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How To Be A Funky Frugal Mommy

We all want to live happy and healthy lifestyles. That is almost everyone’s resolution. Every mom out there wants her family healthy all the time. We want our families healthy during all seasons such as the Fall and Winter Season. After paying for all our bills we tend to be broke. But planning the right way can easily help us stay focused. Keeping your family healthy during winter can be quite hectic and so you have to do it right.

You need to make sure that your family is wrapped up. These colder months can lead to a lot of sicknesses especially for those with weak immune systems. It is therefore important to remain warm at all times. We should cover our bodies up and turn on the heaters in order to supply adequate supply of heat. A review of our personal hygiene habits should also be considered. Be sure that your family keep clean by washing their hands before touching food and visiting the washrooms. Also, make sure that you wipe surfaces with sprays and antibacterial wipes to keep them from contacting germs.

You should also watch out while handling grocery carts because this particular season is normally associated with flue. So, you’ll definitely need to wipe them down before handling them. You should make sure that your family maintains a well-balanced diet. Eating right will definitely make your immunity strong. You should get the kinds of food healthy for your family such as fruits, spinach, red bell peppers and broccoli. Make tasty recipes with these ingredients so that your family enjoys it.

 Make sure you all stay hydrated especially if your heater is on in order to avoid drying out your skin. Give your family healthy drinks and avoid chemicals. Another important thing is to have over-the-counter drugs at hand. People become sick and it is very important to be prepared. Having medicine in the house can save lives or prevent disaster from happening. Make sure your children get the necessary vaccines to be on the safe side. You can find everything you need from


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