Skyready GIVEAWAY!!!

I have a great giveaway for you today!! Rachelle Michelon, a full time emergency room RN and a mother of two, launched a business called Skyready. After a very long flight to Florida with her two young daughters, one of which tried to pick up a mini pretzel from the tray table with her tongue!! (Yes, you may do the all over body shudder here!) Knowing that the tray tables don’t get sanitized between flights, she quickly started digging and digging through her purse looking for surface wipes and hand sanitizer!!

Simple steps that Rachelle takes every day to stay healthy and while working in the emergency room are the same things she wanted to do on the airplane. (Things I WANT to do on the plane next time I travel!!)

Rachelle came up with six essential items that are important to have while you travel. Rachelle, created a convenient, stylish and organized kit. Never fly without your preventive first aid kit, Skyready.

The Skyready kit is the responsible thing for every modern traveler to pack for their next trip. Arrive healthy, return healthy.
Avoid this seasons H1N1 flu and be prepared with Skyready!!

SkyreadyThe SKYREADY kit:
-retails for $14.99
-nothing else like it currently on the market
-contains the essentials to AVOID the flu or norovirus (gastric illness), MRSA and other contagious infections
A great gift for anyone:
-cruise ship bound
-pregnant travelers
-visitors traveling to come see newborns in the first 6 months of life
-first college bound flight
-travel abroad
-the elderly
-anyone traveling to an athletic event (run, cycle, climb, golf, triathlon, yoga retreat)
-tours (wine tasting, senior trips, art history tours)
-interviewing for a new job
-frequent business travelers
-stocking stuffer
-immune compromised

*Individuals who are immunocompromised are less capable of battling infections because of an immune response that is not properly functioning. Reducing exposure to germs is vital to avoiding unnecessary infections.
Pregnancy, cancer, kidney failure, diabetes, hiv, organ transplant recipients, rheumatoid arthritis, inflammatory bowel disease, use of corticosteroid medications (e.i., prednisone) and MS are some examples of immunocompromised conditions or states.

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One very lucky Peanut Butter and Whine follower will win there very own Skyready kit!! To purchase right now check out Skyready on Amazon

Good Luck!!


  • Renee Diaz

    I have learned that this product was created by a very thoughtful nurse. What a great idea to help keep people healthy and happy during their travels.

  • Dallie Davis

    What a neat & much needed kit! Love that I know a nurse came up with this idea since contamination is so prevalent in airplanes.

  • Sue Hull

    I learned that there’s Vitamin C in the pack. This is such an amazing product. I’m glad she made this b/c I’m sure it’ll save a lot of people from getting sick. Thank you for the cool giveaway ๐Ÿ™‚

  • jamie hamilton

    I learned that you should wear a mask when flying to prevent illnesses. That in conjunction with other precautions such as Emergen-C and hand sanitzer will make your life a lot more pleasant!

  • David Haug

    Recycled air, cabin and passenger noise, time changes, contaminated surfaces, and airborne infections are examples of increased stressors that are pervasive in our world of modern travel. SO we need to be prepared when we travel.

  • Donna K

    “Recycled air, cabin and passenger noise, time changes, contaminated surfaces, and airborne infections are examples of increased stressors”

  • Kathleen

    I learned that flying can really get you sick! ๐Ÿ™
    The recycled air, cabin and passenger noise, time changes, contaminated surfaces, and airborne infections are the risks of travel by air and Skyready’s package can keep you armed against these.

  • Diane K. Brimmer

    SKYREADY was created by Rachelle Michelon, an emergency room nurse with over 15 years experience and a mother of two.

  • Anne Conover

    I learned that colds may be more than 100 times more likely to be transmitted on a plane than during normal daily life on the ground ๐Ÿ™

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