The Traveler’s Guide to Building the Ultimate First Aid Kit

The Traveler’s Guide to Building the Ultimate First Aid Kit

Whether you’re building libraries in Zambia or adventuring around Madrid, any trip warrants a first aid kit. While it’s hardly the sexiest of travel topics, having basic first aid items on hand can mean the difference between a minor inconvenience and a major catastrophe. Here’s how to build a travel first aid kit for maximum health and safety—no matter where you are in the world.

1. Prepare personal medications

If you have a preexisting condition, be sure to pack all medications in their original containers with the labels intact. Pack enough medication for the trip as well as some extra to cover unforeseen circumstances. The CDC recommends bringing along copies of any prescriptions as well as a note from the prescribing physician on letterhead stationery—ideally, translate these materials into the language of your destination. In certain countries, some medications are simply not allowed—contact the appropriate embassy or consulate to find out if this is an issue

2. Consider your needs

Take stock of the length of the trip, the destination, and any planned activities. A remote trekker in the Himalayas will face a very different situation than a Berlin tourist, for example. The more remote or physical the trip, the more comprehensive a first aid kit should be (more on that later). Another big consideration is whether you’ll be traveling solo or going on a family trip, as kids are all but guaranteed to have accidents that may result in cuts or bruises (more on this later, as well)

3. Gather documents

In addition to medications and first aid supplies, a quality kit should include a contact card, proof of insurance coverage, and an immunization record (particularly if traveling in areas where infectious diseases are common) for every traveler. The contact card is meant to be used in case of a medical emergency and should include:

  •      The name and contact information for an emergency contact back home
  •      The name and contact info for your health care provider
  •      The address and phone number for wherever you’re staying
  •      The address and phone number for your country’s embassy or consulate
  •      The emergency contact phone number from your travel health insurance provider, if applicable

Additionally, people with preexisting conditions (such as diabetes or severe allergies) may want to wear an alert bracelet and carry a card in their wallet that explains the condition—ideally, the card will be written in the language of your destination.

4. Select a container(s)

Choose a hard, waterproof, and durable container for the first aid kit so as to ensure the items don’t get ruined in transit or bad weather. Choose a larger container for longer trips, and a smaller container for shorter trips. It’s also a good idea to pack a small first aid kit in a carry-on and a more comprehensive kit in checked baggage. Once you’ve unpacked at a destination, carry the small kit with you at all times and re-supply from the large kit if necessary.

5. Pack the basics

At a minimum, any first aid kit worth its salt should include the following:

  •      Band-aids
  •      Antiseptic wipes
  •      Antibiotic ointment
  •      Gauze pads
  •      Medical tape
  •      Tweezers
  •      Scissors (keep in mind that these will need to be packed in checked baggage)
  •      Painkillers/fever reducers (ibuprofen or acetaminophen)
  •      Ace bandages
  •      Digital thermometer
  •      Disposable, latex-free gloves
  •      Alcohol-based hand sanitizer (make sure it’s less than 3.4 ounces if transporting it in

carry-on luggage)

Other handy items include:

  •      Antihistamine medication
  •      Anti-motion sickness medication
  •      Antidiarrheal medication
  •      Mild laxative
  •      Cough suppressant/expectorant
  •      Cough drops
  •      Antacids
  •      Sunscreen
  •      Moleskin for blisters
  •      Lubricating eye drops (again, remember the 3.4-ounce rule for liquid carry-ons)
  •      Aloe gel for sunburns (ditto the 3.4-ounce rule)
  •      Condoms

6. Up the ante where applicable

Remember when you took stock of the trip’s specifics (#2)? Now it’s time to apply that information to your first aid packing list. Anyone traveling to the tropics, for example, should be sure to consider insect bite precautions (such as bed nets) and pack anti-malarial medications. If traveling in a remote area, consider bringing water purification tablets and electrolyte replacements. Spending time in high-altitude areas might warrant packing medication to combat high-altitude sickness. If traveling in a developing country, it’s a good idea to pack oral rehydration salts and medications to treat food poisoning, giardia, and/or amoebic dysentery.

Consult a medical professional to develop the ideal packing list for your needs and destination.

Finally, if traveling with children, consider packing kid-friendly first aid items such as Band-aids featuring popular cartoon characters, kid-sized bandages, a couple of disposable instant cold packs, and a tooth preservation kit. Since children will be exposed to new foods and objects while traveling, read up on how to administer first aid in the event of choking. The ability to respond quickly to any hurts a child experiences may have the added bonus of preventing tantrums on vacation.

A few notes on packing choices

Whenever possible, choose tablets instead of liquids, gels, or creams. If that’s not possible, be sure to adhere to the 3.4-ounces-or-less rule for carry-ons in order to breeze through security.

To save space in baggage, opt for sachets and flat-packed tablets in lieu of bottles and tubes. Also look for travel or sample-size packaging whenever possible (your doctor may be able to help out).

The Takeaway

No matter where in the world you’re traveling, it’s worth taking the time to build a quality first aid kit that’s tailored to your destination and activities. In an ideal scenario, the kit will remain untouched during the entire vacation. But in the unfortunate event that you or a companion needs first aid? It is really, really nice (and potentially life-saving) to have proper supplies on hand.

 This post was posted by TheHipmunk on Hipmunk’s Tailwind blog on August 28th.

6 Hours For Business Travelers in San Antonio

6 Hours For Business Travelers in San Antonio

While San Antonio, Texas, is an excellent tourist destination known for the historic Battle of the Alamo and its picturesque River Walk, the city is also an established center for business. The Alamo City often plays host to meetings and conferences for such diversified industries as healthcare, car manufacturing, financial services, and oil and gas. The Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, conveniently located in the heart of the city’s Downtown San Antonio allows business travelers easy access to many of the city’s must-see attractions. Here’s a quick guide for the business traveler (or just the busy traveler!) with just six hours to spare in one of Texas’ gems.

