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If you flip them over, they make a great desk for coloring, card games, and other activities that are better on a flat surface. If you have really little guys traveling with you, bring along those metallic letters and numbers. They stick to the cookie sheets, for lots of fun play.
Finally, they're a good seat divider between arguing siblings.
[Photo: Flickr | Veganbaking.net]
To help identify your room, bring along a picture of something familiar, like the family dog -- but NO personal pictures, for safety reasons -- and tape it to your door along with a BIG stick-on Christmas bow, glittery streamers, or other eye-catching, but easily removable object.
No mistaking your room now! Plus, you're frequently reminded of your great dogs, waiting for you back home.
1.) Many fragrances are available in solid form, a great alternative.
2.) Ask for multiple samples of your favorite fragrance and pack those in a medicine (or similar) bottle with a tight seal.
3.) Spritz cotton balls and place in an airtight container. Rub on, or stick in a pocket, as you travel.
4.) Pour some of your usual fragrance into a plastic "spritz" bottle from the travel-size section of a grocery or drug store. It's cheaper than a travel atomizer.
Smell ya later!
Slide those on when you slip your shoes off, and after passing through security, peel off those germy socks or booties and return them to their resealable bag for your return trip, while putting clean feet in your shoes.
Use the hand wipes and you're good to go -- germ-free!