The Seasons are Changing; Get Ready!
Last week, I came across this leaf on the ground in the middle of August as I was walking to my car after work. I thought this was a little strange as I don’t usually see these until mid September. My cherry blossom tree is almost empty of leaves.
We’ve received multiple reports of sicknesses being experienced in our kids early learning center. As a matter of fact, we’ve received an unusual high number of reports over the last several week.
What does this mean? Will we have an unusually cold winter?
Here’s our recommendation for dealing with the changes to the season and sicknesses.
- Hydrate your bodies daily – drink 1/2 of your body weight in ounces
- Take your multi-vitamins religiously
- Get 8 to 10 hours of sleep so that your body can rejuvenate
- Stay Hydrated Through Fruits and Vegetables (conundrumallianceblog.wordpress.com)
- Staying Hydrated in the Heat. Myths About Drinking Water You Should Know. (buckwheathealth.wordpress.com)
- Foods that keep you hydrated (foxnews.com)