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1:00 p.m.

Check into one of the many beautiful downtown hotels San Antonio has to offer. The Grand Hyatt San Antonio is located next to the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, while the Westin Riverwalk San Antonio is on the famous River Walk and only a short 10-minute walk away.

1:30 p.m.

Pop into Schilo’s Delicatessen on E. Commerce Street for a Reuben sandwich, split pea soup and their famous homemade root beer. This German-style deli, housed in a former 19th century mercantile exchange building, has been serving up sandwiches since 1917 and is emblematic of the city’s rich German roots. It’s only a six-minute walk from the Westin or a seven-minute stroll from the Convention Center.

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2:15 p.m.

Amble on the famous River Walk, or Paseo del Rio as it’s also referred to in Spanish, one story below street level. There’s an entrance on E. Commerce and Losoya streets only a few steps away from Schilo’s. The River Walk is a series of sidewalks lining the San Antonio River and peppered with restaurants, bars and shops. Construction on the project began as early as 1939 and has continued to be extended away from the down town area. The river is used for many boat parades, including all five of the San Antonio Spurs’ NBA Championship victory cruises and annual holiday lighting ceremonies.

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2:20 p.m.

Continue on the river for approximately five minutes until reaching the Hyatt Regency San Antonio hotel. Once inside, walk through the hotel’s specialty-designed pedestrian walkway complete with concrete waterfalls and romantic landscaping reminiscent of indigenous pyramids. The walkway is appropriately named Paseo del Alamo as it leads back to street level directly across from The Alamo Mission. The Alamo was the site of the famous Battle of the Alamo in 1836 during the Texas Revolution. It’s one of five historic Spanish frontier missions in San Antonio that were collectively named a UNESCO World Heritage Site this July. Walk through the mission’s gardens and learn about the battle’s iconic participants, including General Sam Houston, James Bowie, and Davy Crockett. Admission to the Alamo is free.

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3:10 p.m.

After the Alamo, walk to the corner of East Crockett Street and cut through Rivercenter Mall. Do a bit of shopping inside the beautifully sunlit mall. Go down to river level for Marble Slab Creamery ice cream where they expertly hand-mix flavors and toppings into a waffle cone. Enjoy the lovely views of the river and the sounds of the Peruvian woodwind instruments played by the Andean Fusion band, which can typically be found there on the weekends.

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3:45 p.m.

Continue south on the River Walk for another 10 minutes until you reach HemisFair Park, located on the grounds behind the Convention Center. The lush park ground has beautiful gardens, cascading waterfalls, fountains and playgrounds. The park is home to the Mexican Cultural Institute, which showcases Mexican artists and classic films. Rise to the top of the city for $11 at the Tower of Americas, the 750-foot rotating observation tower and restaurant, and get 360-degree views of the Alamo City. Grab a coffee or have a delicious meal at the award-winning restaurant Chart House.

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4:30 p.m.

Catch bus 305 at the corner of S. Alamo and Nueva Street (towards S. Main Opposite Johnson) and explore San Antonio’s King William Historic District. Hop off at the Beauregard St. stop, approximately three stops and about an eight-minute bus ride. Walk west on Beauregard and make a left on King William St. to admire the beautiful 19-century homes designed in Victorian, Italianate and Greek revival styles once occupied by early German settlers. King William often hosts various street fairs and celebrations.

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5:00 p.m.

Keep admiring the architecture until you reach Guenther St. and choose to either walk on the street or the river until you reach the Blue Star Contemporary Art complex on South Alamo St. housing various art galleries and brewing company by the same. First Friday is an art walk that happens every first Friday of the month where galleries, homes and businesses along South Alamo St. alike stay open late to showcase artists’ work and offer free wine.

5:45 p.m.

Stroll up South Alamo St. or hop back on the 305 bus until you get to Rosario’s Café Y Cantinaat the corner of S. St. Mary’s St. for some delicious Mexican fare. Start with a refreshing prickly pear cactus margarita at the bar. Have the white fish ceviche or the shrimp nachos as an appetizer, then try the chile relleno (stuffed poblano pepper) or chicken enchiladas Suizas.

6:45 p.m.

If you’re still up for a nightcap, head to The Friendly Spot, an outdoor bar known for their micheladas and more than 250 bottled beers to choose from.

This post was posted by TheHipmunk on Hipmunk’s Tailwind blog on July 18th.

Make Special Moments with Smores Brownies #MomentoNescafe

Make Special Moments with S’mores Brownies

Summer just isn’t over unless you make some S’mores.  This year the kids truly discovered the awesomeness that is S’mores.  Before they had tried it a few times but now that they can make it on their own they’ve been super excited about trying it out on their own.  Life is often made of a series of special moments, some bigger than other but all special none the same.  I try to remind myself to embrace some of those small moments because they are so much easier to do.  Like each year our family heads out to state park for Memorial Day/Birthday Celebrations.  Each year we proclaim we are going back at least every other weekend and each year we probably make it back maybe once.  This year was the worst we have only been one time despite saying week after week we plan to return.

S’mores had been on the top of the kids to-do-list this entire summer and so far we had only tried them twice.  It’s not hard at all to make them, even if you are doing it on the stove.  In an effort to make special moments I decided to make a S’mores Brownie for dessert after dinner along with a cup of NESCAFÉ® Clásico ™ for myself.

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Making moments happen in your life doesn’t have to be big or extravagant.  It could be as simple as taking a nice walk after dinner once the temperatures start to cool, visiting a friend you haven’t seen in a while, serving your spouse breakfast in bed with a cup of NESCAFÉ® Clásico ™, taking the kids to the park for some unexpected fun.  Shake things up and try something you’ve always wanted to try like a new restaurant or a new type of food.

