Tis the Season to be Poorly.

A & C: We would normally be filling your blog feed with photos of yummy food on a Friday (mainly burgers), but it’s that time of year again, and as we are both laid in bed poorly we thought we would share our top tips on how to survive man flu/sick days. The chocolate santa is optional but recommended, and films are based on your own choice obviously.

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In order to make your day seem productive, we recommend some excellent tv/films such as Frozen and Pineapple Express. Comedies are essential to cheer you up and Frozen is perfect for any occasion. Β We are also doing a spot of blogging, as it is not often we get a whole day just to write posts!

Lucozade is perfect for keeping your blood sugars up if eating is not possible (Annie is currently unable to eat which makes her super sad), and will keep you hydrated. Chocolate is also necessary to maintain blood sugars and morale. This can come in other forms, but a chocolate Santa is seasonal and tastyyy.

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Puppies are also of your own choosing, here is mine snuggled up in bed with me and his Reindeer toy. We are very ready for Christmas here apparently, but cuddling up with your pet of choice will cheer you up, keep you company and most importantly they are very good as hot water bottles when your feet get cold.

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As beauty bloggers we also love cheering ourselves by relaxing/pampering ourselves with a Lush bath and face mask, I went for the Mmmelting Marshmallow Moment bath melt and S&G’s Fab Pore face mask to clear out my poorly/horrendous looking skin. There is also nothing better than taking your mind off everything by reading a good book, but if all else fails… its all about the Lemsip!

What are your top tips for surviving a sick day? #twolittleowls

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5 thoughts on “Tis the Season to be Poorly.

  1. Karen Rees

    Oh no 😦 Get well soon! I’ve recently just got over a horrid virus/chest infection myself & I must say Lucozade really helped me along… however a GP once told me to avoid hot drinks and stick to ice lollies – apparently it beats the virus much quicker as warmth promotes bacteria. So stock up on ice pops & curl up as planned with your favourite DVD’s, hopefully you’ll be back to normal in no time! πŸ™‚ Karen x

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    1. twolittleowlsblog Post author

      Haha brilliant advice! We are getting there slowly. It does help to have a friend that’s ill too though, especially one that doesn’t care what you look like/if you look horrendous πŸ˜‰ Thank you for you comment xxx

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