How to Clean Your Phone
Your smartphone is seven times dirtier than a toilet, reported USA Today in Feb. 2019 based off of several research studies. . . . According the Journal of Hospital Infection, coronaviruses can live on glass . . . for up to nine days, so it’s important to disinfect it regularly.
Use a solution of 60% water and 40% rubbing alcohol to clean your phone. Turn off your phone first and avoid any charger or headphone ports (if liquid gets in those it could damage your phone). Use a cotton swab to rub disinfectant solution on the phone, but squeeze out any excess to avoid dripping. Wipe the phone dry with a clean cloth immediately. If you have an iPhone this is still a good way to clean your phone. Admist coronavirius concerns, Apple updated its cleaning guide to say you can use “70% isopropyl alcohol wipe or Clorox disinfecting wipes” to clean your iPhone as long as you’re careful to avoid openings in the phone. If you have a plastic case, take it off your phone and wipe it down with a disinfectant wipe.
“Was a great high wall there that tried to stop me. Was a great big sign there said private Property but on the back side it didn’t say nothing. That side was made for you and me.” ~ Woody Guthrie
I’m polishing my shine and bringing to wherever I travel today.
Challenge Your Inner Critic
You know that inner voice that loves to point out everything that isn’t so great? Try to notice when it takes control of your mood. Sometimes it has a good point and is letting you know about something that needs your attention. But other times, it’s wrong, or it makes things seem worse than they are. Ask yourself, “Is this true?”
Be Kind to Yourself – You’re AOK!
This song of mine will wind its music around you, my child, like the fond arms of love.
This song of mine will touch your forehead like a kiss of blessing.
When you are alone it will sit by your side and whisper in your ear, when you are in the crowd it will fence you about with aloofness.
My song will be like a pair of wings to your dreams, it will transport your heart to the verge of the unknown.
It will be like the faithful star overhead when dark night is over your road.
My song will sit in the pupils of your eyes, and will carry your sight into the heart of things.
And when my voice is silent in death, my song will speak in your living heart.
If you can tell stories, create characters, devise incidents, and have sincerity and passion, it doesn’t matter a damn how you write. ~ W. Somerset Maughaj
Mike was always late for work. His boss threatened to fire him. Mike asked his doctor for help. His doctor prescribed a pill to take it before he went to bed. Mike slept well, and woke up before the alarm went off in the morning. Mike showed up to work on time.
When Mike got to work, he saw his boss and said, ”The pill actually worked!’
‘That’s great,’ said the boss, ‘But where were you yesterday?’