I feel like I owe my dear friend SwabCaps a huge thanks for helping to keep me central line infection free for the past five years (knock on wood)! Don’t get me wrong, Sawbcaps aren’t a 100% infection blocker. They do a pretty fabulous job though!
These sweet little orange nuggets are pure gold to me. Lots of you might know about them, but for those who don’t, SwabCaps are Skittle sized rubbery-plastic caps that have an alcohol saturated pad inside that you put on the end of a central line or IV when it’s not in use. You might also know a similar product called a Curos cap, a very similar product, but it’s a harder plastic that is bright green. Continue reading “SwabCap Love & Ghost Hunting in Eureka”
Hi everyone! I missed you all last week. We took a couple of days away in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. And get this, we stayed at a haunted hotel! I’ve got photos to share from that soon. This week I’m sharing a post I’ve been so excited about, how I easily transform any everyday backpack into one that will work for TPN! Let’s get this backpack party started!
- Backpack of your choice- Ideally with a wider opening if possible! I also prefer to have several pockets on my pack.
- 9 inches of 1 in. wide nylon webbing (sold at most craft stores by the yard, I recommend getting a little extra to have some room to play with)
- 2 inches of 3/4 in. wide Velcro (I bought this by the yard, and got a 6 inch piece just to be safe)
- sewing thread
- embroidery thread
- sewing needle
Continue reading “DIY TPN Backpack”
Hair may seem like a bit of a weird thing to talk about on here. But when it comes to nutrition and overall health, hair can give us lots of signs as to how we are doing.
The moment I realized this was when I was at a mall with my mom one day several years ago when I wasn’t doing super well health-wise. We were walking by an Aveda, and they happened to have a sign promoting a new product that was supposed to help with thinning hair. Continue reading “Hair Chop”