Monday, July 30, 2018

Packing / Traveling Tips
Part 4 of 5

16.  Just traveling for the weekend? Put your foundation or powder into contact cases to bring small quantities. This will work for those liquid products you only use a small amount of.
17.  Pack clothing items around a color scheme (denim/black/white/gray) so that it's easy to mix and match. Dress up your outfits with scarves or jewelry.
18.  Stash your bobby pins in a Tic Tac container to keep from losing them.
19.  Bring several pairs of underwear in your carry-on—just in case your luggage winds up lost.
20.  Collect travel- and sample-size items (gee, where could you find those?) so you’ll have them when you need them. 

Your Memory Maker, Shamron Wilder

Sunday, July 1, 2018

Keys to the Kingdom Tour

Have you ever wanted to see the Magic Kingdom in a new way?  If so then the Keys to the Kingdom 5 hour walking tour is for you! 
During your tour you will
  • Uncover the hidden secrets of classic attractions at Magic Kingdom Park.
  • Access the famed underground “Utilidor” tunnels that allow people and supplies to travel beneath the park unseen.
  • Discover little-known facts, trivia and other exciting tidbits about the park.
  • Enjoy a delicious lunch that is included with your tour.
  • Take home an exclusive keepsake!

Contact your memory maker today to see how you can be part of this exciting tour!


Laney Zorn

Saturday, June 30, 2018

Packing / Traveling Tips
Part 3 of 5

11.  Leggings are a safe and comfy bet for traveling. Wear them under dresses and skirts or for a workout (if that’s your thing).
12.  If you need to give an item a quick press, use your flat iron. But make sure the plates are clean!
13.  Use a pill container to store and sort your jewelry. So tidy!
14.  On the last day of your trip to a foreign country, collect all of your loose change and give it to the homeless.
15.  Wear your heaviest shoes on the plane (like those cute ankle boots you just bought) as well as your heaviest coat. You’ll save room and that coat doubles as a good pillow, too. 

Your Memory Maker, Shamron Wilder