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Oversized sunglasses! These babies can hide so much! When camping, this usually involves lots of outdoor activities, which sometimes requires little or no makeup. This could lead to some disturbing pictures! However, oversized sunglasses hide all of that...it's like editing a photo before it's even taken. You may feel like you resemble a bug, but trust me; a little lipgloss with sunglasses and no one will be aware of the lack of makeup or bags under your eyes! Your camping pictures will look like a million bucks!
Crock pot! When you are going to be on the road, likely staying at a rest area, freezer meals in the crockpot are the way to go! Prepare your meals at home, label ziplock with name and cooking directions, then load them in RV freezer. While on the road, "dump" a freezer meal into crock pot late morning and dinner will be ready when you stop for the night! We tried the ginger-peach chicken, chicken noodle soup and beef fajitas...delicious! http://www.thirtyhandmadedays.com/2015/08/31-crockpot-freezer-meals-for-busy-weeknights/
Shower cap! Showering in an RV can sometimes be hazardous, especially for your hair! Likely, you washed your hair last night and it's looking quite fabulous but now it's time to shower this morning. It will be impossible to shower in the Barbie-sized shower without getting your hair wet. Not just any shower cap, though- please don't look like the lunch lady or like you left the hair salon before they were finished with you. Invest in a cute, feminine shower cap- your hair will thank you!
Be organized! Bins are a great way to keep items organized and from sliding around in the motor home. It also allows you to store things out of the way and makes your living areas much less cluttered. Measure the size of your different drawers and cabinets then skip off to buy bins to fit in those spaces. 2-3 bins in each space works well and gives you plenty of options. Take it a step further and put some fancy labels on those bins! Happy organizing! A happy glamper is an organized glamper!