Sunday, January 10, 2021

5 Ways To Say Healthy When Your Spouse Is Deployed

**This is a sponsored post with FarmHaven. Nevertheless, all of the opinions are my own.**


So my husband is deployed and I'm at home with two kids. I certainly do not have the time to get sick. If I get sick, there's chaos. My kids are older, so that helps, but they tend to be confused on how to work a vacuum and make a meal at times. So I need to stay healthy. 

To make sure this happens, I do the following:




1. Take Apple Cider Vinegar. I kept hearing about this, but I never tried it. I decided to see how it worked for me, and I'm glad I did. I feel like I have more energy, it helps with bloating (which is a WIN because goodness knows, I bloat), and it helps with digestion. I picked it up at FarmHaven, which is a site that has a bunch of options to support health and only uses the purest ingredients. Check out FarmHaven here to see all their options. You can also use the code AMBERMYERS to save 15%.  If you're interested in the Apple Cider Vinegar, click here




2. Make sure you're taking breaks. You aren't a failure if you need to rest. I keep seeing all these memes out there where it lists everything a mom has to do. Self care is in. The laundry can wait. Do not overwhelm yourself because that causes stress which causes tears which causes meltdowns. So I'll say it again: it's OKAY TO TAKE BREAKS. 


3. Ask for help. Look, I don't like to ask for help. But I know I need to do it now and again. Also, offer to help to other parents, especially ones whose spouse is deployed. It's not an easy time. 


4. Drink lots of water. I always have water beside me. I jazz it up with a lemon. I'll get a cute cup to help get me to drink more water. It isn't the most exciting drink, but drink it anyway. 


5. Fit some exercise in. Even if you only have 5 minutes, at least it's something. It gets the blood flowing. I try to jog daily in my neighborhood. Is it something I look forward to? No. But I do it because I want to attempt to stay fit. 



Having a spouse deployed isn't easy. But these are the things I do to help stay healthy. The newest for me is taking the Apple Cider Vinegar. I recommend giving it a try. Again, check it out here and see if it'll work for you. Or pop over FarmHaven and see what they have to offer. Don't forget to use AMBERMYERS to save 15%. 




I look forward to when my husband will return home. But until then, I'll do my part to be the best parent I can. And yup, that includes self care, while drinking water from my pretty cup.






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31 comments:


  1. Am I a big advocate of supplements especially when they really have health-supporting abilities and this with apple cider vinegar? I admit I've never seen one and the properties are numerous!

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  2. These are great ideas.I consider my health seriously as well and if I get sick,I find it difficult to take care of the kid.I like the idea of Apple cider too..

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  3. I have got to try this Apple Cider Vinager elixer it does look healthy. I give you military families so much credit and I hope it goes fast and safe.

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  4. I recently started drinking apple cider vinegar and water before meals. These probably taste better lol!

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  5. You certainly do not have time to get sick! I tried to drink it a few years back but a pill sounds like a better option. Great tips all about self care over here

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  6. I've never tried ACV but it sounds interesting, I'm lucky I don't get sick easily, that also might be because I eat healthy and work out, I find that when I have this routine I don't get sick at all

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  7. Staying healthy can be hard without your other half. Asking for help and drinking plenty of water is important.

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  8. *puts apple cider vinegar on shopping list
    We don't have time to be sick!

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  9. We moms cant afford to be sick. My family might let me rest but the mess would be there for me when I felt better.

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  10. I know someone who always take the liquid version of this. I bet she'll love it in capsules too.

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  11. I really want to try these apple cider vinigar tablets, they're on my wishlist for such a long time x

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  12. These are some really doable actions. Apple Cider Vinegar is really effective, and of course exercise is a panacea for many ills.

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  13. I have been trying to get more active this year as well. I have been going for daily walks in the local park and I feel that it does make a difference in getting my immune system stronger.

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  14. Last year and this year is a lot different from previous years. Being healthy nowadays is a must and yeah we really need to take good care of ourselves and our family. Taking up apple cider is part of our healthy supplements.

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  15. This is so interesting, I have heard a ton of people talk about using Apple cider vinegar to help lose weight but I never thought about using it to boost health and I never knew it was available in capsule format.

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  16. Very interesting. I've only just started taking supplements and they are working out great for me.

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  17. I've heard so many good things about taking apple cider vinegar. I will have to give these a try.

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  18. These are easy-to-follow tips and I do some of these regularly. I used to take apple cider vinegar diluted in water and I liked that it really helped with digestive issues. I think the supplements are a great way to take apple cider vinegar.

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  19. Super helpful blog, I do use apple cider for my face mask. Look forward to reading more contents from you.

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  20. I actually live alone, apple cider is good for me too. I use it for various purposes...

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  21. I was taking Apple Cider Vinegar last year but haven't gotten any new bottles. I will have to go back to using them.

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  22. These are definitely some great tips. I always drink plenty of water myself. I need to work more on the fitness part though.

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  23. So important to take care of yourself, especially when all the responsibilities fall on you. Sounds like an awesome supplement! I do drink ACV, but it isn't anywhere near as convenient as this method.

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  24. I know what are you talking about. We need to stay healthy and we need to do our best!

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  25. I have been on Apple cider vinegar for almost an year now.. I love it

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  26. I have been on Apple cider vinegar for almost an year now.. I love it

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  27. Sounds interesting!i was taking ACV before. Maybe need to start taking again because nowadays it's very hard to take care of yourself.

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  28. I never realized the benefits if Apple cider!

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  29. I think that most are trying to be healthier now. I take cider vinegar myself sometimes. Not tried any tablets though.

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