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170304 hospital bag 100%

Thermoskanne During labors and for the stay - clothes for mom Kleidung für Mami hair ties □ Haargummis toiletries for mom Pflegeprodukte für Mami □ toiletries Toilettenartikel □ energy bar -->


Participant and Event Information-2 82%

Participant Information Course Map Participant Donations - Walk participants are encouraged to bring toiletries and food items to donate to the Veteran’s Outreach Center for distribution to area veterans.


WinterFest Packing List 2015 74%

❏ Sleeping Bag ❏ Pillow ❏ Clothes ❏ Modest Pajamas ❏ Toiletries o Toothbrush /paste o Deodorant o Shampoo/Conditioner o Body soap o Sun block ❏ Towel ❏ Bible &


gofundmeflyer 74%

SUGGESTED ITEMS Toiletries (Travel Sizes Prefered) Hand Lotion Deodorant Foot Powder Toothbrush Sunblock Handwarmers Toothpaste Lip Balm Cleansing Wipes Face Moisturizer Q-tips Toilet Paper Body Wash Soap Manicure Kit Eyeglass Cleaner Mouthwash Shampoo Conditioner Hair Color Razors Food (Non-Perishable) Salsa Chips Tuna Slim Jims Beef Jerky Pretzels Cereal Bars Gatorade Applesauce Pudding PopTarts Jelly Beans Altoids Licorice Popcorn Ramen Noodles Macaroni &


checklist on registration day 74% Checklist on Registration Day Offer Letter/Invitation Letter Biodata Form 1 set of certified photocopies of all academic certificates 2 passport-size photographs (non-returnable) 1 copy of MyKad (Self) 1 copy of Mykad (Parents) Registration Fee of RM550 (non-refundable) Bedsheet / Pillow (for hostel use) Toiletries ** If you have any inquiries, do not hesitate to call our Admissions Team at 03-89985001/5003/2601 or email at .


Hope Brigade Budget 6 Months - Sheet1(2) 74%

Advertising 0 Bank Service Charges Food Expenditures Travel (Train) 5 5 151.24 151.24 24 24 16 16 79.61 79.61 Travel (Parking) 0 Travel (Gas) Clothing (Goodwill/Socks) Goodwill (Other)* Other (7-11/Other)* 5.39 5.39 36.69 36.69 Medicine/Toiletries 0 Payroll Payroll Taxes (10%) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Misc Costs:* Subtotal 42.06 $0.00 $359.99 42.06 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $359.99 Other Cash Out Flows:


NCS kit list 74%

underwear Pyjamas Cap/hat Waterproofs Swimming kit Bath towel Toiletries Your medication Water bottle And any non-essentials like:


Mayday in Detroit 2017 74%

DIA DE TRABAJO INTERNACIONAL FERIA DE RECURSOS INMIGRANTES Y OBREROS CONOCE TU DERECHOS TALLER 1 DE MAYO, 6-8:30 PM MUSICA LATINA CESAR CHAVEZ ACADEMY ACTIVIDADES 8126 VERNOR HWY, DETROIT, MI 48209 COMIDA estamos recolectando donaciones para familias afectadas por deportaciÓn organazido por detroit iww y Trabajadorxs Hispanos Unidos de Detroit MAY DAY IMMIGRANT WORKER RESOURCE FAIR KNOW YOUR RIGHTS SEMINAR MAY 1, 6-8:30 PM LATINX MUSIC CESAR CHAVEZ ACADEMY ENTERTAINMENT 8126 VERNOR HWY, CHILDREN'S ACTIVITIES FOOD DETROIT, MI 48209 Please bring donations of non-perishable food, toiletries, and childcare supplies for families affected by deportation.


