partner. Mike was even considering an operation, but that seems so drastic, so I’m always keeping an eye out for snore cures.
This is the best so far. You need two things: ear plugs and nose vents.
I’ve tried a good few earplugs, so far these are my favourite:
I got these from Amazon for £9.77. They are really comfy even when sleeping on your side.
They come with 4 different sizes (haven’t included the 4th, as it was up Mike’s nose). This is my impression of Mike sleeping soundly with them in – you can just see the little join of the nose vents inbetween my nostrils. (Yes thats Mike’s teddy)
There is it. Happy sleeping. If any of you have tried other things that were successful please comment below!
I’m off to drink 10 cups of morning tea in celebration.
With thanks to you, we can now get our new album ‘Cross The Line’ out into the world! We really could not have achieved this without your support and generosity – a massive thankyou from Fara! Here we are at Heb Celt Festival, having just received the good news with a Cheeky Vimto in hand. CHEERS!
We’ve nearly finished our album, Cross The Line and we just need a little push to get it finished. Please have a look at our kickstarter page there are rewards which start at a digital download of the album. Thankyou!
Hope you enjoy these live videos we recorded at Edinburgh Society of music. Coming up we have some LMN gigs on 5th/6th of June and on the 19th of July we are playing at Paxton House, Berwickshire. Keep an eye on our Website for more !
Beautifully shot film by Ross Mackay from Stash Media. It is shot around the mountain Treble Cone Ski Area in New Zealand. I was delighted when he asked if he could used my piece, ‘Maxwell’s Light’. The film has been skill-fully edited so that it mirrors the music really closely.
Paragon are making funny videos to raise the profile and raise money so they can continue delivering music/dance workshops
Paragon are an inclusive music company inspiring people to create and perform their own music. Raising people’s self belief and aspirations through music making and dance.
For this video, I asked my friends (Mike, Kenny, Ninian and Diljeet) to send me a video of themselves playing any note(s)/ noise in the key of C. Nobody heard what anybody else did and this was the result when put together! I hope you like!