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I’m loading up our motorhome with travel essentials including a Travel Medicine Cabinet for RV Trips. Hitting the road with essentials like Xyzal® Allergy 24HR to keep my family comfortable.
See that big rig up above? That is what we refer to as our “cabin on wheels”. Long story short, my husband (pictured smiling above) started watching a few too many RV travel shows on TV last year. We rented larger motorhomes both in May and September of 2016, for what he called “research”. After renting the second RV, as luck would have it, the owner popped out a number and told us he’d “be willing to sell”. The next thing I know we are the proud owners of our very own 37′ “cabin on wheels” and are prepping for a full season of camping fun!
Now I love the outdoors and don’t get me wrong I’m thrilled to be past the camping in tent stage of my life, but there’s still a lot of work that goes along with enjoying this big rig. Not only do I have to plan and prep for upcoming travel adventures I also have to keep this big guy stocked, and well-stocked. We are not towing a vehicle behind us, so once we are parked at a destination…we are parked until we leave. There’s no small convenience store trips, no spontaneous running in and grabbing a few things here and there trips, nope. Unhooking this big fella is a process and if we can avoid hooking and unhooking at campgrounds more than once, then that’s the plan..
This is where my pre-travel prep work starts. I need to have us fully stocked and ready to go. This includes bedding, toiletries, kitchenwares, and also a travel medicine cabinet. Yes, a travel medicine cabinet that is stocked with essentials that we would normally use at home such as pain relievers, first aid items and products to conquer allergies such as Xyzal® Allergy 24HR. Having a reliable product such as Xyzal readily available while we are traveling is extremely important. Both my husband and myself suffer from seasonal allergies, complete with itchy watery eyes, runny nose and sneezing, all the fun stuff. And that’s just at home without leaving our own town. When traveling you encounter different allergens than you may have in your area, different climates, different plants blooming. No one wants an allergy attack while enjoying a vacation, so we’re conquering allergies by being prepared with Xyzal.
Using Xyzal just makes sense when you are out in nature. Although we may not be sleeping directly under the stars, we are out in the elements from morning until late at night when we are camping. Xyzal offers 24-hour allergy relief that doesn’t fade, which is crucial when you are driving long hours on the road, setting up your campsite and just trying to enjoy your trip. With clinically proven relief within 60 minutes you aren’t wasting time waiting to get relief. Conveniently take Xyzal before bed to help relieve allergy symptoms and wake up ready to take on a full day.
Xyzal is now available over the counter at CVS stores! Available in 10, 35, 55 & 80 ct packages, you can keep Xyzal everywhere you need. Always remember to read the product labeling and use as directed.
You may be thinking, isn’t there already a medicine cabinet in the bathroom area of her motorhome? And yes, there is but we have small children and just as I do at home I don’t keep any medications where they could easily be reached by small hands. There’s a high cabinet which has a handle that a childproof lock can be placed upon, that’s where I’m going to keep our travel medicine cabinet.
How to make a Travel Medicine Cabinet:
- I measured the area I planned on placing the travel medicine cabinet and found a small drawer unit that fit nicely.
- With a labeling machine I made simple and clear labels outlining what will be found in each drawer.
- I simply labeled: First Aid, Pain/Fever & Allergy.
- Then I attached the labels, and filled the drawers.
- I have a running check list of things to replenish inside the motorhome prior to each trip we take. I added travel medicine cabinet to the checklist, as items need replacing or replenishing I do that before we hit the road.
Next week we’re hitting the road for our first major trip and I’m confident that we have all the essentials. Stopping into CVS for Xyzal to conquer allergies and so much more before our trip means we can relax more and worry less.