E-Ticket 73%

pillow - PJ’s - toiletries - bible, journal &


Hurricane Basic Recommended Supplies 73%

extra batteries □ Flashlight with extra batteries and extra bulb □ First Aid Kit (see items listed) □ Whistle to signal for help □ Moist towelettes or baby wipes □ Toiletries and personal hygiene products □ Manual can opener □ Candles □ Plastic sheeting and duct tape for shelter □ Unique family needs such as daily prescription medications, infant formula, diapers &


Suzefest3 71%

think glitter, sequins and colour • Wellies • Suncream • Toiletries • Extra towel if you’d like

28/07/2018 71%

Print On the way ⌈ Soft drinks ⌈ Energy bars ⌈ Headset mobile phone ⌈ Petrol card ⌈ Portable DVD + films ⌈ Candy ⌈ Coffee/thee ⌈ Road maps ⌈ Waist bag for in the car ⌈ Snacks for on the way ⌈ Book ⌈ Route description ⌈ Fruit ⌈ Credit cards ⌈ Medical insurance card ⌈ Cash ⌈ Passport/identity card ⌈ Reservation documents ⌈ Visa ⌈ Vehicle registration ⌈ Outdoor pants ⌈ Belt ⌈ Dresses ⌈ Shirts ⌈ Pajamas ⌈ Long sleeved shirts ⌈ Trainers ⌈ Slippers ⌈ Bathing suit/bikini ⌈ Hair­ribbon ⌈ Short pants ⌈ Stockings ⌈ Dresses ⌈ Socks ⌈ Shoe laces ⌈ Swimming trunks ⌈ Glasses case ⌈ Keys ⌈ Jewelry ⌈ Contact lenses & fluids ⌈ Wallet ⌈ Sun glasses ⌈ After sun lotion ⌈ Moisturizer ⌈ Shower cap ⌈ Gel/wax/hair spray ⌈ Lady shave ⌈ Nail clipper ⌈ Tweezers ⌈ Shampoo/soap ⌈ Tooth picks ⌈ Cotton pads ⌈ Body lotion ⌈ Deodorant ⌈ Floss ⌈ Hair bands & clips ⌈ Sanitary towels & tampons ⌈ Depilatory cream ⌈ Cleanser ⌈ Mirror ⌈ Tooth paste ⌈ Towels ⌈ Anti height/sea/car sickness medicine ⌈ Contraceptive pills Money and Banking ⌈ Bank cards ⌈ Internet banking device Travel documents ⌈ Vehicle insurance documents ⌈ RAC/AA card ⌈ Travel guides Clothes ⌈ Shower slippers ⌈ Under wear ⌈ Under shirts/ T­shirts ⌈ Trousers ⌈ Cap ⌈ Shoes ⌈ Sporting clothes ⌈ Hiking shoes ⌈ Bra's Personal belongings ⌈ Pair of glasses ⌈ Watch ⌈ Spare glasses Toiletries ⌈ Aftershave/perfume ⌈ Hair conditioner ⌈ Shower gel/soap ⌈ Hair blower ⌈ Comb/hair brush ⌈ Make up ⌈ Cotton swabs ⌈ Shaving gear ⌈ Tooth brush ⌈ Vaseline Health & medicine ⌈ Handkerchiefs ⌈ Handkerchiefs ⌈ First aid kid ⌈ Insect repellent ⌈ Talcum powder ⌈ Sun cream ⌈ Anti height/sea/car sickness medicine ⌈ Personal medicines ⌈ Cold sore creme ⌈ Thermometer ⌈ Contraceptive pills ⌈ Band­aids ⌈ Pain killers ⌈ Ointment for insect bites ⌈ Beach mat ⌈ Pen or pencil ⌈ Back pack ⌈ Beach bag ⌈ Writing paper ⌈ Phone card ⌈ Music (CD/MD/MP3) ⌈ Photo/video camera ⌈ GPS (Global Positioning System) Various ⌈ Traveling bag ⌈ Water bottle ⌈ Spare keys Tools ⌈ Cell phone and charger ⌈ Memory cards or film Food ⌈ Candy ⌈ Fruit ⌈ Chewing gum ⌈ Cookies ⌈ Things for 1st evening meal ⌈ Soup (powder) ⌈ Nuts ⌈ Dried food ⌈ Instant coffee ⌈ Water Leisure ⌈ Books ⌈ Games ⌈ Magazines ⌈ Spark plug (plus spanner) ⌈ Jack ⌈ Jumper cable ⌈ Navigation CD­ROM ⌈ Spare tire ⌈ Vehicle manual ⌈ Phone number embassy ⌈ Phone number to freeze bank cards ⌈ Travel insurance ⌈ Car check up ⌈ Health insurance coverage on destination?


