5 Ways To Keep Germs Away
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I don’t get sick often. Throughout my life, I tend to get sick once or twice a year if that. However, since I have had Brooke 4 months ago, I have been sick 4 times! 4 times! I am so sick of being sick. Because of this, I am up for anything to keep germs away and stay healthy. My experience being sick so much, plus school starting this month inspired me to write this post. Here are 5 Ways to Keep Germs Away throughout your day:
1. Wash Your Hands
I know this is pretty much the number one thing everyone always suggests. Well, its #1 because it works. Keep your hands super clean throughout the day. Wash your hands before and after you eat or prepare food. Also, make sure you are washing them after you go the bathroom. This might sound obvious, but go stand in a public bathroom for 5 minutes and see how many people don’t.
2. Buy a Volo Phone Case
What is a Volo Case you ask? It is the precious gem you see in all the photos. Not only is it cute, super slim and fits in your pocket with ease, but it is treated with Sanitized®, which hinders the growth of microbes on your phone, thus giving you maximum protection from germs. It also has a Glare Free Flash Bevel for perfect photos without flash interference and its’ reinforced corers give your phone extra protection from unavoidable drops. Not to mention, its reduced slip micro feet work to prevent slipping and elevate the case which protects it when you accidentally spill your coffee. It does all of this, while still giving you easy access to ports for your headphones and charger. Get yours online like I did at volocases.com!
This is so important. You are at work for probably 8+ hours a day, that is a lot. Do you keep your desk as clean as your house? Do you sanitize it weekly? Get in the habit of cleaning your desk and especially your keyboard/mouse if you have one. Do you know how many germs are lurking on these bad boys?
4. Keep kid’s stuff clean
I am just coming to realization how many germs come home with Brooke from daycare. I know they keep that place super clean, but that many kids in one building, come on. I make sure I keep Brooke’s diaper bag clean and all her blankets, clothes, etc. washed. I also try to use hand sanitizer on my way out of daycare after picking her up or dropping her off.
5. Avoid people
I’m kidding. Kind of. Don’t avoid people, but don’t unnecessarily touch them or their stuff either. A lot of times we can be like a kid in toys r us for the first time and not realize how many things we actually touch a day.
Is there anything you would add to this list? What Volo Germ Free Phone Case color would you get?
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