Keep everyone healthy on your travels by planning ahead
Even if you were never a Boy Scout (or Girl Scout), it’s important to be prepared. This is especially true when it comes to health. Accidents happen all the time, but we can mitigate their damage if we know how to handle them. And it’s bad enough when someone gets hurt or sick in your home; it can be really difficult to deal with when you’re on the road. This is why before you set off in your RV, you should make sure you have all of the right medical supplies.
Basic medical supplies
Your RV’s medicine cabinet should contain pretty much the same type of items as the one in your house. This includes pain relievers, antacids, vitamins, prescriptions, sleep aids, and cold/allergy medications. However, because the cabinet in an RV is usually pretty small, fitting all this stuff can be challenging. One thing you can do is instead of bringing along every bottle, think about what you may need and separate the pills into a pillbox organizer. There are also numerous other storage hacks that will allow you to get the most out of your bathroom.