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    After I Read Your Blog…

    by Ngozi Osuagwu, MD | July 26th, 2020

    After I Read Your Blog…

    After I read your blog,

                    I started to meditate.

                    I cut my hair because hair care is self-care.

                    I switched out my cinnamon to make sure that it is the Ceylon cinnamon.

                    I carry my numbers in my wallet.

                    I put the do not disturb on my phone so that I can get a good night sleep.

    We are five years old and I am happy to say that the above statements are just a sample of what I have heard over the past five years. On July 26, 2015 I wrote my first blog on this website. This will be blog # 261. Each week, you have allowed me to be part of your life and I am sincerely grateful.

    The purpose of the website and the weekly blog is to disseminate information that would be helpful for anyone who needs the tools for healthy living. I believe that we are empowered when we have information. Keeping my sisters alive and healthy is my mission. It is what motivates me to make sure that every Monday the blog is released.

    As we do every six months, I wanted to share the five most read blogs over the past 6 months.

    Do Not Get Bored “Only boring people get bored” my friend shared with me. In this blog, I discuss things that you can do at home with or without children.

    Do Not Ignore Your Health – At the time this blog was written, there were ‘Stay home’ orders in place. This was written to remind everyone that there are things you can still do to keep healthy – pray, meditate, exercise and sleep.

    Information Is Key – Although no one could have predicted the pandemic, if you have been reading the blogs weekly, you would have noticed that we have been providing information to give you a fighting chance.

    Class of 2020 – Even though most of the graduations this year were done virtually, the commencement speeches were still very good. In this blog, I outline the principles shared by Dr. Michael Drake, the President of the Ohio State University.

    Wear Your Face Mask – This was written over 3 months ago and we are still talking about wearing masks. Wearing masks saves lives. It will be the key to our ultimate freedom.

    It has been an awesome five years. I am excited about our future. I am excited about what we can do together. The information is making a difference. Share the information. Encourage your friends to join the family. Together we can KEEP OUR SISTERS ALIVE AND HEALTHY.               

    2 Responses to “After I Read Your Blog…”

    1. It’s so funny that as I was using my tongue scrapper this morning, I was thinking that you have no idea that I think of you every morning when I use it LOL. Thank you:-)

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