Hey Loves, Happy Tuesday and Hello Spring Fever!
For me spring fever is all about allergies and cleaning. So, today I thought I would share some of my tips on surviving allergy season as an allergy sufferer who also happens to be allergic to her own dog.
Allergies are a constant battle for me, but there are a few things that I do to cut down on the sneezing, sniffles and snot. For starters I take over the counter allergy medication every day. Allergy medication usually contains antihistamine that can quickly dehydrate you, so along with that I drink tons and tons of water, preferably infused with grapefruit, because that also aids in the battle of allergy symptoms.
Murphy goes everywhere with us and along with Murphy comes his dander and hair. So, minimizing the allergens takes a revolving system. When it’s time to put Murphy in the car for a rab-a-dab-a outing, he has his own fresh stack of towels to line the seats of the car. “Yes, Murphy is a lover-dog and her deserves a lot of TLC.” When we get back home I pull the towel out, shake it off and toss it in the washer separately, because of course Murphy gets his own load of laundry, but even using a towel hair and dander get left behind, so I keep Clorox Triple Action Dust Wipes in my car console and give the seats a quick swipe and presto…the wipes pick up everything. In fact, I’m kind-of obsessed with the whips and have them stashed everywhere including the laundry room. I use Clorox Triple Action Dust Wipes to clean out the lint filter after I do a load for Murphy to get rid of any excess hair or dander.
Okay, one last tip. Instead of searching for my lint roller, that I loose every 5 seconds like my sunglasses; I just wrap a little tape around my hand to pick up little pieces my lover-dog left on me.
I hope my little tips help to keep your sniffles and sneezes away. Smooches, I’m off for a date with lover-dog. xoxo
This post is sponsored by Clorox—helping you clean on the go for a happier home.
Clorox helping you clean on the go for a happier home sponsors this post. All stories and opinions are my own.