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NESCAFÉ® Clásico ™ recently teamed up with Ricky Martin to inspire and encourage people to get out of their comfort zone and experience great moments that they wouldn’t otherwise get to experience.

I love Ricky Martin’s music, it always gets me in a mood to dance and have fun.  Check out this video about how Ricky is making moments happen with NESCAFÉ® Clásico ™.  Many thanks to NESCAFÉ® Clásico ™ for sponsoring today’s story and encouraging me to Make the Moments Happen!

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How are you going to make moments happen? #MomentoNescafe

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Nickida - is a wife and stay at home mother of four. She was born in Trinidad but moved to the US at age 14. She started blogging on an off for about three years and recently started writing more consistently. She enjoys sharing about her children, marriage, books, recipes, movies, reviews, giveaways and much more. She is working on improving her baking skills and building on her cake decorating business.

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How To Pick Out Your Best Lingerie

How To Pick Out Your Best Lingerie

If you’re the type of person who gets into your lingerie a bit, chances are you’ve developed some go-to items, stores, and designers. There are just so many options out there that once you find something sexy and comfortable, it can be tempting to stay put and rely on your favorites as the foundation of your lingerie drawer (or, if you’re really into it, entire wardrobe!).

Fashion art photo of young sensual lady in classical interior
Fashion art photo of young sensual lady in classical interior

But if you do have some go-to options, you may also be missing out on some of the endless potential that exists in the broader lingerie market! Yes, the selections can be overwhelming, and frankly the shopping process can be a pain. But when you find something great, it’s absolutely worth it. To help you do just that, I want to use this post to share a few handy tips for how to narrow down the selection and find a few new pieces of lingerie you’ll fall in love with.

First off, I’d suggest you use the Internet only in a limited capacity. Use it for inspiration—not for shopping. There are all kinds of incredible pieces of advice and ideas out there online from people who make it their job (or at least chief hobby) to research and reveal lingerie. This list of top lingerie blogs is a good place to start, as it can expose you to a lot of helpful opinions in addition to specific lingerie suggestions for different body types, style preferences, etc. But I wouldn’t recommend actually shopping online. Once you find your inspiration, use it as a starting point for an in-person perusal. Shopping online is just a little complicated when it comes to something for which fit and comfort matter so much.

Next, for more pre-shopping inspiration, I’d recommend you take some time to research a little more about your own body type. I know, that sounds a little bit counterintuitive; after all, it’s your body, you ought to be familiar with the type! But really, many of us are surprisingly unwise when it comes to how to use lingerie to best flatter our own bodies—at least, I know I used to be. If you’re a little uncertain in this regard, this guide to choosing lingerie can be immensely helpful in that it basically defines a few common body types and provides suggestions for which pieces might go best with them. Pear-shaped women might look best in baby dolls and chemises, for example, and someone bustier up top with slimmer hips might do best in a bustier or camisole. It’s by no means an absolute guideline, but figuring out where you fit on this spectrum might help you to narrow your focus effectively.

Finally, I think one of the most important steps is to forget about all the advice out there about “pleasing your man” or finding the right lingerie for him instead of you. Sure, you want to show off, and if you’re in a healthy relationship there’s nothing wrong with wanting to make yourself look ideal for that special someone. But in this lingerie selection tips article, the issue was clarified quite well: if you focus on someone else’s desires, you might not get something you feel comfortable and sexy in, and that might make the effect a bit less impressive. The key is to get lingerie that makes you feel great, and go from there.

Past those tips, my final suggestion is to allow some time to try on a lot of different bits of clothing. This is my main reason for preferring a live shopping experience to the online version. You really get to feel how things fit and see how they look, so why not go nuts and spend a few hours comparing options?

Good luck with your next trip to the mall, and here’s to your next great set of lingerie!

Nickida

Nickida - is a wife and stay at home mother of four. She was born in Trinidad but moved to the US at age 14. She started blogging on an off for about three years and recently started writing more consistently. She enjoys sharing about her children, marriage, books, recipes, movies, reviews, giveaways and much more. She is working on improving her baking skills and building on her cake decorating business.

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Washington, D.C. is Perfect for Family Travel

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Summer vacation is in full swing, and families all over the country have traveled and are enjoying summer vacation since their children are on break from school. Summer is the peak travel season for families as well as solo travelers. Some of the top destinations include Orlando, New York City, and Washington, D.C.  Families traveling to the nation’s capital have a variety of options as far as attractions and things to do in the area. Travel plans usually begin with finding a hotel. Travelers can find a variety of hotels in Washington, D.C. to match their travel needs.

Free Attractions for Families

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Travel expenses can add up quickly, especially when you travel as a family. A great way to save while traveling to Washington, D.C, is to visit the free attractions in the area. Make the museums of the Smithsonian Institution one of your first stops. Most of the 19 museums are admission free, including the National Zoo. Consider taking a walking tour of the area. Learn about Congress by getting a tour of the Capitol Building — you will need a ticket. Go hiking or walk the trails at Rock Creek Park. Those are just a few of the free or low-cost things you could do while visiting.

Famous Landmarks You Can’t Miss

MLK Memorial

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Washington, D.C. has a very rich history and as the nation’s capital, it is home to some of our most important historic monuments. Any trip to the area should include a visit to at least the National Mall. For families visiting the monuments is a great way to talk to your children about the history of our nation. Excursiopedia offers tours of popular attractions in the area starting at $59. Guided tours are perfect for visitors because you get a local’s perspective.

All-Inclusive National Harbor

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The National Harbor is on the outskirts of Washington, D.C. Although it’s technically Maryland, the area is close to everything and is a one-stop shop destination. You could start at one of the hotels like the Gaylord National, dine at the family friendly restaurants like Johnny Rockets, shops at popular shops and outlets including the Peeps store, and take a ride on the Capital Wheel.