Eric Airbnb Info 69%

Toiletries Soap and shampoo are provided in the shower.


bob 68%

Belt  Poncho  Small sewing kit FIRST AID  Various sizes of bandages  Antibiotic ointment  Burn Cream  Thermometer  Tweezers  Curad Bloodstop  Eye drops  Moleskin  Krazy glue  Pain reliever  Anti-Diarrhea medicine  Allergy medicine  Surgical gloves  Medication/vitamins   Nail clippers Lip balm TOILETRIES  Toothbrush  Toothpaste  Cotton swaps  Brush or comb  Lotion  Hair ties  Toilet paper  Feminine hygiene products  Hand shovel  Hand sanitizer  Small bar of soap  Washcloth COMMUNICATION  Crank weather radio &


Get Home Bag Basics 68%

Belt  Poncho  Small sewing kit FIRST AID  N95 face mask (two or more)  Various sizes of bandages  Dramamine  Caffeine tablets  Antibiotic ointment  Burn Cream  Thermometer  Tweezers  Curad Bloodstop  Eye drops  Moleskin  Krazy glue  Pain reliever  Anti-Diarrhea medicine  Allergy medicine  Surgical gloves      Medication/vitamins Nail clippers Lip balm Insect repellant Sunscreen TOILETRIES  Toothbrush  Toothpaste  Cotton swabs  Hair ties  Toilet paper  Feminine hygiene products  Hand shovel  Hand sanitizer COMMUNICATION  Crank weather radio &


Mikey.Wotton.CV 64%

 Demonstrating entrepreneurial acumen and self-discipline  Through constant contact with customers developed sales techniques and professional people skills Data Entry Clerk G&S Toiletries, London (2010 – 2012) Working for a small business by entering their inventory into an online retailer’s database, skills demanded were an eye for details and an ability to create and design web pages attractively;


Owner's House Policy 63%

Please don’t leave your toiletries in the bathroom because it will make it much harder to clean.


TheFrontierCollective (1) 63%

sleeping bag, warm clothes, toiletries, and hiking shoes.


Pre-Showing-Checklist 61%

o Are all personal toiletries put away neatly out of sight in the bathrooms?


Nest Notes 57%

- Toiletries (toothbrush, toothpaste, deodorant, condoms, tissues, sanitary items) - Photo I.D (pls) - Cash (There is no ATM on site, most food stalls will have eftpos but just to be safe) - Rubbish Bags (again, Leave No Trace!


Botanicaire Brochure V.7 20120705 56%

Best for removal of VOCss e) (Formaldehyde and Octane) s, associated with cosmetics, toiletries, fuel gas and many more.


2012 Summer Brochure 55%

 Check camp website for most current information, pictures and more at Bible notebook and pen or pencil warm sleeping bag, pillow, extra blanket, flashlight with extra batteries water bottle toiletries should include towel, washcloth, soap, toothpaste and toothbrush, comb or brush, shampoo, lip balm, sunscreen, insect repellent, and bee sting kit (if prescribed by a doctor.) prescribed medication if required shoes for active daily use *Dress conservatively:


