Posted in Healthup with GJ

THE LITTLE BIG THINGS 1.0

Health according to WHO is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.

We all want to live healthy lives, however we’re almost always guilty of ambiguity—an inability to identify the little things (habits) that lead to the big thing (a healthy life).
Beyond desire, we must carefully identify the little big things that make for a healthy life. I know some and I’d be glad to share.

So,

Let’s talk about #towels.

Aha!

You see? I won’t talk plenty, because you are already convicted. 😁
But sha know that using a dirty towel after bathing is equivalent to not bathing at all. Scratch that. It’s worse than not even bathing.

Do you know how many million bacteria reside in your towel after use? Each reuse leaves you at a greater risk for skin infections, yet you don’t sundry, neither do you wash it regularly.😏🙄

My brother, harden not your heart. And you, sister, don’t pass over this post out of guilt. 😁

Do the needful—Set an alarm right now to remind you to wash your towel this week.

Comment “done” after you set the alarm.

Cheers to a healthy life! 🥂

#Thelittlebigthings.
#Healthtechnology.
#towels.
#TLBT.

GloryJoseph.
Your healthtechie. 💜

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We are alike in more ways than you know, it's why this blog exists. Every entry is my attempt to show you that your body has ability to heal from all forms of trauma and that the sound of your laughter and joy do not have to be visitors to you. Every entry is an attempt to remind you that peace and wholeness are attainable. I hope you find home here, and I hope, like me, that you fancy dodo, bread and brown pages. Subscribe already. ❤️

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