Fuel Up While Getting a Taste of Washington, D.C.

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Travel isn’t complete until you try the local cuisine. Just like any other place you travel Washington, D.C. offers a variety of dining options for any budget. Ben’s Chili Bowl is an iconic spot in the area that’s popular for its chili, burgers, hot dogs. and shakes. Tabard Inn Restaurant is affordable and boasts a 4-star rating for their breakfast and brunch options from past dinners. When traveling, research family friendly restaurants before you leave, so you can plan out your vacation better.

Travel to Washington, D.C. for families could be both fun and educational. With Maryland and Virginia nearby, Washington is the perfect center point for an unforgettable vacation.

Nickida

Nickida - is a wife and stay at home mother of four. She was born in Trinidad but moved to the US at age 14. She started blogging on an off for about three years and recently started writing more consistently. She enjoys sharing about her children, marriage, books, recipes, movies, reviews, giveaways and much more. She is working on improving her baking skills and building on her cake decorating business.

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Keep The Kids Busy This Summer

Keep The Kids Busy This Summer

I’ve said before that my summer planning mostly deals with finding things for the kids to do so they are busy and I don’t hear “I’m Bored!” every chance they get.  The good thing about summer break is that there’s always something to do because everyone knows the kids are free during the summer time.  My kids are younger so most of my tips would be geared towards parents with younger kids.  A Worthy Read has a great list of ideas for parents of tweens.

A Worthy Read has a list of 25 Things for Tween To Do This Summer that will keep your tween busy and enjoy all that summer has to offer.  I can’t end this post without sharing some of my own tips so here’s ten things to do with kids this summer – Baltimore Edition.

  1. Visit a State Park – there are lots of great parks in the Baltimore area one of our favorites is North Point State Park.  It costs just $4 per car for MD residents to enter the park.  They have a swimming area, lots of grills and plenty of space for spreading a blanket and hanging out.
  2. Visit a community pool.  One of the benefits of living in and around Baltimore City is getting to visit a public pool.  Here’s a listing of public pools in Baltimore.  Remember to arrive early at public pools and look for the rules of each pool so your family is safe.  Pool fees for the season last year was set at $2 for Park pools and $1 at walk-to pools. Admission for splash pads is free.  You can call the pool you plan to visit for update fees.
  3. Visit the Maryland Zoo at Baltimore.  My family and I recently participated on a Kindness Safari with KIND Snacks at the zoo and it was so much fun for the kids.  Visit the zoo’s website for upcoming events, ticket prices and lots of other great information.
  4. Visit the Smithsonian Museums in Washington DC.  Their offerings of free admission is worth the trip to Washington DC from the Baltimore area.  You could easily make a two – three day trip out of it and enjoy all they have to offer for free.  They even have the National Zoo which is free.  My major tip for the National Zoo is to arrive early to get parking or use the transit system.
  5. Take a hike with your family.  There are lots of great hiking trails near the Baltimore area.  I like hiking because it’s an activity you can do for free, you can go at your own paste and it keeps the family active.
  6. Visit a farmers market for some local produce and a lesson in farming.  I love going to the Farmers Markets around our area.  Not only do we get to support local farmers it’s an opportunity for the kids to learn about gardening and farming from MD farmers.
  7. Take the summer reading challenge through the Enoch Pratt Free Library and the Baltimore County Public Library.  Both feature summer reading programs for kids of all ages and even adults.  The kids can earn prizes based on the number of books they read and all kids who reach their goal can go back to the library and get their completion prize.
  8. Enjoy the outdoors.  Two years ago I co-wrote an ebook in partnership with the National Wildlife Foundation and the Motherhood about spending time outdoors.  You can read more about my contributions to the book and download your free copy.
  9. Take the subway or light rail and go exploring.  Maryland has great options for public transportation.  Instead of driving your own car around town take the kids on the subway or light rail to another part of town for them to explore.  The light rail runs from Camden Yards to Hunt Valley and the subway runs from Owings Mills towards Downtown.  There’s so much to explore between the two and I’m sure the kids will enjoy riding if it’s their first time.
  10. Take a trip to Hersheypark in Hershey PA.  Visiting the Sweetest Place on Earth is a must for kids of all ages.  It’s fun for the entire family and something you should definitely do if you live close enough.  Hersheypark is only a 90 minute drive from Baltimore so it’s perfect for day trips or you can make it a two day trip.  My Quick Guide to Hersheypark has tons of information and tips to help you save on your trip to the park and much more.

Summer is always hectic with kids and finding things for them to do can become costly.  If you planning any summer travel or just staying close to home you have to check out these free road trip printables from insuremyrental.com, they created the perfect set of travel games to keep the kids occupied while in the car.  No more worrying about them asking if we arrived yet or fussing over toys and space.

We received our very own in car entertainment pack from insuremyrental.com for the kids to enjoy while traveling in the car during the summer months.  Included in our kit was print-outs of the games, plus a pen, colored crayons, a clipboard and a Disney singalong CD.  The kids loved it because it was one convenient pocket envelope with lots of fun things for them to use.  The clipboard made it super easy for them to use while in the car.  It provided the hard surface they needed to color and draw.   You can easily create your own in car entertainment pack.  Start with the printables from insuremyrental.com, get a clipboard for the pages, crayons for coloring and playing the games, your child’s favorite CD to play music in the car and anything else you think would work for your child.  Package it nicely and enjoy your road trip.

Do you have any favorite road trip games you liked when you were a child?  Mines was spotting license plates from different states.  If you live in the Baltimore area what’s one must do activity for kids?

Nickida

Nickida - is a wife and stay at home mother of four. She was born in Trinidad but moved to the US at age 14. She started blogging on an off for about three years and recently started writing more consistently. She enjoys sharing about her children, marriage, books, recipes, movies, reviews, giveaways and much more. She is working on improving her baking skills and building on her cake decorating business.

