January can be a busy month for you and your kids. Winter break has ended, you’re sending them back to school, you’re writing “Thank You” notes for the holiday gifts you and your family received, and everyone in your family is trying to keep up with their New Year’s resolutions.
With the many tasks that the winter season brings, dealing with the weather and cold air may be the last thing on your list.
There are plenty of ways to deal with the dry air that winter has so generously given you and your family every year.
Here are some examples…
Keep hand lotions in various places around the house, have each member of your family carry a lip balm when going outside, or add moisture in the air with a humidifier.
The simplest solution to help with dry air, in my opinion, would be to increase water intake among you and your family. Although some people may not realize it, making sure your family and kids have had enough water, tea or juice to drink will definitely help. Be sure to ignore all the “I’m not thirsty” comments…
…because being hydrated during the winter is more important than your kids’ pickiness!
How do you deal with the winter weather and air?
Tips For Dealing With Dry Winter Air [Raising Healthy Family]