Survive allergy season…

*Disclosure – Compensation was provided by GSK Flonase via Mode Media.  The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of GSK Flonase.

Can you believe that Spring is finally here. Yes, I know; I live in Texas and was not bombarded by the weather that the rest of the country was, but that does not say that I haven’t been looking forward to Spring. I admit that Spring is one of my favorite times of year, as I love waking up in the morning to new baby birds chirping and a freshness in the air. Spring is also the start of soccer season and nothing stops me from seeing my boy kick the ball, not even the dreaded allergy season. HA!

allergy season and soccer

You see, in Texas, when we have allergy season, you know it. You can’t go anywhere without hearing the common sneeze and you can’t step outside without seeing ‘yellow’ all over the place. Just the other day, the kids and I walked outside and noticed the pollen everywhere. Not only could we almost smell it, everything around us from the cars to even the sidewalk was covered in yellow. Allergies are no fun and even Hubby who never had issues with allergies before has had them since moving to Texas. Thankfully, this is where Flonase® Allergy Relief can help. Since it is sprayed in the nose, it works in the nose to help relieve allergies.

Now, we just laugh at allergy season and continue our daily activities, which of course include two nights of soccer practice and a game every weekend. 🙂

Flonase® Allergy Relief (fluticasone propionate 50 mcg per spray), now available over-the-counter, is changing the way allergies are treated by delivering [full/original] prescription strength treatment without a prescription. Click here  to learn how you can #BeGreater than your allergies.

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Does allergy season get in the way of your Spring time activities? Comment below and tell me about them….

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  1. With it being extra hot and humid, my allergies have been going crazy. I will have to try Flonase out.

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