*UPDATE* This didn’t age well. Written in Jan 2020. We didn’t know what we didn’t know. Most of this is still true, minus the gloves and mask where I said I wouldn’t leave the house. In my defense I was thinking more Contagion and not Plandemic. I will add that myself, nor my immediate family have gotten the vid. So I think it is safe to say this worked!


Awhile back I wrote an article about staying healthy during the winter months.
This winter is bringing some new challenges and I wanted to share the steps I am taking to staying healthy and to get through the coming months.
I am not into fear mongering or tin foil hat wearing, but I am prepared and my hope is that you take these tips and also prepare for your families.

Eating Healthy
First and foremost I eat healthy. Not 100% and I have been known to love a good coffee with a little too much creamer. Reducing your sugar intake and drinking water throughout the day will also help.

I get at least 8 hours of sleep every night. Your body needs rest to recover from the day before.

Get outside for a walk or, better yet, hit the gym

Now, what do I have on hand in addition to taking the steps to stay healthy that I have mentioned above?

On Guard Hand Sanitizer
I carry this On Guard Hand Sanitizer in my purse. I spray my hands after using a public restroom and also the cart if I am shopping.

Oregano Essential Oil

Well, actually a few oils, but oregano is the heavy hitter. I use this roller sparingly when I have been exposed to coughs or sneezes.

Correct X

You may have heard of putting Neosporin in your nostrils when flying. I actually do this with CorrectX. It smells way better and is petroleum free. I carry this in my purse as well.

Gloves and N95 Masks

If it gets to this point then I will likely not leave the house. I have the luxury of working from home. My husband does not so I have a stash of these nitrile gloves and these N95 masks.


First, and foremost, just use your due diligence in hand sanitizing and the like. Don’t go to where there are crowds with close quarters. Don’t touch your face after say a grocery cart or railing of the escalator. All common sense things.

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