I brought little packets of almond butter on my last flight.. I didn't bring peanut butter because some airlines are peanut-free, but the almond butter went through security in my carry-on bag just fine.
Lessons From Traveling Abroad: Always Carry Peanut Butter
|6/13/13 5:00 PM|
I gave my 14-month-old one of those squeezable fruit packets (like Happy Tot fruit pouches) in the last 30 minutes of our 3.5 hour road trip. He was having a meltdown, just as I was getting lost, so I gave it to him to calm him down. He must have squeezed it in protest, because it ended up all over him and his car seat. It was EVERYWHERE. I'm surprised our dog wasn't covered as well. It had those little chia seeds in it, so you can imagine how hard it was to remove from upholstery.
Road Trip Food Mishaps: What Car Trip Snack Idea Was a Total Bust?
|6/6/13 5:10 PM|
Don't forget those light switches or the handles on your sink and toilet.
Finally Feeling Better? 7 Places You Should Clean | Apartment Therapy Los Angeles
|5/20/10 4:56 PM|
You can use salt to scrub out the inside of a toilet (it cleans, but don't expect it to disinfect, if you're into that).
Tip: Five More Uses for Salt | Apartment Therapy Chicago
|2/22/10 5:11 PM|