My favorite rhyming cat and I are doing a link up today.
…and by favorite I mean the only rhyming cat that I know…
Believe it or not, him and I actually have something in common.
We absolutely hate germs, if not actually have a fear of them.
A while ago, a lady cut me at the nail salon. I lost many nights sleep with nightmares of hepatitis.
How to keep the germs away.
1. Car Keys
Make it a weekly routine to spray these germy things down.
My keys are no stranger to Lysol!
2. Cell Phone
Every morning when I get to work, I spray my cellie down with Windex.
Good bye diseases and GOOD BYE finger prints! Double win!
3. Light Switches & Door Knobs
Wipe those suckers every single week with the Windex vinegar spray.
Don’t forget about the fridge handle and the cabinet knobs. Those are bacteria collectors!
It’s impossible to stay 100% germ free, so take daily vitamins to help fight sickness.
I swear by Emergen-C. Every time I start to feel run down or Mushy is sick, I drink one.
5. Keep the Temperature Down
A colder house, is a healthier house. Keep the thermostat low and open some windows.
There’s a reason why surgical rooms are always ice cold. It kills the germs!
6. Squat, Don’t Sit!
Never, ever, EVER sit down on a public toilet. Squat and hover like a space ship to avoid germs.
Not to mention it will totally give you killer buns and thighs!
7. Hand Sanitizer
Don’t ever leave your house without hand sanitizer! I always have a bottle handy in my car and bag.
Besides, they even have ones that smell yummy now.
8. Public Doors
Try your hardest not to touch those handles! Have someone else open it, or use a paper towel.
Those things skeeve me to no end. How many people with snot touched it before you did? Bleh gag barf!
9. Wash Your Hands
Everyone should wash their hands several times a day no matter where they are or what they’re doing.
Don’t forget to sing the alphabet to make sure they’re squeaky clean!
10. Nail Salon
Make sure you bring your own tools to the nail salon.
That way if you get cut, you have no risk of getting hepatitis. Hello good night’s sleep!
What are your tips for keeping the germs away?