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travelgirl magazine - escapes for women


travelgirl founders Stephanie Oswald and Renee Werbin
want to be sure you’re
enjoying every destination
to the fullest. Take our “savvy six” picks with you when you travel and make the most of
your time away.


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weekly scoop:
february 27, 2015

 

 

Pick of the Week

Never be jealous of men's ability to pee in the woods again. Now we can, too with the Pee Pocket. It's a simple, single-use waterproof disposable funnel that allows us female types to safely and drily pee while standing up. It fits easily in your pocket and comes with tissue wipe and disposable bag. The Pee Pocket is also great to carry for conditions where bathrooms are less than sanitary. $2.99 for a three-pack; $24.99 for 48.

Win a Trip to New Zealand

Air New Zealand has launched the "Calling All Travelers" campaign with a online video to entice visitors for the unique experiences the country has to offer. Build your own itinerary by selecting activities on this site and you'll be entered to win two round-trip tickets from Los Angeles or San Francisco to Auckland; one flight for two in New Zealand; four night's stay and two activities. Enter by March 31 for your chance to win. Visit www.airnewzealand.com/travelers for more information.

More Healing Waters

With a desire to help people restore healthy living, Amanda Gorecki opened Healing Waters, a spa, aesthetics, wellness and plastic surgery clinic. "I knew that the process of healing had to take place on the inside first," she said. Plastic surgery options include breast lifts, tummy tucks, arm tucks and eyelid surgery. Healing Waters just opened its third location in Columbia, South Carolina. The other two are in Wichita, Kansas and Durham, North Carolina.