Let’s talk about healthy habits. Wear a mask when it is mandated. Believe what the doctor says, and follow the prescription that he has given you. Clean the house, and keep up with the laundry.
Don’t let the dirty clothes pile up around you. If you have too, much, go to the cleanest, local, laundry mat. You can catch up easily by using the huge machines for white clothes, and light clothes, and the other, machine for the jeans, and other items that will fade. Same colors together when washing helps, because you never know when one will try to fade on the other.
I put basically two, washes in daily, unless I didn’t wash enough the day before. I have kitchen towels for drying my hands while cooking, but I change these out frequently.
Plan healthy meals, and when snow is in the forecast, get some items that you don’t have to cook in order to eat. Canned food can be canned, chicken. I know fresh is better, but canned has been preserved. You can make chicken salad, and put many things in it to make it filling.
I keep a stock of soup for lunch. I eat soup at lunch daily, unless we don’t have any left, and I don’t go to a restaurant. When you are coughing, and worried about your health, eat some soup for lunch. There is something very, comforting about a bowl of soup. When you lose weight, try to keep it off. If the scale says you are gaining, then don’t eat more, sweets. Back off until the weight goes back down.
If you want to lose weight, try to be on a program, or make your own. Try not to lose fast if you are older. I have found that drinking water will help you lose weight.
Wrinkles will eventually come, but if you treat your face with care, it will be glad to hold back on the wrinkles. I use oil on my face at times when it is dry, and needs moisture. A little goes a long way. It is special oil, and I buy a small container. I also use it on my, hands. It isn’t baby oil. This is Olive Oil. People use it in cooking, but I have noticed that my hands turn softer, when I use a little bit on my hands after washing them. Let the oil soak into your skin. See the difference in about a week.
Yes, a little will soften your hands, and feet, and I use a dab on my face. It works, and I might wait a week, or months to put it on, but with cold weather, it keeps your hands, and face from feeling the cold, and responding.
I used some Olive oil on my face one, time after we had used it at church to pray for the sick. I noticed the change that happened to my hands. Soon I bought my own bottle, and found that a dab will do. Hands were not rough as sandpaper from the harsh, weather.