The flu has hit our home again and some days I find it hard keeping up with things around the house.  It’s already hard enough when you’re feeling under the weather – now add a sick 18 month old to look after, school lunches and family meals that still need to be prepared.  That’s when I find the struggle is real.  Still, you gotta find ways to help keep you going.  Normally, I drink LOTS and LOTS of coffee in my everyday schedule to keep up with the swing of things, but when I’m sick, I can’t go near the stuff. 

I’m finding some of the most comforting things for me right now, are drinking tea and eating chicken noodle soup.

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Some of my favourite tea’s are lemon ginger, jasmine orange and of course chai tea.
All of those and a nebulizer with some essential oil are what I find to be most comforting and the best way to get through the next few days.

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(Image from http://saje.ca/blog/stephsterjovski/)

I love all of the Saje essential oils.  Some of my most fav’s are liquid sunshine (it’s a citrusy blend with hints of bergamot), lavender for relaxation and calm, and peppermint.

What are some of your favourite things to help you cope with the flu?

Until next time…..

-lori

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4 thoughts on “

  1. So sorry to hear you are all sick, oh, I guess it’s dear little Tessa, hoping the rest of you won’t get it. Love the pictures of the girls. Hugs to all, may tomorrow be a better day! Love,and prayers, too, mom.

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  2. Hope you are all feeling better! Peppermint always makes me feel better. Peppermint tea is my drink of choice right now.

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