Fully Vaccinated “I still don’t want you to hug me”

Dr. Michelle Hure, a California based Dermapathologist, warns followers not to let their guard down after getting vaccinated.

After getting her own vaccination she commented “Fully vaccinated (I still don’t want you to hug me).”

She went on to say “Now that many people are getting vaccinated (awesome!) I see they are starting to get more complacent with masking and distancing. I understand why. But just because you’re vaccinated, it doesn’t mean we are back to normal.”

She went on to say “The covid vaccine was developed and intended to prevent serious complications and death.”

Thank you for that reminder, Dr. Hure!

What Covid Vaccine Won’t Do

According to Dr. Hure the Covid vaccine won’t:

💉Protect you from getting Covid.

💉Keep you from spreading the virus to others if infected.

We need to remain vigilant and maintain proper masking and distancing.

Dr. Michelle Hure

Dr. Hure reported that besides feeling a little fatigued and having a sore arm she is feeling great!

The Home Organizing Team I’m Obsessed With And The Lessons I’ve Learned About Decluttering

The Home Organizing Team I’m Obsessed With And The Lessons I’ve Learned About Decluttering

There are very few times in life when you see someone doing exactly what they were meant to do. Usually people like Oprah Winfrey, Joanna Gaines and Jimmy Fallon. But they can be everyday people like your doctor, too. When I see the ladies of The Home Edit, I know they are doing exactly what they were meant to do. They are the organizing pair that I can’t get enough of.

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Chalkboard Notes | Healthy Living

Chalkboard Notes | Healthy Living

Hey guys!

Happy Monday to you. I hope this finds you staying healthy and happy no matter where you are. Today’s mood board is a reminder that even though many of you are busier than ever, you have to put you and your health at the top of the list. Especially, if you’re coping with health issues including mental health.

I know! I get it. You may be rolling your eyes at me right now. I’m busy, too. I feel like I’m doing more since the pandemic then I did pre-pandemic. But I’m not complaining about it.

I love that we are doing everything virtually. I think it’s great that this unforeseen occurrence is forcing us to think outside the box. With that said, I can’t wait for this pandemic to be behind us and my heart aches for those who have lost loved ones. I pray everyday that me and my own family stay healthy as well as those around us.

Until then, we have to take extra care of ourselves. Our families need us. You need to be here to see the rewards of your hard work and contributions, after the pandemic.

As a menopause and breast cancer survivor I know for sure you have to take a timeout for you and your health. There’s more to healthy living than what you eat and how you exercise (although both are important factors) to emotional and physical well-being.

Today, my mood board is my chalkboard. I’m sharing my list of notes to myself with you.

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What are some things you are doing to stay healthy during these difficult times?

My Menopause Aha! Moment

My Menopause Aha! Moment

I was loading the dishwasher when I realized how bad I felt. I was sad. Sad like something bad happened. It reminded me of how I felt after the loss of my sister. It was in that moment I acknowledged the direct connection between my emotions and menopause.

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