Thursday, August 9, 2018

#Ad #EaseTheDay With MiraLAX® and Wal-mart!



Disclosure: I received compensation from Bayer Consumer Health, makers of MiraLAX® to write this post. MiraLAX® is a laxative used to treat occasional constipation. All opinions are entirely my own. #EaseTheDay #CollectiveBias



As many of you guys know, 2018 has been a really big year for me. It has been during this year that
I have really gotten serious about losing weight, exercising, being healthy, and trying to live my best
life! I have really been paying more attention to what I am putting into my body and that means
everything, from foods to medicines and more. I have been trying to live a more conscious lifestyle,
and just take better care of my body overall.


One thing that I have made a change with in a big way is the way that I deal with occasional
constipation. I have recently made the switch and started using MiraLAX® to deal with occasional
constipation, because I really like how it is gentle on the body.


I have used laxatives in the past that were, ahem, not so gentle, and it can really make for an
unpleasant experience. The thing that I really like about MiraLAX is that instead of doing something
TO your body, it actually works WITH the water in your body to provide gentle relief without harsh side
effects such as that bloated feeling, gas, cramps, or sudden urgency.


I recently got the chance to try out a new product from MiraLAX, called MiraLAX Mix-In Pax®.
I absolutely LOVE these! They are a great way to get the relief you need. You can actually use
these single serving, powder packets and mix them in with any drink of choice, to get the relief
you need and want without having to carry around the whole bottle. I love these little individual
packets and you can stick them in your purse, glove box or backpack, so you always have them
when you need them.


If you are looking for a great way to use your MiraLAX Mix-In Pax, I would totally recommend
making a smoothie! I LOVE smoothies, and they really fit in with my busy and (trying to be)
healthy lifestyle. If you need to find a way to get your MiraLAX in, I would definitely tell you to
try a smoothie! One of my favorites is Coffee Almond. Simply blend together one cup of cold
coffee, a few teaspoons of almonds, one frozen banana, and 1/3 cup of plain yogurt, plus a little
bit of ice. Tip: You can add in one of your MiraLAX® Mix-In Pax packet when you are done and
mix again, and it really makes for a great smoothie. I promise you can't taste the MiraLAX® at all!




If you are looking for ways to relieve your occasional constipation, the first thing I would recommend
would be to keep some MiraLAX® Mix-In Pax on hand. I would also recommend drinking plenty of
water and getting plenty of fiber in your daily diet. Regular exercise can actually also help to prevent
constipation as well. Also, remember if you are taking MiraLAX®, you can use it once per day for no
more than a week to help relieve your occasional constipation. You can also get a coupon here to
save some money on your next purchase!

Disclosure: I received compensation from Bayer Consumer Health, makers of MiraLAX® to write this post. MiraLAX® is a laxative used to treat occasional constipation. All opinions are entirely my own. #EaseTheDay #CollectiveBias

7 Tips for Transitioning from Dog Parenthood to Cat Parenthood


Dogs are the most common house pets around the world. Which means that most people who have had pets in their lives are likely to have had dogs in the family.
Going into cat ownership with dog parenting experience is not the best idea. Cats have needs that are different
from dogs. As an experienced dog owner consider some things before getting a cat.
Dietary Difference
While dogs can have a very varied diet, cats are obligate carnivores. This means that if they do not get meat,
their health can deteriorate fast. Feeding your cat, a vegan diet is a definite NO. Debating that a vegan diet,
along with supplements can support your cat, means that you really should not be getting a carnivorous pet.
For your cat’s source of taurine, you need to give them fish. Cat foods claim to be balanced but making their
food at home is always a better option.
Scratching Needs
Your cat may not expose their nails when interacting with you. But their nails keep growing constantly.
You either have to keep them trimmed or have to give them a scratching post. A cat scratching at your
furniture is out of necessity. To avoid this damage, you can make them a scratching post or look for
discount pet items for cats online.
Toilet Setup
Toilet training your dog and toilet training your cat are very different. Cats come pre-programmed to doing their
business in sandy areas. Potty training your cat can be as simple as setting up a box with kitty litter. The only
time a cat misses their litter box is if they are sick or if the litter box is too dirty. You need to frequently clean the
litter box.
Climbing Area
Cats love to climb. By not providing them with space to climb you put your furniture and curtains at risk. Giving
them space to climb might be as simple as cutting holes in cardboard boxes and stacking them up.
Separation Space
Unlike dogs, cats need their personal space. You need to have a covered set up for your cat to use as a cave.
Without such caves, your cat will start hiding under any furniture they find. This leads to unwanted surprises on
cleaning days.
Medical Attention
Some vets that handle dogs great may not be able to handle cats well. Before taking your cat to a vet ask
around to find vets that are more cat-friendly. Cats have different vaccine requirements as well. Ask you
r vet the full details of what vaccines your cat needs and stick to the schedule.
Leave of Absence
Explorative nature of cats takes them to far away destinations. As a first-time cat parent, you might be gripped
with panic when your cat does not return. Before jumping to conclusions give it a few days. Cats go on long
walks but they come back when they are hungry or tired. Keep some food out to lure your cat back home.
However, if you are scared of losing your cat, there are ways of preventing them from going out of the house.
Once they reach a certain age they will no longer want to leave the comforts of home.


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