HOW TO: Avoid Getting Sick

I have an exciting week coming up - tomorrow, I get my nephew and on Thursday, I'm going to New York. So the last thing I want is to get sick. But, I've been working so much and the weather keeps changing that I got that tickle in my throat on Friday.
Not trying to jinx myself, but I feel great and here's why: 

1. Gargle Warm Salt Water 
This one sucks while you're doing it, but the moment I get that tickle (And you know the one - the one that's telling you you're about to get sick), I warm up some water, add some salt, and then gargle. 

2. Cold-eeze
These are disgusting. My mom always tells us "They're not meant to be candy." It's marketed as a "cold prevention" and I'm fairly sure it's just a super dose of vitamin C. Oh well. Whatever it is, it seems to have worked its magic. 

3. Vitamin C 
During the winter, I always take vitamin C pills, so I just stuck with that. Especially in Arizona with the weather changing so rapidly, it's worth it to invest in. 

4. Water
Drink lots of water. Over the weekend, I always had a cup of water next to me. 

5. Sleep
I wish I could follow this advice, but I've been working so much that sleep wasn't in the cards for me. However, if you're starting to feel sick, going to bed early is always helpful. 

Now that I've saved everyone from those winter to spring colds, I want to talk about BlogGo
This app allows me to post directly to my Blogger blog from my iPhone. It's available at the iTunes Store and I cannot recommend it enough. 

I just wrote this post using BlogGo and t was incredibly simple to use. Check it out! 

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Monday, March 11, 2013

HOW TO: Avoid Getting Sick

I have an exciting week coming up - tomorrow, I get my nephew and on Thursday, I'm going to New York. So the last thing I want is to get sick. But, I've been working so much and the weather keeps changing that I got that tickle in my throat on Friday.
Not trying to jinx myself, but I feel great and here's why: 

1. Gargle Warm Salt Water 
This one sucks while you're doing it, but the moment I get that tickle (And you know the one - the one that's telling you you're about to get sick), I warm up some water, add some salt, and then gargle. 

2. Cold-eeze
These are disgusting. My mom always tells us "They're not meant to be candy." It's marketed as a "cold prevention" and I'm fairly sure it's just a super dose of vitamin C. Oh well. Whatever it is, it seems to have worked its magic. 

3. Vitamin C 
During the winter, I always take vitamin C pills, so I just stuck with that. Especially in Arizona with the weather changing so rapidly, it's worth it to invest in. 

4. Water
Drink lots of water. Over the weekend, I always had a cup of water next to me. 

5. Sleep
I wish I could follow this advice, but I've been working so much that sleep wasn't in the cards for me. However, if you're starting to feel sick, going to bed early is always helpful. 

Now that I've saved everyone from those winter to spring colds, I want to talk about BlogGo
This app allows me to post directly to my Blogger blog from my iPhone. It's available at the iTunes Store and I cannot recommend it enough. 

I just wrote this post using BlogGo and t was incredibly simple to use. Check it out! 

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4 Comments:

At March 11, 2013 at 12:57 PM , Blogger Sofia said...

Newest follower here!

I love this advice!!! :)

xoxo-
Sofia at http://eagles3396.blogspot.com/

 
At March 11, 2013 at 1:23 PM , Blogger Kelly {Sparkles and Shoes} said...

I totally agree with lots of water, so important! I found your blog through the St. Patrick's Day Target gift card giveaway and I am so glad I did, I love it and I am now following you!

xx
Kelly
Sparkles and Shoes
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At March 11, 2013 at 7:48 PM , Blogger Kaileigh said...

Thanks for following! I hate getting sick and I'm usually pretty good at avoiding it, so I decided to share my "secrets."

 
At March 11, 2013 at 7:48 PM , Blogger Kaileigh said...

Thank you so much for following! I'm glad you like my blog!

 

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