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Hyland's 4 Kids Bumps 'n Bruises Arnica Ointment Stick – Made To Matter

Hyland's 4 Kids Bumps 'n Bruises Arnica Ointment Sticks

Note: This is a sponsored post containing sponsored content regarding Target’s #MadeTo Matter handpicked products and Hyland’s 4 Kids Bumps ‘n Bruises Arnica Ointment Stick. 

Hyland’s 4 Kids does it again. They rarely fail to simply amaze me with their homeopathic line of products for kids and adults alike. Their latest addition is a must have not only for the kids, but for YOU as well!

Hyland’s 4 Kids Bumps ‘n Bruises Arnica Ointment Stick – Made To Matter

Hyland's 4 Kids Bumps 'n Bruises Arnica Ointment Sticks

Note: This is a sponsored post containing sponsored content regarding Target’s #MadeTo Matter handpicked products and Hyland’s 4 Kids Bumps ‘n Bruises Arnica Ointment Stick. 

Hyland’s 4 Kids does it again. They rarely fail to simply amaze me with their homeopathic line of products for kids and adults alike. Their latest addition is a must have not only for the kids, but for YOU as well!

Hyland's and Target – Made to Matter…and a Coupon!

Who doesn’t love Target? Well, ok. So you go in to buy a few items and end up with a cartful. That is probably what you don’t like about Target. But, oh, the deals that you have in that cart. They can’t give it away for less!

I’m not sure how many of you stay on top of Target Corporate, but back in April of this year they announced an initiative to bring more natural, organic and sustainable products into their stores because it is what their biggest customer base asks for. That customer base would be women and moms, like you and me. “Our guests are looking for products they can feel good bringing home without sacrificing price and performance,” said Kathee Tesija, executive vice president, Merchandising and Supply Chain, Target. “We’re taking the guesswork out of buying better-for-you products by bringing together 16 trusted brands.”

Hyland’s and Target – Made to Matter…and a Coupon!

Who doesn’t love Target? Well, ok. So you go in to buy a few items and end up with a cartful. That is probably what you don’t like about Target. But, oh, the deals that you have in that cart. They can’t give it away for less!

I’m not sure how many of you stay on top of Target Corporate, but back in April of this year they announced an initiative to bring more natural, organic and sustainable products into their stores because it is what their biggest customer base asks for. That customer base would be women and moms, like you and me. “Our guests are looking for products they can feel good bringing home without sacrificing price and performance,” said Kathee Tesija, executive vice president, Merchandising and Supply Chain, Target. “We’re taking the guesswork out of buying better-for-you products by bringing together 16 trusted brands.”

10 Words in 10 Days…Day 5

fran·tic
/ˈfrantik/
adjective
 1. wild or distraught with fear, anxiety, or other emotion.

What is it about leaving on a jet plane that makes me frantic? Until I am on that plane and securely fastened in my seat belt can I take a deep breath and relax. I suppose because by that time it is too late to do anything anyway.

It’s funny, because its not like I’m going to the moon. I mean, there are grocery stores, and drug stores, and Targets in New York, too. If I forget anything, I can just buy another. But still, travel makes me frantic. In fact, anytime I’m more than 10 minutes away from my stuff, I get frantic.

Overpacked

I have one medium sized suitcase, and one carry on. I have packed and repacked at least a hundred times since Monday. I have a warm weather running outfit, and a cold one. I have a rain poncho, and a rip away tyvek rain suit. I have all my vitamins, wonder drugs, EnergyBits, and even packed my own Vito Coco Coco Cafe coconut espresso water…just in case. I have two pairs of sneakers, my running passport, my Neon Is My Color bib with my name on it, two pairs of compression socks, my hydration belt…hold it…did I pack my hydration belt? I still have to be sure I can fit what I want fit in the pocket of it! Damn!!

Frantic.

I don’t know what the hell I’m so worried about. It is just a run. A 26.2 mile run. In a city far from home. In BOSTON, for God’s sake.

WhatMeWorry

What me, worry? I have no reason to be frantic. My mom and dad will be in New York when I get there. And my sisters, who will be accompanying me to Boston. If anything, it will be a great time in a great city that I have not visited since I had a job interview there in the late 1980’s. 1980’s? Damn, I’m old.

Frantic.

All I have to do tomorrow is damn near everything. Then get my husband to take me to the airport. Then board the plane. Then I can leave.

And then the panic can REALLY set in!

panic-button

BRING IT ON!