Monday, September 13, 2010

Traveling With Chic... Can Be Uncomplicated

This post was quickly prompted by my recent trip to the local fair. We had a great time there, no denying it: pig races, doves, rabbits, sheep – you name it, they got it!

Now that my baby is potty-trained, it’s a delight to be Huggies-free and escort my toddler to the bathroom when he asks.

This time, the fairgrounds had one of those Happy Can–Drop Zone–Plop Jon portable toilets. We are thankful they were there, but there was no bathroom tissue inside that gotta-go-potties. What do you do in this case?

Run quickly into the neighboring portable?

No! Thanks to my “magic bag,” I produced one of those Tush Wipes that saved all the unnecessary agony about this sensitive subject. My toddler was happy and clean, and we were back to the fair enjoying the fun.

The Lesson.

Always equip your purse with little things that you think you’ll never need. You don’t need a ton of them! Have a couple, then replenish when they’re used.

I usually carry with me individually wrapped flushable moist wipes. My recent favorite is Feminine Wipes by PureTouch. Why they’re my last pick?

• They are soaked in natural ingredients like aloe, chamomile, cucumber, calendula
• Contain Vitamins A, C, E
• They are water, rather than alcohol, based
• They’re soft and have pleasant aroma
• Flushable
• Multi-purpose

Not so many brands strive to put truly natural ingredients into their products. If they do, it’s usually one or two great ingredients with a bunch of chemicals surrounding them. Not good. Not healthy.

So, make your pick! Read ingredients before you buy, if you truly care about your health, not just conveniences!

With love to you all.

Celebrate Your Wisdom Today!

Disclosure: I only write about products I believe in and use personally. I am not compensated for my opinions.
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