SPA2016 WWW info 52%

What, Where, When Treat Yo’ Self   Spa and Party Info    Before the Spa  ● Hydrating this week is key.  Try to drink a little extra water each day this week as we prepare.  ● Sleep on Friday night.  Seems obvious but let’s get real we are fun people.  ● Please carpool. There is a rideshare page. If you are driving please arrange for a Designated  Driver.     What to Bring to the Spa  ❏ Bathing Suit  ❏  ​Flip Flops   ❏ Bathrobe (decorate yours to make sure it doesn’t get lost!)  ❏  ​Lock for your locker (Note: Women may want to consider sharing lockers)  ❏  ​BYOB (No Glass Containers)  ❏ Water Bottle (We are providing cups but they are moop­y and bad for the environment)  ❏  ​Other Toiletries (We will be providing soap, shampoo, conditioner, lotion, and scrubs)    At the Spa — See Schedule for more details  ● Food  ○ Stop by the kitchen for complimentary gourmet snacks all night long.   ● Hydration Station  ○ Let us keep quench your thirst with many exciting hydration options  ● Roving Frozen Treats  ○ Are you keeping your potassium up? Our roving Frozen Fruit Treat ladies will make sure  you are keeping up experince refreshing and delicious.   ● Inward Outpost    ○ With both a workshop space, as well as a dedicated sanctuary, this is the area to come  to get away from the hustle and bustle of the rest of the party.  Need to center yourself or  take a moment to gather your thoughts? This is the place.  ○ Inward Outpost will also be offering massages all night long, stop by for a mindful  rubdown.  Massages offered on a first­come first­serve basis  ● Pool Room Stage  ○ Sweet deep and sexy vibes will be curated around the main pool area by exceptional  Dj’s all night long.  ● Sweat Room Stage  ○ Need to get your dance on? Working on your bass face?  Check out the dancing and  sweating going on in the second floor dance area to get your body movin’ and grovin’.          Spa Facilities  ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● Russian Bath  Turkish Bath  Sauna  Steam Room  Showers (Overhead and Swiss)  Cold Plunge Pool  2 Hots Tubs  Heated Swimming Pool    Spa Benefits  ● Russian/Turkish Baths  ○ Stress Reduction  ○ Detoxification  ○ Rejuvenation  ○ Immune System Stimulant  ○ Health and Wellness Promotion  ● Venik Platza is the massage of self or ​others with bunches of dried branches and leaves in  order to improve ​circulation. The dried branches are moistened with very hot water before use.   ○ The Southampton Spa utilizes oak branches for this purpose. The essential oils of the  Oak venik transform oily skin into smooth, supple skin and acts as a strong  anti­inflammatory agent.  The aroma from soft, fragrant oak leaves soothes the mind,  washing stress away.  ○ Venik is also known to improve circulation, strengthens metabolism, decrease the growth  of bodily pathogens, and prevent premature skin aging.  ● Cold Plunge Pool  ○ As the blood is detoxified, fresh blood is circulated, rich in valuable nutrients. The cold  water plunge returns these reinvigorated cells to the internal organs resulting in a  refreshed connection between body, mind and spirit.    Spa Etiquette  ● Valuables can be left up front with the attendant, while other belongings can be stored in a  locker (plan to share with a buddy!). Please bring your own lock!   ● It is common courtesy to at minimum rinse your body before entering the spa to remove topical  products such as lotions, oils, and sparkles, as well as to cleanse the skin before partaking in  the shared facilities.  ● Remember: Hot, cold, relax: Once you have spent time in the sauna heating up, you can to cool  off by sitting in room temperature, taking an ice shower, a cold plunge, or a swim in the pool.  ● Cold drinks slow down detoxification. Drink hot tea to keep your inner body temperature up.          