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Let the Professionals Handle Your Home Decor

Let the Professionals Handle Your Home Decor

Home decor isn’t my specialty, if you had to have me decorate our home I find it highly doubtful that I would do a great job.  I’m all about what’s simple, classic and comfortable.  While searching around the internet I found a great blog post written by Reviews by Pink called Make Your Home New Again with Linly Design Services.

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Linly Designs is an industry leader in Interior Design, and has an impressive history of growth and expansion. Their company was established in 2002, offering elite interior design services in the suburbs of Chicago. Linly opened it’s first showroom in 2007 in downtown Westmont on Cass ave. They provide a full range of residential design services and have a full crew of Carpenters, Electricians, and Decorative painters, Handyman, Architects, Cabinet makers and other skilled professionals.

Linly Designs offers Kitchen Designs and Remodeling.  If I lived in the Chicago area that’s one service I would want, I have a vision for a lovely kitchen in my home.  I want two ovens, lots of cabinets, a large refrigerator, nice counter space and a large pantry.  I would also choose to have my master bedroom done.  You can read more about Linly Designs on Reviews by Pink website and find out what other services they have to offer.

Nickida

Nickida - is a wife and stay at home mother of four. She was born in Trinidad but moved to the US at age 14. She started blogging on an off for about three years and recently started writing more consistently. She enjoys sharing about her children, marriage, books, recipes, movies, reviews, giveaways and much more. She is working on improving her baking skills and building on her cake decorating business.

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Five Uses for Downy Wrinkle Release Spray

Five Uses for Downy Wrinkle Release Spray

I am not big on ironing at all.  My husband on the other hand, when we first started dating use to iron his jeans.  I think it’s from his southern upbringing.  I just don’t find ironing useful at all.  It one task I’ll gladly pass on to my husband.  I had the opportunity to review Downy Wrinkle Releaser Plus last year and I loved it.  So much that my bragging caused me to end up gifting away all my extra bottles.  So when Downy reached out to me again I jumped at the opportunity.  This time I won’t be so generous with my supply.

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My Downy Wrinkle Releaser Plus goes with me everywhere I go.  The travel bottles are the perfect size for traveling.  They adhere to airline restrictions and it’s a must have when traveling.  Mines was a lifesaver when I was traveling to LA last year for a press event.  We were required to have two dresses with us and as you can imagine they got very wrinkled during the trip.  This brings me to my list of five uses for Downy Wrinkle Release Spray.

  1. Traveling Aid:  When my husband travels for business he always packs a suit.  Often he folds it in his spinner suitcase and it gets wrinkled.  The Downy Wrinkle Releaser Plus is the perfect traveling aid.  The first things travels usually do is hang up their clothing that may wrinkle.  With the wrinkle spray you spray your clothing before hanging them up and watch as the wrinkles disappear.
  2. Ironing Aid:  If you’re like my husband and you don’t mind ironing, skip the starch next time and use Downy Wrinkle Releaser Plus instead.  This product works just as well as starch or even better.  Your clothing gets ironed just as neatly and stays neat after ironing.
  3. Refresh Your Linens:  The winkle release spray can also be used to refresh your linens.  We all have linen closets in our homes and while they smell great fresh out the wash a few weeks later all the smell is gone.  I love to spray the on our sheets when placing new linens on the bed.  It adds a nice light scent to the sheets and they don’t smell like they’ve been in a closet.
  4. Spruce Up Curtains:  I don’t currently have any curtains in my house but I remember my mother having a lot of them growing up in Trinidad.  She had multiple sets for different parts of the house.  The problem with curtains is always storage.  At times it would be a year before she used certain sets like her Christmas and holiday curtains.  A year in storage is a long time so you can imagine how wrinkled they were.  Spruce up your curtains before putting them up.  Generously spray with the wrinkle releaser and iron, your curtains will love you for it.
  5. Odor Eliminator:  There are some fabrics that can’t be washed, perfect examples are the seats in cars, some car seats, some furniture, and carpets.  You have to get very creative when cleaning these items and adding the wrinkle release spray can help eliminate odor.  We recently had to use our in the car because our toddler spilled milk in the car.  You can imagine the smell it left behind and even after cleaning the seat with soap and water it still had some odor left behind.  We sprayed the whole car with the wrinkle release spray and we could immediately tell the difference.

Regardless of how you use Downy Wrinkle Releaser Spray, you are sure to love the results.  I know I always do.  Be sure to check your local Target starting in June for the release of the new scent – Crisp Linen.  Be sure to also check out the special offers section of the website for coupons and ways to save.

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Travel with Logic All Natural Products This Holiday Season

Travel with Logic All Natural Products This Holiday Season

Your holidays probably includes some kind of travel.  Some people travel hundreds and thousands of miles during the holidays, to visit family and friends.  With all that travel there’s so many things to worry about and yet I think people often forget about the threat of Bedbugs when traveling.  It’s something that’s more common than you think and it’s always better to be prepared before you travel instead of after.  If you’re traveling this holiday season I would suggest that you travel with Logic All Natural Products.  I received samples for review from Logic Products, any opinions expressed are my own.

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With four children traveling is not that easy, there’s packing for a family of six, making sure I take all the essentials, one of my children has Asthma so there’s medication to pack and then when we are traveling back home it’s the same hassle of making sure we have everything.  This yer we took a staycation for Spring Break, the hotel we stayed at was great when we first checked in but later that night we noticed there were ants.  We couldn’t get out room changed because the hotel was full but we had to go out and buy a safe natural product to help get rid of the ants and to make sure they didn’t get in our luggage.  Ants however isn’t as bad as Bedbugs.  You’ve probably heard the numerous horror stories of people traveling and having problems with Bedbugs and if you take them how that’s even worst.  With BedbugLogic from Logic Product group you can travel with confidence that you and your family will be protected from Bedbugs.

