As the weather cools down, people will start seeing their breath outside and covering up their faces in the cold. What people may not realize is how important it is to protect their respiratory system from simple things like the cold and other environmental concerns. As a result, they are more lenient on the regulations they choose to follow.
Our backs are at times very strong, but they can be quite delicate as well. When it comes to back injuries, it's not the task you are performing at the time of an injury that is usually the issue. Back injuries are cumulative, meaning it's all the little things you've been doing incorrectly for years that have finally caught up with you.
During this time of year, crime continues as the sky gets darker earlier. This allows more time for people to act on their more miscreant thoughts, and with Halloween coming up there are more teenagers acting up. With all of these factors how can we keep ourselves and our belonging safe and with us?
"I've been there. I have seen the ruin and felt the regret. The looks, the shock, the confusion and all the questions, I've been there. The hours sifting through the ash and debris accompanied by hugs and tears while holding the only picture not touched, I've been there. The feeling of everything happening in slow motion and the voices muted by the sirens and urgency, I've been there. The moment we realized there was no warning and no means to protect what we worked so hard for, I've been there. The moment I wished I could turn back the time and be prepared, I've been there."