Spa Safety Info    ○ Don’t “push” yo’ self; Treat yo’ Self!   ○ Listen to your body. In the hotter saunas it’s obvious but sometimes in the less hot places like  hot tubs and steam rooms we tend to forget to get out occasionally because we are having so  much fun.   ○  ​There are heating elements in each room that should be avoided.  The least obvious is the 3 on      the bottom of the wall in the steam room.  They are small half circles that come off the wall at  the bottom of the left hand wall in the steam room and are very hot.  Please do not over crowd  any of the rooms for this reason and mind the maximum capacity signs on the door of each  room.     ○ Typical stay  should not exceed 3­6 minutes  ○ Do not drink alcohol while bathing. Alcohol and heat combined put more stress on the heart.  ○ Do not eat too much; your blood will be too busy with your skin to help with digestion.        ○ Do not do vigorous exercises during your day in the spa.  ○ Different bodies handle heat and cold differently. Do only what feels right for your body,  not what seems to be right for others.   ○ WARNING: THE RUSSIAN/TURKISH BATH EXPOSES USERS TO ELEVATED  TEMPERATURES. IF USED IMPROPERLY OR BY PEOPLE WITH EXTREME  HEALTH ISSUES, EXPOSURE TO HEAT CAN BE HARMFUL TO HEALTH, CAUSING  OVERHEATING, HYPOTHERMIA, AND EVEN DEATH.  ■ THE FOLLOWING GUIDELINES MUST BE FOLLOWED:  ● LEAVE SAUNA IMMEDIATELY IF UNCOMFORTABLE, DIZZY OR  SLEEPY  ● STAYING TOO LONG IN SAUNA CAN CAUSE OVERHEATING AND  EVEN DEATH.  ● CHILDREN UNDER 10, THE ELDERLY AND THOSE TAKING  ALCOHOL, DRUGS AND MEDICINE ARE ESPECIALLY AT RISK  ● CHECK WITH DOCTOR IF PREGNANT, OR UNDER MEDICAL CARE        ○ IF YOU SUFFER FROM A SERIOUS ILLNESS OR HAVE AN ACUTE HEART,  CIRCULATORY OR RESPIRATORY PROBLEM, CONSULT A PHYSICIAN BEFORE  USING OUR FACILITIES.    (Information provided by ​​)      Schedule of Activities  ● Dj Linup  ○ ○ ● Main Room  ■ ■ ■ 12­1 — Jeff Omega   ■ 3:30­5 — Conway Jennings  1­2:30 — Who's Who   2:30­3:30 — Mambisa   Sweat Room  ■ 12­1:30 — Jesse Johns   ■ ■ 1:30­2:30 — Nate Dark  ■ 3:30­5 — Architect  2:30­3:30 — Michael Nighttime   Inward Outpost — Workshops   ○ 12:30­1:25 Protect Yo' Neck with  Ashley Stafford  ■ Learn partner and individual self care techniques for your shoulders and neck.  Convenient to do in your home or office, you can easily implement them into your  everyday life!  ○ 1:30­2:25 Meet Your Power Animal with Jeremy Friedman  ■ Shamanic Practice for Wellness and Growth: Who is your power animal, and  what inner wisdom are they keeping for you? Connect with these guides through  shamanic ritual practice, and learn take­home tools that you can easily use on  your own!  ○ 2:30­3:25 Body Empowerment Workshop with  Jess Koob  ■ Come take a few minutes and learn to love ourselves. To let go of the pain and  the self doubt, and embrace ourselves as is.  ○ 3:30­4:25 Crystal Mist Healing Workshop  ■ Join us for a workshop focused on integrated energy healing, where we will take  turns practicing on one another. Come with an open mind; leave with a revitalized  spirit.  ● Other Events  ○ 12:00 ­ 2:00 [Main Pool] Underwater Time Trial:  ■ Are you part mermaid? Is Aquaman your favorite hero? Or perhaps you just like  to get wet? Well it only takes a minute to show off your flippers, kicks, and  strokes with this underwater race.  Stop by the pool and we'll record your time as  you swim through our short course.  The player with the fastest run wins limited  edition Bangarang gear… or a bubble gun (for blasting at friends the rest of the  evening).  1st, 2nd & 3rd place prizes awarded at 2am.  ○ 2:00 [Steam Room] Breathing workshop with Rob Potter


Renee van Velthuijsen - Narrative Designer portfolio-1 (1) 51%

Tamass answers as he starts moving about as well, packing clothes, toiletries, money.