Shh…I’m Letting You In On A Light Bladder Leakage Tip! #sp

Many thanks to Poise for sponsoring today’s story, and keeping me confident!

Poise Pad Sample Kit

I have talked about light bladder leakage (LBL) before, and I am going to talk about it again. As I become more educated on LBL I am realizing that this is a pretty common, but embarrassing issue for many females. It seems that our bladders cannot always hold up their strength after we give birth or lead a very active lifestyle. Sometimes all it takes is for my child to put me into a laughing fit for me to feel it, LBL and then I get so upset because I have to change my clothing. It isn’t comfortable and it’s quite embarrassing, most days it makes me feel old. I am not old, I am only 32 years of age with three kids and a very active lifestyle. LBL should not be keeping me from my active, happy lifestyle, but sometimes it does. The great news is that LBL doesn’t have to have control of me any longer …

I want to let you in on a little secret today, about how I can control my LBL, okay so I can’t control it, but I can be more confident about it with Poise Microliner. Poise Microliner is a thin pad that doesn’t make you feel as if you are wearing a diaper, after all, you don’t want to be uncomfortable when dealing with LBL, you want to be confident. Light bladder leakage is something that cannot be handled with a tampon, it’s no good to be wearing a tampon every day of your life, I must admit before learning about Poise and LBL, I had debating wearing a tampon every day to keep that bladder leakage at bay. Obviously I made the decision to look for a product that was safe for every day use, and allowed me to continue my active lifestyle with more confidence, the Poise Microliner ended up being the product of choice for confidence with light bladder leakage.

I want to share with you all this amazing product, Poise Microliner has a free sample pad kit for you to get, simply click the image at the top of this blog post or  visit the website where you can sign up to get a free sample pad kit from Poise.  I can only hope that this product helps you be more confident with light bladder leakage in the way it has helped me!

About Poise Microliners – These shockingly thin and surprisingly absorbent liners feature SAM (Super Absorbent Material) to provide discreet Light Bladder Leakage (LBL) protection that helps keep you dry and comfortable all day long so you can manage life’s little leaks with confidence. Poise Microliners are the thinnest liners in the light incontinence category and are designed to absorb wetness, neutralize odor and stay three times drier than period liners.

Many thanks to Poise for sponsoring today’s story, and keeping me confident!

Answer me this, have you ever dealt with Light Bladder Leakage? Will you try out the free sample pad kit from Poise as a means to be more confident with LBL?

ChapStick® Holiday Gift Giving Ideas

Disclosure: “The ChapStick® product and information have been provided by Pfizer Consumer Healthcare.”

Every year people start thinking about great stocking stuffer ideas, well ChapStick® is always a win for me. I have mentioned many times that ChapStick® is the only brand of lip moisturizer I have always and currently use for my own lips. This holiday season, November 1, 2013, ChapStick® is releasing their holiday tins that will come in three fashionable design options;

  • Gold Pattern, Purple & Gold Lace and Pink Sparkle Tins that contain Strawberry, Cherry and Spearmint Classic ChapStick®. Available exclusively at Target for the suggested retail price of $4.99 each.
  • Plaid and Snowflake tins containing Strawberry, Cherry and Spearmint Classic ChapStick® and the Diagonal Candy Cane Stripe tin containing limited-edition Candy Cane are available exclusively at Walmart for the suggest retail price of $4.99 each.
  • The Candy Cane Swirl tin containing the limited-edition Candy Cane ChapStick® is available exclusively at Walgreens for the suggested retail price of $5.99.

ChapStick® Holiday Tins

ChapStick® Collector’s Edition Ornament Tins will be available November 1, 2013 for those who want to deck the halls with ChapStick®. These tins can be great for a storage tin later on to keep your ChapStick® in as each comes with a plastic holding area inside to host your choice of ChapStick® varieties {each tin contains three Candy Cane seasonal varieties}. The ChapStick® Collector’s Edition Ornament Tins are available in Red, White & Sparkle, Candy Cane Swirl & Red, White & Blue Candy Cane. The collector’s edition ornament tins will be exclusively at Target for the suggested retail price of $4.99.

