This conversation is sponsored by Puffs and Vicks available at Walmart. All opinions are my own.
The fall is finally upon us, and while this year the weather in the NorthEast has been super crazy, with crisp cool evenings after the temperatures peak in the mid 80s some days, the monster of winter is right around the corner. Most of us are enjoying the best of the season with pumpkins and vibrant fall colors, but cautiously preparing for the winter months and colds to come is vital, especially since it will be accompanied by sneezes, coughs, and runny noses. Here are some tips to help your family conquer the cold and flu season this year!
- Chicken Soup is for more than the soul. The broth is packed with nutrients like amino acids that are anti-inflammatory and can help cold symptoms like congestion. Plus, the warm liquid can help soothe a sore throat. Utilize a fall afternoon to make a big pot of chicken soup and divvy up the soup into multiple containers to freeze. Keeping a soup stash on hand will keep you prepared at the first sign of a cold.
- Invest your stock in tissues. Nothing is worse than having a runny nose with no tissues! Be sure you have plenty of Puffs ready for those cold and flu sneezes. You can even look for Puffs Plus Lotion for the extra softness needed when you have a sore nose.
- Fill up your medicine cabinet with the essentials! To ensure you can get through the day and night, if a cold or flu hits, stock up on DayQuil and NyQuil. For extra protection Keep Vicks VapoRub and Sinex on hand for relief at the first sign of the cold or flu.
As you prepare for cold and flu season, Walmart has you covered with savings! Starting 10/29, check your local Sunday newspaper for the P&G brandSAVER or go to PGeveryday.com to find coupons for $0.50 off Puffs and $1-$3 off Vicks products including DayQuil, NyQuil, Sinex and VapoRub.
Help your family to conquer the cold and flu season by staying ahead of the germ and heading to your local Walmart! Use practices like frequently washing hands in addition to stocking up your medicine cabinet with the essentials. Be ready for battle at the first sign of the cold and flu!
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of P&G . The opinions and text are all mine.