March 23, 2009

How to Protect Yourself from Secondhand Smoke While Traveling

Last year, I attended an About.com Guide Event in Las Vegas, Nevada and was overwhelmed by the secondhand smoke I encountered, in spite of a non-smoking room. The air ducts in the hotel actually allowed for the smoke to enter my room, making all of my clothes stink to high-heaven! When I returned, actually, before I returned, in a restaurant at the airport awaiting my plane, I started the following article:

How to Protect Yourself from Secondhand Smoke While Traveling

Would love to hear from you about how you protect yourself from secondhand smoke, traveling, or at home!

2 comments:

Medical Billing Software said...

Smoking in public place should be ban in LasVegas. Sometimes secondhand smoking irritates me.

The Cranky Editor said...

I hear you. I thought it was banned, until I went there. Gross.Thanks for the comment.