ChapStick® Seasonal Varieties will be available November 1, 2013 and feature a gift tag on the back of each package making it easier to do gift giving with less wrapping. ChapStick® has brought back, by popular demand, their Gingerbread Kiss and Candy Cane seasonal varieties for your gift giving needs this holiday season. ChapStick® seasonal varieties will be available for a limited time nationwide in the cough and cold aisle at food, drug and mass retailers for the suggested retail price of $1.01 – $1.99.

Learn more about what ChapStick® is up to this holiday season when you visit the ChapStick® website and Like ChapStick® Facebook Page.

 

Disclosure: “The ChapStick® product and information have been provided by Pfizer Consumer Healthcare.”

 

Post Launches Sesame Street Cereal – A is for Apple

Free Product

Today I am sharing with you a fun cereal for little ones recently launched by Post. In all honesty my big kids have even taken this cereal along to school in a sandwich bag for snack, so it’s great for big kids too.

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B is for Banana and C is for cereal, two perfectly delicious cereal options for your little ones that also have a fun, colorful box to encourage your little ones interest in eating such cereal. Post really nailed their art for this cereal box, even I am drawn to it in the stores.

Post Sesame Street Cereal

As a way to help you all enjoy a taste test of this cereal Post is offering a $1 off coupon on the Post Sesame Street Cereal Facebook Page, simply like their page and get that coupon so that you can try this cereal that my kids have enjoyed not only as breakfast but as a snack in place of sugary chocolate sweets.

Have you seen this cereal in the cereal aisle at your grocery store? Have you tried it yet?

Why Send Her Home Sick?

I am grocery shopping at Walmart with the four year old, cell is on silent while I am in the store because I am sure no one wants to hear the Red Solo Cup song over and over, yes I get texts a lot – some days. They also would hear the Facebook alert notification quite frequently which is one of two different songs because my cell phone is funked up.

K-man and I did the grocery shopping and I picked him up a clearance flashlight Cars brand toy of some sort for like $4, then we checked out and got to the car. Then I decided to check my cell phone. There it was, my daughter’s school number. They had called only moments before I looked and had left a voicemail. I listen to the voicemail and here we go … the daughter has a fever and needs to be picked up from school.

I go get the daughter, thinking she has this high fever and is all sick, but in reality she has a temp of 99.2 and is seriously moody as all heck because God forbid she gets sent home. She is a worrier by nature and gets totally stressed out lately – I love these tween hormones – so much fun!

We get home and she checks her temp, yup 99.1 and sits there complaining about how she shouldn’t have been brought him, she isn’t sick .. yadda yadda yadda. Then I hear her, in my room, coughing up a freaking lung. She sounds HORRIBLE, seriously AWFUL, but she isn’t sick mind you. Not at all. And to top that off, she isn’t coughing?! Ummm dude you could hear that cough in China, no joke.

The thing was that we were suppose to go to the hospital and meet the new addition to our family – Baby Olivia, my sisters first child after having been told she would never have kids. A sick Ki can not go meet her new baby cousin, no way, no how. It is not something worth risking at a hospital or anywhere there is a newborn baby. Ki was upset and convinced herself she wasn’t coughing and wasn’t sick. I took forever explaining to her why she is technically “sick” even if she doesn’t “feel sick”.

Tears in her eyes, she was so upset she couldn’t meet her new cousin (and only cousin on my side of the family), but she will meet her soon enough I reassured Ki that she can meet her Monday night if all goes well and she is no longer sick. I had no words that would work to alleviate her stressed out mind over not being able to meet her cousin and having so much work to do and all that was on her mind. This girl is only 10 years old but the things she worries about drive me to tilt my head and grab a hold of her to give her a big hug.

I am seriously debating to just leave her a school next time, if that were even an option. Quarantine this kid in a room and let her do her school work because if you send her home all she is going to do is feel stressed out over all the work she will have to make up.

There you have it, now Miss Ki is sick with a bad cough and low grade fever. Hopefully this all passes and I do not get it. I can not afford, handle, have time to get sick … not one moment!

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