Happy Saturday is here, folks.
The day’s festivities include some festive fun, but they’re also full of deadly sins, and we’re here to teach you how to avoid those pitfalls.1.
The Banishment of EvilBlessings are meant to be spread out and spread to others.
So why should you let evil do all the talking?
The best way to spread blessings and the bad ones, according to B.D. Myers, is to avoid sharing them.
If you’re not sure how to spread a blessing, check out our guide to sharing a blessing.2.
Don’t Get Into the MoodYou can easily get into a state of heightened moodiness by taking a day off, even if it’s just for a day.
If your mood is off, you can use a breath of fresh air to calm your nerves.
In the process, you’re putting yourself in a vulnerable position and potentially damaging your health.3.
Wear the Right MakeupMake sure you wear makeup that is not a black eye or dark circles under your eyes.
You can even avoid using eye shadow in this regard.
If it’s a light color, opt for a neutral shade of brown or black.4.
Be Kind to Your Friends and FamilyDon’t be rude or aggressive toward your family or friends.
If they have a problem with you, just be kind and tell them that you need help.
You won’t regret it.5.
Stay Away From Your PetsAs with any disease, the best way for a person to treat a contagious illness is to keep their pets away from people and their possessions.
If people can’t take care of their pets, you may want to consider getting help with a pet-friendly home.6.
Wear Long Sleeved SweatshirtsThis might sound silly, but if you want to wear long sleeved clothing, make sure it’s comfortable, light and breathable.
If not, wear it over loose-fitting clothes or wear it with a hood.7.
Donate to a CharityIf you can’t give, but you can help out, it’s important to do so.
The best time to donate to a cause is during the last week before the weekend.
Donating to a nonprofit that helps people and animals is always a great way to raise awareness of a problem.8.
Wear Light Makeup and Avoid the DarkMakeup doesn’t have to be heavy, but it’s best to avoid using dark eyeshadows or shadowed lips.
Makeup with a subtle gradient or matte finish can help conceal imperfections, and darker shades may make you look less beautiful.9.
Donations and SupportAre you sick of receiving donations?
The more people who donate to your cause, the more donations you’ll receive.
If a charity is close to you, consider donating to it directly.10.
Don a New ShirtEvery time you buy something, make a donation.
If the item you’re buying is made from a different material than the one you bought it from, it may not be the right one for you.
Donated shirts and sweatshirts can help reduce the risk of developing new diseases.11.
Take a BreakWhen it comes to the day to day activities, consider taking a break and having a good time.
This will help your immune system recover.
You may also enjoy a light snack or a quick beverage.