Clock these offers to help you wake up and kickstart your doomy day

WHILE that extra hour of sleep went down a treat this morning, a darker, colder Monday morning won’t be so popular.

With gloomier starts to the day now the clocks have gone back, many of us will struggle to drag ourselves out of our cosy beds, me included.

Luckily, I know a few tricks to make getting up a little easier — and they won’t cost the earth.

Bright idea: Wake-up lights can cost up to £200 from popular brand Lumie, but I’ve tracked down a few cheaper options online. FITFORT’s alarm clock has dozens of five-star reviews — and is just £24.99 on Amazon.

SAVE: £175.01

Easily suede: There’s nothing worse than getting out of bed and stepping on to a cold floor. For cosy and sturdy slippers, I love the suede mules from Debenhams, at £20. They look like a take on the Ugg slipper, which comes in at an eye-watering £80.

SAVE: £60

Be minted: Showering with a mint body wash will wake your whole body up. Aldi’s mint shower gel, 55p, is a great dupe of Original Source’s mint shower gel, which can set you back as much as £1.95.

SAVE: £1.40

Mug up on this: Who doesn’t love a strong morning cuppa to get rid of grogginess? If you don’t have time to neck a cup before heading out, pop it in a thermal coffee mug before leaving. I love the cheap and cheerful Wilko 450ml stainless steel travel mug. At £2.25, it’s cheaper than the similar one sold at M&S for £15.

SAVE: £12.75

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Deal of day

THIS doll’s house from is sure to go down a treat at Christmas. Buy it now for £39.99, reduced from £49.99.

SAVE: £10

Cheap treat

TREAT yourself to a bag of Butterkist Crunchy Toffee popcorn. It’s sure to make your Sunday movie day a lot tastier. Now £1 for 170g, down from £1.59, at Asda.

SAVE: 59p

Don’t miss this…

DON’T feel like cooking today? Let Nando’s do it for you.

It is offering free delivery until November 1. Sounds like a great excuse to treat yourself to tasty dishes from the comfort of your own home.

Top swap

SOUP for dinner? Instead of paying 95p in Tesco for Heinz cream of tomato, try the store’s own brand for 45p. I can barely taste the difference.


Giselle’s little helper

KIDS eat free until October 30 in M&S cafes in England and Wales, with a qualifying adult food purchase of more than £3.

On offer is a £4 meal deal, which has a main, side, snack – including the Percy Pig biscuit – and fruit.

Shop and save

PICK up two tubs of sharing chocolates for £7 at Tesco until Tuesday. Including Celebrations and Quality Street, usually £4 each.

SAVE: £1

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