We’re experts on how to
sleep better

WHO WE ARE

We’re a bunch of lifetime insomniacs who wanted something better than restless nights. Getting those sweet, sweet Zzzs is what drives us to always seek the next greatest thing in sleep. If there’s a new mattress that helps a person get more sleep or an eye mask that blocks out a little bit more light, we’re all over that.

Aside from products, we look into why and how sleep impacts our daily lives. Sleep science is fascinating so we love to share and make it accessible to everyone, including those that don’t love reading scientific journals as we do.

If you consider yourself a bona fide Sleep Junkie, welcome to your new one-stop shop for all things sleep.

Our understanding of sleep didn’t happen overnight

OUR MISSION

We started Sleep Junkie in 2012 and one of our goals is to show people the value of a good night’s sleep. Sleep Junkie works to be the expert on all topics related to sleep. On our site, you’ll find comprehensive mattress reviews, the best mattress deals available, and tips on how to sleep better.

Our understanding of sleep didn’t happen overnight. We consulted with experts and conducted research into why we sleep, how to sleep better, and how a good night’s sleep improves your daily life. The more research we did, the more our assumptions were affirmed: a good night’s sleep is one of the foundations of living a healthy and happy life.

OUR COMPANY’S VALUES

Research

We read through hundreds of articles and scientific studies about sleep so you don’t have to.

Dedication

We love sleep, and we want you to as well! We’re devoted to helping others get the sleep they need to lead their happiest, healthiest lives.

Depth

We spend countless hours on each guide and work with sleep professionals who also help to fact check some of our work.

Our Growth & Innovation

Starting in 2012, one key mission has been to deliver top-quality content to our readers. Today, we’re continuing to shape the sleep industry.

OUR LAUNCH
2012

Sleep Junkie launched with humble beginnings in part to help people sleep better.

Dedicated Work
2014

In 2014, we accumulated hundreds of mattress reviews and better sleep guides, expanding our research base farther than we could’ve expected.

Rapid Growth
2018

Our team and research base were featured on top websites such as Forbes, USA Today, CBS News, and more.

Now & The Future
2019

Today, Sleep Junkie is one of the most widely-read review and sleep wellness sites.

OUR LAUNCH
Dedicated Work
Rapid Growth
Now & The Future
2012

Sleep Junkie launched with humble beginnings in part to help people sleep better.

2014

In 2014, we accumulated hundreds of mattress reviews and better sleep guides, expanding our research base farther than we could’ve expected.

2018

Our team and research base were featured on top websites such as Forbes, USA Today, CBS News, and more.

2019

Today, Sleep Junkie is one of the most widely-read review and sleep wellness sites.

Meet our sleep experts

SleepJunkie’s experts ensures that our content upholds the highest standards. Our dedicated team helps ensure that the information we publish is current and trustworthy.

Meg Riley

Editor-in-Chief

Connect With Meg Riley

Featured In

Healthline, PhillyVoice, Daily Waffle, Boss Magazine, and more

Meg Riley is a Certified Sleep Science Coach and a full-time writer focused on sleep health and the mattress industry. She is currently the Editor-in-Chief of Sleep Junkie.

Meg started to focus on the sleep health industry in 2018. Since then, she has written over 70+ articles on sleep hygiene, product reviews, and the newest trends in the mattress and bedding industry.

Her writing and research have been featured on Healthline, PhillyVoice, Daily Waffle, Boss Magazine, and more.

A non-exhaustive list of some of the topics she has written on: the effectiveness of alarm clocks, how to prevent jet lag, the NREM & REM Sleep Cycle, and causes and treatments of Restless Legs Syndrome.

Meg Riley has her undergraduate degree from Pennsylvania State University where she studied Advertising and Public Relations and wrote articles on the student experience for College Magazine.

David Klose

Staff Writer and Sleep Expert

Connect With David Klose

Featured In

Today.com, Arizona Foothills Magazine, North Phoenix Family Magazine, MarthaStewart.com, Yahoo!

David Klose is a Certified Sleep Science Coach who is a full-time writer focused on sleep health and the mattress industry. David has personally tested hundreds of mattresses and is obsessed with helping others find their perfect sleep solution.

Through his research, David has learned about other contributing factors to getting a good night’s sleep – such as diet and exercise. He now focuses on writing articles to help improve the reader’s quality of life.

His writing and research have been featured on Today.com, Arizona Foothills Magazine, North Phoenix Family Magazine, MarthaStewart.com, Yahoo!, and more.

A non-exhaustive list of some of the topics he has written on: the causes of sleepwalking, the sleep habits of high school students, and the relationship between a good night’s sleep and living a successful life.

David Klose has his undergraduate degree from Arizona State University where he studied English Literature and interned as the Student Editor-in-Chief of the university’s online literary magazine. He is currently pursuing a graduate degree in writing from Lesley University.

Meet our writers

We hold our content to high standards. Our writers spend countless hours on research to produce in-depth articles and buying guides.

David Klose

Stacey Nash

Contributing Writer

Stacey L. Nash has a passion for health and wellness, especially sleep and sleep technology.

She’s a freelance writer, published author, and has a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from the University of Puget Sound. Her work has appeared on Chicago Tribune, NY Daily News, KSL.com, the SpruceTrip Savvy and more.

David Klose

Rosie Osmun

Contributing Writer

Rosie Osmun specializes in covering health, wellness, and beauty topics. She has a passion for improving people’s quality of life through writing and research.

Rosie’s work in health and wellness has been published on Huffington Post, Sonima, Mind Body Green, Lifehacker, Mindful, Earth 911, and several other outlets.

David Klose

Marygrace Taylor

Contributing Writer

Marygrace Taylor is a Philadelphia-based health and wellness writer. Her work has appeared in Women’s Health, Prevention, Men’s Health, Bicycling and more.

We take our research seriously

We regularly consult professionals in their field to help bring readers helpful information on how to start sleeping better.

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Praise from our readers

Valuable Advice

“Thank you for this site and review. Awesome! And the advice in the comments are so valuable...”

Derek
August 21, 2018
No Longer Confused

“Thank you so much for writing about the best mattresses. I was confused before reading this not knowing which type of bed was best for me. Now I have an idea and it's time to go try them out!”

Jillfriend
November 17, 2018
Sleep Experts

“Thank you for providing so much info on beds in one place!”

Moses
September 20, 2015

Contact Us

Have feedback? Looking for a specific sleep topic we haven’t covered? Interested in contributing? We love to hear from our readers! Feel free to reach out and we’ll be sure to get back in touch within 24 hours.

  • Interested in joining our team?
    • SleepJunkie is growing but right now we are not open for applications. Please check back again in the future.

  • Want to submit a product review?
    • We love to hear about our readers’ experiences. Send us an email with the product you’re wanting to review, and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible!

  • Give us feedback on our blog
    • We strive to deliver the most valuable content to our readers, and we’re always looking to improve! We appreciate any thoughts, comments, or suggestions to make our content better for you.

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