BedbugLogic allows you to be proactive and fight against bedbugs before they become a problem to you and if you do have bedbugs this product will help you fight the problem.  This natural bed bug spray has been independently tested in a leading American entomology laboratory, and the results show that BedbugLogic kills bedbugs on contact, naturally and safely. Made from plant- based enzymes, BedbugLogic is safe for daily use – anytime, anywhere.

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BedbugLogic comes in two different scents Thyme and Cedar, and in multiple bottle sizes for your convenience.  There’s the handy travel size that can go with you just about anywhere you are going and the two larger bottles are perfect for treating the whole house and keeping the family protected.  When treating you home for bedbugs spray the non-toxic bedbug spray generously on any area which can potentially be affected such as: mattresses, bedding, bed frames, crevices, corners, baseboards, wallpaper seams, moldings, furniture, luggage, or outerwear.  When you’re traveling here’s some places and tips to keep your family protected from bedbugs.

  • Spray all luggage with BedbugLogic prior to traveling to your destination.  I suggest this especially if you are flying and your luggage will be mixing with out people’s luggage.
  • Spray all the bedding and mattresses when you arrive at the hotel.
  • Spray any other furniture in the room, as well as base boards.
  • Check your luggage and clothing prior to packing them up when your trip is over.
  • Spray all your luggage before packing up your belonging on the way home.
  • When you get home check your luggage and clothing for any signs of bedbugs.

These are just a few tips to help you keep the bedbugs away when you travel for the holidays or any time of the year.  BedbugLogic starts at $18.00 for the small 8 oz size that works great for traveling.  It’s a great item to have for yourself and anyone that does traveling.  To learn more about BedbugLogic and all the other Logic Products connect with them online via their website www.logicproducts.com and their social media site on Facebook and Twitter.

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Nickida - is a wife and stay at home mother of four. She was born in Trinidad but moved to the US at age 14. She started blogging on an off for about three years and recently started writing more consistently. She enjoys sharing about her children, marriage, books, recipes, movies, reviews, giveaways and much more. She is working on improving her baking skills and building on her cake decorating business.

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RAV Power Review

RAV Power Review

We live in a time where we have to stay connected at all times.  Leaving your cell phone home is like leaving an arm at home and the effort to remain connected at all times has lead to the need for chargers you can take on the go.  I was send a RAVPower RP-PB08 Luster 3000mAh External Battery to review and share my thoughts with you.

I can’t say that I am a huge techie but I love being current with all the latest gadgets.  I remember traveling for my first even blogger press trip with Disney and I took my portable charger so I could always have battery power on the go.  I made sure it was charged fulled over night and when I woke up the next morning and did a test run. The charger has died.  It would work with my new charging cable for my iPhone 5c.  I hated it because I was limited on power so I had to make sure I conserved my power.  When I gt home I wanted to make sure I didn’t have to go without a charge again.  I got the RAVPower RP-PB08 Luster 3000mAh External Battery in Gold to review and all I can say is good things about this portable charger.  Some of my favorite features of this charger:

  • It’s very small and portable.  It’s like a little lipstick so I can take it with me when I have a small clutch or when I have a huge purse.
  • It doesn’t take long to charger up.  My previous charger took a whole day to fully charge.
  • It holds power for a long time.  After charging it held power for at least three weeks when not in use.  My other charger would die within a week.
  • Standard USB output, compatible with any mobile devices with DC 5V input.
  • Has a lot of charging power.  It can give you an extra 5 hours of charging time on your iPhone.  I was able to fully charge my iPhone and iPad and the charger still had power.
  • There’s a bright flash light as a bonus.  I have used mines to look under the bed, find things in the dark and light up my purse.
  • It comes in five different colors: gold, silver, black, pink, and blue.

To learn more be sure to check out the Rav Power website, you can also purchase the charger now for $17.99.  This is a great charger and it would make a great gift for anyone on your gift list.  I have loved mines and it’s kept me connected while on the go.  Most recently it kept me charged up during Disney Social Media Moms in Philly.

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Wholly Wholesome Pie Facts & Recipe to Celebrate National Pie Month

Wholly Wholesome Pie Facts & Recipe to Celebrate National Pie Month

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Who knew that there was a whole month dedicated to just Pies?  Well to celebrate I would like to share with you some awesome Pie Facts and a delicious recipes from the Wholly Wholesome Company.

General Pie Facts

o   Approx. $700 million in pies (approx. 186 million units) are sold in grocery stores every year. This does not include restaurants, food service or price clubs, only grocery stores.

o   Pumpkin pie was first introduced to the holiday table at the pilgrim’s second Thanksgiving in 1623.

o   90% Americans who believe a slice of pie represents one of the simple pleasures in life

Pie By the Numbers

o   36 million Number of Americans who identify apple pie as their favorite

o   47% Americans for whom the word “comforting” comes to mind when they think of pie

o   6 million Number of American men ages 35-54 who have eaten the last slice of pie and denied it

o   27% Americans who believe chocolate pie is the most romantic to share with someone special

o   1 in 5 Proportion of Americans who have eaten an entire pie by themselves

o   113 million Number of Americans who have eaten pie for breakfast

o   75 million Number of Americans who prefer to drink milk with their pie

o   32% Americans who prefer no crust on top of their pie

o   90% Americans who agree that a slice of pie represents one of the simple pleasures in life

o   9% Americans who prefer to eat their pie crust-first

o   7% Americans who have passed off a store-bought pie as homemade

o   18% Men who say their wife makes the best homemade pie

o   2% Women who say their husband makes the best homemade pie

Pie Personalities

o   If you love… You are likely to describe yourself as…

o   Apple Pie Independent, realistic and compassionate

o   Pecan Pie Thoughtful and analytical

o   Chocolate Pie Loving

o   Pumpkin Pie Funny and independent

Pie Preferences

o   More than one-third of Americans have eaten pie in bed

o   Nearly one in four women believe that they make the best pie – better than Mom or Grandma

o   More than one-third of Americans have craved pie in the middle of the night

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Apple Crumb Pie

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Filling
6 medium sized apples (WeI like Granny Smith)
1/2 Cup sugar
2 Tbs corn starch
1/2 Tsp cinnamon
1/4 Tsp nutmeg

