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Today’s post in our Raising Healthy Families Series is written by Rachel of day2day joys
For you to be able to turn your car on, you must have gas in the tank. For you to turn on a light in your room, you must have a light bulb. For you to even use your iPhone or laptop to read this now, the power has to be turned on and your device must be charged.
To turn things on correctly, you have to take care of them because if you don’t, eventually they will break or run out of power.
Your body – specifically your spine – isn’t any different, but the majority of people do not understand this concept.
What does it mean to turn your power on anyway? Please hop on over to Rachel’s blog to read the rest!
I'm Beth. I created Red & Honey because I'm obsessed with the wild art of wellness.