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Thursday, April 25, 2013

The Best Place

Talking about germs, you may not expect them to be so prominently present in places we use daily. Did you know for instance that your kitchen sink is crowded with germs and not a good place to put your fruit and vegetables in before you wash it?

Another thing to keep in mind is to ensure your leftovers are thoroughly cooled off before you place them in the fridge. If they are too hot or still warm it could lead to food poisoning. It is perfectly safe to leave them on the counter for about an hour after they are cooked.

Keeping your toothbrush in the bathroom is not a good idea either. Flushing the toilet slings many germs into the air and those will settle down on anything in their vicinity, including your toothbrush. The best way to prevent that is to keep your toothbrush in a special case or behind the doors of the medicine cabinet.

Speaking of which; although the name indicates otherwise, the medicine cabinet is not a good place to keep all your medications. The high temperatures and humidity can decrease their strength, make them go bad before their expiration date, and some can even become toxic.

A cool, dry, place or well-closing containers are much better. When you keep them in the kitchen cabinets, ensure they are not stored near appliances that generate heat and/or humidity and remember safety; keep them out of the reach of the little ones.

Don't keep God's word out of those little ones' reach though, but grab every chance and opportunity to teach them and lead them to the Lord. It is the best place anyone can be in!

Psalm 34:11
Come, you children, listen to me; I will teach you the fear of the Lord.


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