Did you know May is Allergy Awareness Month? 2012 has seen one of the worst allergy seasons on record. Allergy season started earlier than usual and may last longer than normal. That spells misery for allergy sufferers, … like me. In fact, 1 in 5 people suffer from allergies. Fear not! Nozin has introduced a new product, Nozin® Allergy Master®, just in the nick of time!
NOZIN® Allergy Master® nasal spray is a natural way to relieve nasal inflammation, congestion, sneezing, watery eyes and runny nose plus build protection without side effects often associated with allergy medications. Lasts up to 12 hours, is non-drowsy and soothes nasal dryness. Clinically proven Allergy Master® with AntioxClear® technology Works Fast and Lasts™ to help you Master your allergies.™
When I read that, it was like music to my ears, or more accurately- my runny nose… and watery eyes. Allergy Master® is an all natural nasal spray, it's a homeopathic product with AntioxClear® technology and additional ingredients like jojoba oil, peppermint oil and aloe. NO steroids, NO antihistamines, NO drowsiness, NO rebound congestion and NO irritating dryness! Any time I can use a homeopathic product over one that is not natural, I will choose homeopathic!
Nozin® Allergy Master® with AntioxClear® technology is clinically proven to boost healing antioxidants for relief and protection.
Nozin Allergy Master is available online at CVS.com and online at Nozin.com. A full-size bottle sells for $14.99. Nozin has been kind enough to allow me to give 25 Full-Size bottles of Nozin Allergy Master to my readers! Can you believe that, 25 bottles! I am so excited to be able to offer this to you, thank you, Nozin! Be sure to join @Nozin on twitter on May 23 for an Allergy Awareness twitter party and great giveaways!
Disclaimer: Nozin provided me with one bottle of Nozin Allergy Master to try out. The views represented here are my own-thanks, Nozin!
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I'm excited to be taking part in this awesome Giveaway! The folks over at UPrinting.com, are letting me give one lucky winner 100 postcards-how cool is that?! I can think of tons of uses for these postcards! Please consider using UPrinting.com for all your postcard printing needs.
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3. Winners are allowed to win once over a six-month period.
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Contest closes on May 25, 2012- winner will have 48 hours to contact me or a new winner will be chosen- Good Luck!
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So, the patio chairs were looking really rough. I purchased them about 4 years ago, at a garage sale. The previous owners had used them inside-but I wanted them for outside! The chairs are made of bamboo (I believe) and have some wicker here & there. The cushions were thrown out earlier this year, the elements…and the squirrels, had taken their toll! I purchased new cushions at a hardware store and that improved the look of the chairs tremendously, but they still looked pretty pitiful. Take a look for yourself:
Pretty sad, huh?! First thing I did, (about 2 wks ago) was fill in some of the cracks with spackle. (Not sure if that's what I was supposed to use, but it's what I used!). I think it worked pretty well. Yesterday, I went to the hardware store to pick out some paint. I wanted a really bright color, like a yellow or a red…turquoise… but I decided to play it safe and went for a dark brown color- to match the cushions we already have.
Before I painted them (I used a spray paint made by Rustoleum) I knew I had to sand them. I could see lots of the old varnish flaking off, so I spent about half an hour sanding them both down. It was very easy to do.
Once that was done, it was time to paint! I ended up using a can on each chair & then went back to the store and purchased one more can so I could go over both chairs one last time, used about 1/2 of that can.
This was my first time using spray paint, and I did not have any problems…besides the fact that I got some paint on my hands…note to self: use gloves next time! Here's the final product- I really like them!
Before & after!
Don't be afraid to get out there and try something new- I had never spray painted furniture before yesterday- but I went for it and I'm glad I did!
Keep on using your Mommy Powers!