I am a big fan of fresh air. Are you?
Don’t let cooler weather deter you from bringing fresh air into your life!
I open the windows just a crack in our bedrooms in the Winter. This allows fresh air to consistently freshen the air in the rooms where we spend the most time and freshen the sheets [I leave them open to the air] while reducing the damage from Winter precipitation and also keeping little ones safe [experts recommend that windows can be opened no more than 4″ when little ones are in the house].
By golly, even the animals enjoy that little bit of fresh air. You’ll see them nosing around those window cracks in Winter for sure!
Even a walk or talk outside is good for the lungs most of the time [check with your doctor!]. It’s fascinating to see in homeopathy the number of colds, coughs, and flus where the person is better in “open air.” Then there are headaches, stomach pains, even photophobia! A quick search of all the rubrics describing symptoms that are ameliorated by open air yielded 536 rubrics!
Freshen the air, freshen your life.
Freshen the air that you breathe,
Freshen the life that you lead.
Freshen the words that you speak,
Freshen with light not heat.
Freshen it all and you will see
The life you lead is sweeter than sweet.
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