This post has been sponsored by FLONASE. All thoughts and opinions are my own
I love a perfect spring day spent out with my animals on my hobby farm. The one kicker is that living in Georgia, we
have SO. MUCH. POLLEN. When I moved from Virginia five years ago, I was not used to the pine or pecan pollen
and I had the worst time adjusting.
I quickly started using FLONASE that I picked up in the sinus and allergy aisle at my local Walgreens to alleviate my seasonal allergy symptoms. During the peak of allergy season, Walgreens is running a great sale on FLONASE: $4.00 OFF on ONE (1) 120 Sprays Flonase Allergy Relief or 120 Sprays Flonase Sensimist Allergy Relief Product. You can also save $2.00 Off on ONE (1) Flonase Allergy Relief or Flonase Sensimist Allergy Relief Product. Offers available April 21 – May 4, May 12 – May 18, and May 26 – June 8th. Be sure to find a local Walgreens near you.
I prefer FLONASE Allergy Relief and John prefers FLONASE Sensimist Allergy Relief.
Unlike most allergy pills, FLONASE relieves.* I like FLONASE because it helps block six allergic substances, when
most allergy pills only block one.**
Once I got the allergy situation under control, I was free to spend all the time I wanted outside with my animals.
SO my idea of a perfect spring day is getting coffee brought to me in bed (John does this most days if he is not
traveling), then leisurely getting up and snuggling with my kitties. Then, heading outside to chill with Queen Edith
and the rest of the Goatie Girls.
Edith is always so curious about everything I have. Don’t worry, she is never actually allowed to mess with my
After spending the morning with the animals on the hobby farm, my ideal day would include just being able to relax
and be spontaneous. Whatever your perfect spring day may be, if you suffer from seasonal allergies, I highly
recommend giving FLONASE a try.
*vs single-ingredient antihistamines which do not treat nasal congestion
**Mechanism vs. most over-the-counter (OTC) allergy pills. FLONASE nasal sprays act on multiple inflammatory
substances (histamine, prostaglandins, cytokines, tryptases, chemokines and leukotrienes). The exact number and
precise mechanism are unknown.