It must be cold season again, because everyone around us seems to be coming down with something. Starting to feel under the weather yourself? Fear not—we’ve rounded up the best resources on the web for getting through, from curing whatever ails you to deciding what to do about that job of yours.
- First things first: Should you try and work from home, or just take the day off? (FitSugar)
- If you need to get work done, figure out ways to power through it. (Inc.)
- If you decided to take the day off, make sure you don’t feel guilty about it. (Lifehacker)
- Next, tend to your health. Try some of these doctor-recommended methods for fighting a cold. (Life’d)
- Or, go for a slightly more DIY method (that’ll at least make you feel a little better). (Brit & Co.)
- Tired of all the tissues? Try this neat little trick for keeping them from getting all over the place. (MeckMom)
- When it’s time to relax and rest up, make sure to have some good movies on hand to help you pass the time. (Refinery29)
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