Product reviews

Review Of All Natural Mosquito Repellent, incognito®

After having my daughters, I felt a real shift in terms of what I was prepared to put on and in my body.  That’s not to say I’m a clean living, green-juice drinking, organic guru. But where possible, if there’s a natural choice, particularly for skin care, I would much rather go down that route for my children. 

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Natural Remedies For Traveling

When I was younger I didn’t give too much thought as to what I was putting on my body.  I would slather myself in 100% deet in the Ecuadorian rainforest, knock back a couple of valium to steady the nerves on a dodgy Indonesian airline and drink beer to counteract sea-sickness.  Nowadays I try to welcome the natural world where possible.  

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Review of The Mountain Buggy Bagrider

My friend Rhiannon is the jetset family travel queen. Despite residing in Wellington, New Zealand, she regularly jets off longhaul to China and the UK to catch up with her family. All the while toting her 3-year-old, 2-year-old and baby, making flying with kids look effortless. Rhiannon has long been a contributor to Jetlag & Mayhem and when she asked if I wanted a Mountain Buggy bagrider review, I wasn’t really sure what she was on about. 

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Kingdom Stroller Buggy Rental In Orlando, Florida

Perhaps your kids have only just outgrown their stroller BUT you know your vacation would be easier with one?  Or you usually travel with a single stroller but might like the convenience of a double stroller? Well on my sister’s recent trip to Florida they hired a Baby Jogger City Mini Double from Kingdom Strollers and it was so easy!

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Travel Product Review: Zap-It! & Altruist Sunscreen

Whilst the summer holidays have drawn to a close, it’s never too early to start thinking about what to pack for your next trip! I recently tested out two handy products that I wanted to highlight for your ‘what should I buy’ radar….

Zap-It!

On our summer roadtrip to the Deep South I got eaten alive by mozzies and sand flies.

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