Winter with Tylenol

I have received information and materials from Johnson & Johnson Consumer, Inc., McNeil Consumer Healthcare Division. The opinions stated are my own. This is a sponsored post. This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #WinOverWinter #CollectiveBias


Life as an event coordinator is never dull! One minute I’m loading donkeys and horses into the park for a children’s festival and the next I’m introducing an ice skating troop onto the rink at the Inner Harbor. No matter the task I need to be ready and willing to get the job done.

During the winter months I focus primarily on the ice rink, but producing events at the rink can be tricky. Mother Nature does what she wants and doesn’t make it easy on me. I’ve endured warmer than usual temperatures resulting in melting ice and quite the opposite with snowstorms during my events. I’ve had hot chocolate when it’s been in the mid-60’s and mini donuts when its been below freezing (they hardened quickly). But there’s nothing better than watching Baltimore residents and tourists skate at the Inner Harbor with their family and friends during the holiday season. 


However, giving it 100% can be tough during cold season. It doesn’t matter if I’m feeling crummy, the event must go on! I’ve learned over the years that it’s better to be prepared for anything and everything so I’ve made a Winter Event Toolkit that comes with me for set up and even on event day. 


My Winter Event Toolkit includes:

Tissues– for the running nose on a particularly cold night

Bandaids– for the paper cut that inevitably happens right as the event is about to start

Tape– for the tablecloths that won’t stay down during a windy day

Lip Balm– for the wind chapped lips that are common in the cold

BENGAY– for the sore knees after skating around the rink

Zipties– for the “Purchase Tickets Here” sign that NEEDS to stay on the tent

Scissors– for the zipties that are usually attached incorrectly and need to be fixed…

Bobby Pins– for the flyaways that might ruin a media moment

Extra Strength TYLENOL– for any ache and pain that comes from a busy event day


Extra Strength TYLENOL is definitely the most crucial item in my Winter Event Toolkit! Between lifting ice skates back onto the rack, moving benches to accommodate tables for a private event, or just helping someone stand back up after falling down, my body gets a workout! TYLENOL can be used to get back to the things you love with powerful relief of headaches, back pain and more.

Not sure where to find Extra Strength TYLENOL? I picked some up while in my favorite store…duh, Target! I visit Target a few times a week for the things I absolutely need want, but also things I need as well. They make it easy to find the items I’m looking for by clearly labeling each aisle. It’s not hard to find the TYLENOL- just look for the sea of red!



Visit HERE to see all of the TYLENOL products you can purchase at Target to get you through the aches and pains of winter. 

Tell me how TYLENOL helps you during the colder months!  

Please note that Extra Strength TYLENOL is for adults and children 12 years and older and should be used only as directed.




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  • Macy Volpe

    What a perfect winter toolkit for events like these! I am sure more people than you would like to admit end up needing a little help with items from that box, thankfully you are there to save the day!

  • Jen

    That is an awesome toolkit! Smart thing to have for sure.