Mix together dry ingredients in a large bowl. Peel, core, and slice apples, toss with the dry ingredients until evenly coated, and sugar mixture is moistened from apples. Pack apple mixture evenly into a Wholly Wholesome 9” pie shell. The apples will be piled high, but will cook down some in the oven. Finish with crumb topping.

Crumb Topping
1/3 C light brown sugar
1/3 C all purpose flour
1/3 C rolled oats
1 t cinnamon
1/8 t salt
1/4 t nutmeg
1/4 C unsalted butter

Combine dry ingredients in a bowl. You can cut in butter with a fork or a pastry blender, or simply rub it in with your hands. Mix until butter is worked into the dry ingredients, it should look lumpy but dry. Smooth the crumb mixture over the apples.

Place pie on a sheet pan and bake in a 375° oven for about an hour (maybe a little longer). You will know the pie is done when juices bubbling out of it look thick, or a paring knife is easily inserted in the center and the apples are tender. The pie will sink down as it cools.

 

 

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How To Prepare For Your Digital Afterlife

How To Prepare For Your Digital Afterlife

 

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There are many things that people forget to put in a will, but perhaps it never crosses their minds to deal with their digital afterlife. Have you ever wondered about what happens to your Twitter, Facebook and blog accounts once you’ve died?

 

Blogging in the afterlife

 

Your blog could be out there entertaining people long after you’ve gone, which is a nice thought to think there’s a trace of you left out there for posterity. However, if you don’t like that idea what do you do?

 

Is a password enough?

 

Apparently, you need a password to get into someone’s account and if you don’t have that, you need proof of death before it’d be given to you. If this is the case, it’s important that things like this are put in your will. However, you may want your blog to stay online after you’ve gone, so it’s important to make sure that’s in your will too. Be clear about what you want.

 

List

 

Draw up a list of all your online accounts and blogs, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, blogger, websites. Make sure you list your passwords and usernames. Make sure you include everything.

 

Research

 

Research how to deal with a deceased’s account for each one, Twitter, Facebook etc. It may not be as straightforward as you think, so make sure you have all the facts. Some may need more information than just proof of death e.g. death certificate. Make sure you know exactly what each one needs to verify your death and allow your family into your online accounts. They may need to leave a message to let everyone know you’ve gone; they can’t do that if you haven’t left clear instructions.

 

Let people know

 

It’s important to let your family and friends know exactly what you want done with each online account/forum/blog.

 

Some you may want to stay open permanently after you’ve gone, or perhaps for a certain amount of time, perhaps 6 months with a final message from loved ones and an opportunity for friends to leave messages of condolence.

 

Other’s you may be happy to dispense with as soon as you’re gone. Make sure your will doesn’t leave these important facts out. Your digital life may not seem so important in comparison to other things, like your personal assets, but it is crucial to get your digital life in order while you’re still alive.

 

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Reduce Energy Consumption And Help The Environment With Energy Saving Light Bulbs

Reduce Energy Consumption And Help The Environment With Energy Saving Light Bulbs

Energy saving light bulbs like light emitting diode (LED) lights and compact fluorescent lights (CFLs) have become widely popular nowadays because of their role in effectively and efficiently reducing electricity costs. In fact, the abovementioned light bulbs are three to five times more efficient than ordinary incandescent bulbs or tubes.

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While the said energy-saving lighting accessories are more expensive than incandescent ones; in the long run, the savings that you will accumulate from them will more than compensate the amount that you shelled out upon purchase. This is the primary reason why it is the ideal choice for individuals who put a premium on energy costs.

For instance, CFLs only consume a fraction of the electricity that is utilized by ordinary incandescent bulbs or tubes. Therefore, an 18-watt CFL bulb can save you close to 600 kWh in its lifetime.

Energy saving light bulbs also play essential roles in helping the environment. This is because they are well capable of reducing both water and air pollution.

For this reason, replacing your old incandescent bulbs or tubes with energy saving units can drastically reduce the amount of carbon monoxide and greenhouse gases that may accumulate in the earth’s atmosphere. This simple adjustment can go a very long way in terms of saving the environment, that is why many green energy proponents encourage it.

In addition to the abovementioned benefits, energy saving light bulbs are also easy to use. They easily fit conventional sockets and produce brighter light than their incandescent counterparts. Plus, the said bulbs can be utilized anywhere: on ceiling fixtures, porch lights, and table lamps, among others. Simply put, they are versatile commodities that are well worth the investment.

As lighting technology continues to improve in a significant way, you now have better options to choose from. With this in mind, go for those that don’t only look good and perform well, but also reduce electricity consumption. Remember, this simple move comes with a myriad of endless benefits!

 

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Shave Mob Review

Shave Mob Review

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Disclosure: I was provided samples from Save Mob in exchange for a review.  Any and all opinions are my own and have not been influenced.

Shaving is a part of your regular routine and it’s something we often don’t put very much effort into at times.  I know when I was growing up I didn’t care what kind of razors I would use and I didn’t even pay attention how using bad razors could affect my skin.  Now I make sure that I only buy good razors and I love the ones that has moisture strips and multiple blades.  Good razors however are not cheap.  Some brands sell a starter kit for about six bucks but cartridge refills can cost up to fifteen dollars or more for five replacements.  I know it’s not cheap but they products usually work great, they keep skin smooth and some help keep hair from growing back as fast.  Shave Mob is an online seller of top quality razors, the best thing about them is the price.

