I’ve been planning on writing about Contac for a little while and as luck would have it, I woke up this morning with a nasty cold. I started to think about all the things I needed to do today! Catch up on my blog, Christmas shopping and all my “Mommy Duties” and my head started to spin! (and not just from the nasal congestion I was having!) Then I remembered I had Contac Cold + Flu in my medicine cupboard.
“I’d rather be __________ than be
sick with a cold!”
There are plenty of other things you can fill in that blank with as a busy mom with even busier kids, but, whether we like it or not, the start of cold and flu season is here (and it’s predicted to be worse than last year). You may have your kids covered in the event they catch something, but what about you? We all know the golden rule of mommyhood: “moms aren’t allowed to be sick!”
Contac® Cold + Flu Day & Night can help you bounce back quickly during cold and flu season, so you can get back to filling in that ________ with more enjoyable things. Today, not only am I back to my bubbly self after taking my Day time Contac Cold + Flu, but I also know that I’ll be able to sleep through the night and wake feeling rested with my Night Time caplet too. Within 25 minutes of taking Contac, I noticed I stopped reaching for the tissues and I even felt up to a trip to the park with by boys’ “Auntie” today. It’s something I just couldn’t have done without this medication. Because it has Acetaminophen in it too, I didn’t have to try to battle my headache with another dose of anything. Just 2 caplets every 6 hours and I’m still going strong!
It’s easy to always stay stocked on things that are going to keep my boys healthy, but I’m always willing to admit that sometimes I put my own health on the back burner. I’m SO glad I didn’t have to do that today because I had my Contac® Cold + Flu Day & Night on hand. I’d love to make the same thing possible for you!
One lucky Rosy Snail reader will be able to have Contac on hand for when a cold or the Flu catch you off guard!
To enter, leave a comment: “What would you rather be doing than being sick with a cold?”