We are all busy this time of year and it’s the worst time of year to get sick. Traveling on a plane this holiday is only made worse when you are not feeling well. That’s why when you feel sick it’s best to stay prepared so you can easily have a remedy close by to get you feeling better and back to enjoying more time with your family. I am a Vicks ambassador and was compensated for this post. Opinions are my own.
3 Simple Holiday Travel Tips For Families
- Pack Smart – If you have a large family take the easy route and just check your bags. Your kids can take on small backpacks , make sure you take books and small toys to keep them comfortable. Hand sanitizer and wipes are your friend while traveling, be sure to pack some in their bags!
- Stay Prepared – When you’re feeling sick you need to start to treat the cold or flu right away. Make sure to pack Vick’s NyQuil & DayQuil in your suitcase. Learn more about how to get rid of a cold.
- Rest – Rest is your friend so be sure to bring a comfortable pillow and blanket. When traveling with little ones it’s also great for nap time and keeping them comfortable. Traveling with three children I like to pack toys for them to stay engaged with, because after all parents don’t get sick days!
As, we head into cold and flu season it’s important to always stay aware and prepared. Vick’s NyQuil & DayQuil is something I like to pack in our travel bag.
DayQuil Severe contains a non drowsy pain reliever/fever reducer, nasal decongestant, cough suppressant and expectorant, all to temporarily relieve aches, fever, sore throat, nasal/sinus congestion and pressure, cough and chest congestion. It’s a staple in our suitcase! Vicks DayQuil and NyQuil Severe are available at retail stores in the cold and flu treatment aisle. More information can be found at Vicks.com or @NyQuilDayQuil on Twitter! Click here for a coupon : spr.ly/NoSickDays.
What are your best tips for powering through a cold while traveling?