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I had the opportunity to review some razors from Shave Mob and I decided to gets some from the Men’s Mob.  My hubby uses an electric razor but my father always uses regular razors.  My razors arrived in a small round brown tube and it contained one handle and three different set of cartridges.  One has three blades, one has four and the other five.  I was surprised because I wasn’t expecting such nice razors in the kit.  I knew my dad would love using them.  They came at the perfect time also.  My dad’s been having some health issues and he recently had to go out on short term disability at work.  That means having to cut back in areas, but when these arrived I knew they would go well with a few more items to make a nice “Get Well Kit” for him.  So I grab some samples I had in the linen closet and made him a little gift box from the kids.

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I just put in some other personal care products with the cartridges and handle.  They were shampoo and conditioner, deodorant, lotion, body wash, and body and face wash and some toothpaste.

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I took some old newspaper and lined the bottom of a cute little box we had and placed all the items inside and wrote a little note that said; “To help your care for yourself as you get well”.  He loved it.  He’s also enjoyed using the razors as well.  He had never used a five blade razor and he loved the results.  Since my mom is helping him shave right now he is using the three blade razor and he loves it.  These should last him for a while and help him keep his facial hair down while he is recovering.

Here’s How It Works:

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The Costs:

This is a great way to save money and get high quality shaving products.  Shave Mob has products for both men and women at affordable prices.  Visit them online to learn more.  You can also connect with them on Facebook and Twitter.

 

 

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Earn Cash Back From Babies “R” Us Sweetest Registry Deal

Earn Cash Back From Babies “R” Us Sweetest Registry Deal

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Disclosure:  I will receive a gift card in exchange for this post.  Any and all opinions expressed are my own and have not been influenced.  The Babies“R”Us information and gift cards have been provided by Babies“R”Us.

So you found out that you’re expecting and you making your list of all the things you need to get done between now and the time baby arrives.  One of the most important things you can do is creating a registry so family, friends and co-workers can get an idea of all the things you need to help you be more prepared for your new baby.  Well Babies “R” Us knows a lot about babies and they know how much preparing and planning goes into getting ready for baby, they have Registry Consultants to assist you when you are creating your registry.  You can get this assistance in-store or online.  Even better Babies “R” Us is currently offering the sweetest registry deal ever.  Right now you can earn up to $200 cash back on your registry purchases.

Babies R Us Sweetest Registry Deal Ever - Earn up to $200 Back

 

Expectant parents and caregivers can earn up to $200 back on items purchased off their Babies“R”Us Registry created between now and November 15, 2013 through the Sweetest Registry Deal Ever promotion.  Moms can earn 10% back on purchases made off their Babies“R”Us Registry (up to $200). This will come in the form of an e-gift card approximately 10 weeks after their expected arrival date, enabling parents to purchase even more products and essentials for baby.

This is a great promotion and a win-win for everyone.  You can find out more about the promotion and review the terms and conditions here.  So when someone goes to the store or online and purchases something off your registry, as long as they provide your registry number that purchase can earn you 10% cash back*.  As an expecting mother myself I know this is a sweet deal indeed.  Now that you’ve found out about the sweetest registry deal you are probably wondering what to add to your registry so you can earn cash back from Babies” R” Us.  Here’s some of the items I am registering for as well as some essentials that I recommend you add to your registry as well:

  • Diapers – you won’t believe how many diapers newborns go through, so be sure to add this essential to your registry and also in various sizes.  Diapers are always needed so it’s wise to stuck up so you won’t have to make late night runs if you run out.
  • Wipes – just as essential as diapers, you are going to need a lot of wipes for baby.
  • Wash Clothes – these can double as burp clothes as well.
  • Onesies – are a must for babies, they can wear them alone or under their clothes but you will need lots of them during the first six months or so.
  • Diaper rash cream – this essential is great to have on hand just in case.  Even if your baby doesn’t have a rash applying a small amount of cream to keep skin protected can help prevent diaper rashes from ever starting.
  • Pack N Play – I really like these because they are portable, you can keep baby safe during naps or if you are just laying them down for a few minutes, plus you can use it as they grow for a play pen.

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I also suggest adding some of the higher priced items like car seats, strollers, bouncers, and furniture for people who are going to chip in to get one big item or family members who want to get you something really special.  Remember that you can register online or visit the store.   In-store, registrants will also receive additional perks, such as a special welcome package, which includes a Baby Registry Planner with a full checklist of essential items, invitation cards to inform family and friends that they are registered at Babies“R”Us, a $5 off $25 coupon, product samples and more.

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♦Bonus – A Giveaway♦

One lucky reader has the chance to win a Babies “R” Us gift card to help them or someone they know get started with purchasing their baby needs.  One winner will receive a $50 Babies “R” Us gift card.  Must be 18 or older to enter, open to resident of the United States only.  The giveaway will run from now and end October 8th, 2013 at 11:59 PM.  Enter via the tool below.  Good Luck and be sure to share the giveaway.

*A Promotional Gift Card valued at 10% of the items purchased from your registry will be emailed to you approximately 10 weeks after your expected arrival date. Your registry automatically qualifies once the total value of products purchased from the registry exceeds $200. Valid email address is required. One registry per household. Valid only on purchases made from your registry up to 30 days after your expected arrival date. Exclusions apply! See Terms & Conditions for full list of exclusions. Not available to any registries created before 9/16/13. Offer vaild on new registries created 9/16-11/15/13. Promotion Gift Card expires 4 months after issue date. Actual reward value varies based on 10% of the purchase price of the item. Current price does not reflect sale pricing.

 

 

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