In this Vicks Ambassador sponsored conversation, I am sharing my story of how I used NyQuil to help me feel better and get rest during an important event I hosted.
Picture this. You’ve invited six of your girlfriends and a bevy of St. Louis’ finest entrepreneurs to network during a weekend of wonderfulness. The stage is set. Everyone is in attendance and you have to put on that confident smile of yours. It’s showtime, but you are starting to feel that itch in your throat. The familiar achy feeling and congestion is beginning, and you are starting to get tired.
Welp! You are coming down with a cold.
That is just what I was beginning to feel this past weekend during an event I was hosting. A month of planning went into this soiree, and BOOM. I am suddenly under the weather.
When you are the hostess, there are No Sick Days allowed. You’ve got to power through it all and be there for your guests. People are counting on you.
Thankfully, as a Vicks Ambassador, I had my tools on deck and I began to work on it as soon as I felt the symptoms coming on. I had to prep everything the night before the event, so I used NyQuil (and promptly fell asleep in my office working). The morning of, I took DayQuil Severe to help me power through so I could be the hostess with the mostess.
The next day, I woke up refreshed and feeling better, and was able to work my magic for the event. Over twenty people were in attendance! Everyone was pleased with the location and networking opportunities.
Danyelle 1, cold 0.
When you don’t have time for sick days, NyQuil and DayQuil can help you rise to the occasion.
Vicks wants to know about your No Sick Days moments. You could win a Canon Rebel T5 and a Vicks product prize pack just for sharing. Upload a photo of your unmissable moment using #NoSickDaysSweepstakes on Twitter and Instagram and voila! You are entered into the giveaway where you can win a fabulous camera. See the official rules here: http://spr.ly/NoSickDaysRules.
An awesome camera, good night’s sleep, and help to fight off your cold symptoms. I say, that’s a sweet deal!