The 5 Advantages of Being Sick

Being unwell always has its toll on a person. But here are some super duper cool ways to enjoy yourself while you are sick!

Hello you-out-there, hope you are doing good. Great! I’d been quite ill since the last week  and I tell you what, I have been enjoying the days very well. Wanna know how? Read on for some awesome tips and tricks to enjoy while you’re out of sorts!

  • YOU’RE THE CENTRE OF ATTENTION – AND ATTRACTION [wink]

When you’re not well, everyone in the house is looking after you, saying good things about you and making you happy. Sometimes, you even get to have what you want. If there’s a visitor, a sick member in the family will always catch the eye eventually. It does feel like you’re a celebrity, though you’re not well.

  • NO HURRY, ONLY REST

The few days of not-being-well does replenish your sleep debt. If you are someone like me, who’s always running for school, studies and books, you probably get very little rest. Enjoy these couple of days to the fullest by sleeping or just lying in your bed with your favourite book! Sounds awesome, doesn’t it?

  • GO AS YOU LIKE!

I don’t know about others, but I’m very lucky whenever I’m unwell. During these days, the doctor always says to my Dad or Mom, “Make sure she doesn’t eat <stuff that I hate the most>” and continues, “but she should eat <stuff that I’d probably die for eg. fruit juice>”.

  • YOU’RE THE MASTER

When you are sick, the whole house listens to you. I just put on a sweet look and say, “Can you please hand me the remote?” while still lazying in the couch, cozy up inside a blanket! And voila, the person you’re speaking to is bound to follow your command and well, hand you the remote or even put on your favourite show! Sometimes, you might find your favourite food for dinner!

  • A GOOD EXCUSE! 😉

Everyone will forgive you. They will. They have to.

SO, THIS WAS MY TINY LIST OF WAYS YOU CAN FEEL GOOD WHILE YOU’RE SICK. TELL ME HOW YOU ENJOY YOUR SICK DAYS!

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