Prevention is always better than cure
At the moment I am attempting to drag myself out of the flu pit I have found myself in and get back in the real world, and for this I only have myself to blame. I have never bothered getting the flu jab, I’m not in any risk category, I’m fairly healthy, I don’t drink or smoke and I eat a decent enough diet (OK apart from a weakness for good ice cream and domino’s pizza).
I got the flu last year so why did I think that I would be safe this year, why did I take the risk when one little injection would have stopped me feeling like I’ve been hit by a bus for 3 days, being lethargic, producing less and not thinking straight. You can get the injection done at Tesco when doing the shopping, even councils tell their staff to get them done at supermarket’s now as they can do it cheaper than the councils themselves….
So what I have I done about it? Set myself a reminder for next year that’s what, my phone will beep at me, my computer will beep at me and being an obsessive compulsive about detail I won’t be able to dismiss the reminder until I’ve completed the task. I'm being proactive so I won't waste time being ill again.
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