Today its about travel.
- Vitamin C – According to research from the University of Otago in New Zealand Vitamin C helps defend your body from invading pathogens and increases your levels of immune – boosting T-Cells. If unfortunately you do come down with a bug it will help decrease the severity and the duration of infections like the common cold.
2. Aisle seat – A recent study by US researchers found you are more likely to come in to contact with infections from Ill patients and also the crew. Those in the window seat are less likely to be exposed to germs.
3. Motion sickness – This is caused by an imbalance or disturbance of your inner ear which of course controls your balance. By focusing on a fixed point in the distance such as the horizon helps to re establish your since of balance. Another suggestion is to find an area where you feel the least movement. Front of the car, over the wing of the plane or in middle cabin close to the waterline when on a cruise ship.
4. Get your shots – Hepatitis A – found in India, Africa, Asia, the Middle East and South and central America. Typhoid – Found in India, Africa, Asia, the Middl East and South and Central America. Yellow Fever – Africa, the Caribbean, and South and Central America.
5. Water Bottle 💦 – Study in the journal of Physiology and Behavior found that parched drivers make twice as many mistakes as those who are well hydrated which is equivalent of driving with blood alcohol content of 0.08 – So keep your water bottle handy.
6. Travel Kit – Noise cancelling earplugs. – This is good for sleep on a long flight or car rides. Example Quieton active noise cancelling.
First Aid Kit – Recommended is the VSSL First aid Kit .
Water Purifier – SteriPen Ultra Water Purifier. The UV light kills 99.9 percent of the waterborne germs
Source – body and Soul Australian Sunday Mail
“Extreme situations always sound crazy – until you’re in one”
This is one situation none of us ever want to be in. You think it wont happen to you but you can be blindsided by the unexpected at any place and time.
a. According to Steve Kardian director of the NY Defend University and former police detective “If it’s a robbery, give up the goods immediately.”
Do not challenge them. Treat it like a business deal.
Unless you think you are about to be shot do not go for the gun. Fake an illness like you are about to throw up or have a heart attack. Then get out of there as fast as you can
b. If you hear shots. ‘Believe it’ those shots are probably from a gun not a vehicle back firing. If you have only heart the noise but have not seen the shooter you still have time to run in the opposite direction.
If you have seen the shooter or worse he or she has seen you put something large between you and the shooter. A Car, a Wall, a Tree (large one) anything that will stop a bullet.
If you feel you must run ‘Zig Zag’ it will make it difficult to put you in the line of fire even for an expert.
c. Be Proactive – Plan ahead. If you have to pass through a dark area that gives you the creeps or walk to your car in a dark dingy car park, through a park that is not well-lit.
Make a plan, visualize where you can escape to. Work out an escape route just in case.
Your gut instinct plays a bit part so take notice of it and run like hell if you even suspect someone is following you.
I copied this from my husband’s website Sexcigarsbooze.com
What a fabulous idea. Not only healthy but will give you a spark as well. I will be making this for my next party that is for sure. I love jello shots
Celebrate the start of summer with strawberry margarita jello shots.
Here’s what you’ll need:
2 lbs. of Strawberries
6 oz. of Margarita Mix
1 Cup of Tequila
2 oz. of Tripe Sec or Grand Marnier
3 oz. Strawberry Flavored Jell-O
Sugar and Limes (for garnish)
Prepare the Strawberries
Choose the largest strawberries that you can find. Wash and dry them. Cut the bottom part of the strawberries so that they can stand upright. Then, cut the top part off of the strawberries.
Using a melon baller and scoop out the inside of the strawberries very carefully without punching any holes or breaking the strawberries.
Make the Strawberry Margarita Jell-O
Boil 6 ounces of margarita mix. Place the strawberry Jell-O in a bowl and add the boiling margarita mix. Stir well until the jello dissolves completely. Add the tequila, tripe sec or Grand Marnier and stir.
Refrigerate the Strawberries
Place the strawberries on a plate and fill them with the strawberry margarita jello. Put the plate in the refrigerator. Refrigerate for at least four hours or until firm.
Leave any remaining strawberry margarita jello outside the refrigerator. You might need it to refill some strawberries that leak.
Note: Some strawberries will leak. Just wait until the initial jello sets and then refill the strawberries with more jello. Any spilled jello on the plate can be scooped with a spoon.
I copied and pasted this from my husbands website Sexcigarsbooze.com
Garnish the Strawberry Margarita Jello Shots
Rub the rim of the strawberries with a lime wedge. Dip and rotate them in sugar to coat the rim. Garnish with key lime wheels.