Boondock Ramblings

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I don’t have a Fiction Friday post this week, but I do have a guest post over at Michelle’s blog, Blessings by Me, where she offers “Frugal Tips and DIYs” from her home to yours!


The word of 2020, as we all know, besides “chaotic”, is “virus”. We are reading about it, hearing about it, and face it each morning as we head out to school or work. Most of us are donning masks on our face to try to keep us from giving anything to anyone else and, on a smaller scale, reduce our own risk of catching a virus the medical community doesn’t know much about. 

It isn’t lost on most of us that COVID-19, or whatever the medical community is calling it today (some say SARS-CoV-2), isn’t the only bug out there that can infect us. COVID-19 is one of the more unpredictable at this time, but influenza, the common cold, and respiratory infections can strike us when we least expect it, especially during the autumn and winter months, even when we try our best to keep ourselves safe and sanitized. We can’t ever guarantee we won’t catch a bug or virus, but we can help build up our immunity to help our bodies fight off or repel the viral onslaughts that come our way.

There are nutritional and physical ways we can improve our immunity, but we can also improve it by focusing on our mental health. Harvard Medical College tells us there is no guarantee that we can actually “improve” our immunity at a cellular level, but there are steps we can take to strengthen and support our immune system. 

Here are six simple ways to help support your immunity anytime, but especially over the colder months.

Read the rest at Michelle’s blog.



5 thoughts on “6 Simple Ways to Support Your Immune System

  1. alimw2013 says:

    I read this on Michelle’s blog and tried to respond:
    Great post!! So resourceful!! I try to practice all of these but I definitely learned some new ideas from within some of them as well! Thanks so much, I’ll share it with people outside of the blogging world.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Michelle says:

    You shared some amazing information! I really appreciate you taking the time to be a guest on my blog. I hope a lot of people learn how to stay healthier with your post.

    Liked by 2 people

    1. I know one thing…I’m leaving those kind of posts to you. You’re so much better at it. lol! Thanks for having me though. I am on my way to put up a link on Instagram too.

      Liked by 1 person

      1. Michelle says:

        LOL! You did an amazing job! Thank you for sharing, too. I’ve been giving myself an Instagram break because it was soaking up all my time! Oops…

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