Comment: I was sent a Nomader collapsible water bottle. Thank you to Nomader for collaborating with Parenting Healthy
Have we ever been more apprehensive about sending the kids back to school as we do with this virus? Our kids will be distant learning for now, but many are going back and we need to now teach our children proper hygiene and less sharing. You may not want them sharing supplies with other kids or drinking from the same water fountain to stay germ-safe right now. Send them to school with this lightweight, collapsible water bottle from Nomader®.
The cap is a twist cap so you can assure there will be no leakage. Rolling it up so they can toss it securely in their bag when they empty it is very simple to do. Kids can learn very easily. It is very durable, you can feel it. The materials are safe as well.
The kids need their hydration and may be used to heading to a water fountain but health experts advise carrying water bottles and avoid sharing spaces so if your child does not have a leak-proof and lightweight bottle to carry all day, this is the best collapsible water bottle I have come across in a long time for kids.
Not just for kids, but it also makes a great water bottle for hikes and campus life because it is so durable and versatile. The size when rolled up and weight are its best features aside from not leaking.
The Nomader Collapsible Water Bottle retail for $24.95 and are available in a range of stylish colors at nomader.com and at Amazon
Summer is here, which normally means it’s time to take a vacation! In the age of the Coronavirus Pandemic, many plans are being changed or curtailed. No matter where you’re going, if you’re not prepared, a potentially amazing holiday can turn out to be the worst. Here are our summer travel tips to make sure everything goes smoothly and as safely as possible.
Wash your hands regularly
It might seem obvious, but this is your best and easiest way to stay healthy while you’re traveling. Regular handwashing can help prevent COVID-19 transmission as well as more routine illnesses like diarrhea and respiratory infections. Washing up can also help you avoid bacteria such as E. coli and salmonella, which can cause major gastrointestinal issues (or even something worse). You’ll also remove germs left from a sneeze or other factors that can cause colds and other illnesses that can ruin your trip.
And consider the health and habits of the people around you. Take antibacterial wipes to deal with germy surfaces, such as a gas pump, door handles, or hotel room surfaces. This is one of my favorite summer travel tips so I can help teach my son proper hand washing in all types of settings with wha is available.
Eat and drink in moderation
There’s no shame in indulging when you’re on vacation, but try to keep a balance between occasional splurges and nutritious food. For example, if you’re planning a big dinner, try eating light vegetables during the day.
Also, try to eat vegetables at least once daily while traveling. Dark, leafy greens are especially a good choice: They can improve your mood and energy.
To further protect your health, try to eat outdoors whenever possible and avoid smaller, older restaurants. Getting to-go orders is a smart alternative as well and provide the opportunity for a fun family picnic.
It can be challenging to drink enough water when you’re busy enjoying the summer and sightseeing. However, dehydration can cause headaches, fatigue and even serious health problems.
Here are some useful summer travel tips:
Bring an empty bottle to the airport and fill it at the terminal.
Keep a bottle of water with you everywhere you go — and make sure you bring extra water for any children traveling with you.
Download an app to track your water intake and get notifications.
Get enough sleep
Vacation is a time for both play and rest. If you get less than six hours of sleep per night, even for just a week, you’re more likely to get a common cold than people who sleep more. If your body is thrown off from jet-lag, try taking a melatonin pill on the first night or two in your new environment. This will prepare your body to relax at your new bedtime.
Get some exercise
Even if you need a relaxing vacation where rest is the only thing you’ve planned, try to get at least 30 minutes of physical activity every day. Exercising on vacation can help you recover from any stiffness from sleeping in a new bed, and it improves your overall energy level. Consider exercising outdoors and avoiding enclosed gyms and studios.
Use your sunscreen
Days spent at the pool or the beach mean more exposure to the sun’s harmful rays. Use a sunscreen with a sun protection factor (SPF) of at least 30 and apply it every couple of hours or when you’re sweaty and/or wet. This will reduce your risk for skin cancer. Hats are great extra protection for you and your kids.
I hope these 6 summer travel tips can allow you to find ways to still enjoy time together while keeping it safe for you and everyone else. Happy summer 2020.
Written by Durisan, experts in the sanitization industry.
Take comfort to work with the Swiss Digital Women’s Smart Massaging Backpack. I almost don’t know where to start as I run through all the features this bag offers from a fashionable and classy look to a back and straps that actually give you a massage! I suppose I will start on the very outside of this backpack.
I LOVE the colors! The rose on black is incredibly stunning and you get the right touch of rose gold in the zipper designs. Before you unzip this backpack’s many zippers, you get your phone charging port and power button for the back massager.
Just by unzipping the small side pocket of the Smart Massaging Backpack you will find 2 built-in USB cords. The white cord runs to the back massage power and the black cord runs to your outer USB phone plug to charge your device/phone. You keep your power bank in the side pocket (or remove it as you board the plane which will make this bag TSA-friendly) and plug in either cord. Switch from massage power to phone charging without removing the bag from your back by reaching that side pocket and changing cords or use 2 power banks and keep one in the side for massage power and one in the sleeve in the main pocket for your phone charge. This backpack is so versatile.
The Smart Massaging Backpack has so much organization potential which suites me 100% as I need to stay as organized as possible when working or traveling. The protective laptop pad even fits my Macbook Pro with its leather case on!
With my old bag I had to take my laptop out of its case to fit it in the protective sleeve. It has the RFID Protection Pocket.
Here is the back! Here you will find the power button for the back massage. It is located in the lower back pad and you just make sure you have a power bank to the white cord in the side pocket and hold that power button down for about 3 seconds to activate. Once you feel the vibration, keep clicking that power button until you reach the desired massage vibration (there is more than one – back, shoulder or both)!
There is a mid outer sleeve so you can secure your backpack over your luggage handle. Adjust the shoulder straps easily with a lot of room and also there is a secure waist strap if you need.
The Smart Massaging Backpack includes the same features as SwissDigital smart backpacks with the extra benefit of a personal back massager.