Unfortunately, by last night, my nose started running. Every time, I got comfortable enough to sleep, my nose clogged up and I had to get up, blow my nose and try again. All night long, it went that way. I hardly got any sleep. I didn't feel too bad but the first thing I went for after breakfast was some sort of cold medicine.
I don't know the area, I don't have a car but I was lucky enough to discover the hotel across the street carried some stuff. Yes I bought it and popped it all day long. At the end of the day, I went over, picked up something for dinner and then took a short nap for a couple of hours.
I realize I should stay in bed and sleep all night but I am like a kid on Christmas eve. I'm afraid, I'll miss something important. Tomorrow, I'm going to learn about creating apps in Swift, more about google classroom and so many more exciting topics.
I don't want to miss anything. Which is why I stuck around so late rather than go back to my hotel room to sleep. I hate being sick under normal circumstances but I hate it even more when I'm on the road. I can never get enough orange juice, enough sleep, or enough of my routine designed to help me get better faster.
I assume I am not the only one who hates getting sick while traveling. I know we all have our list of things we do to get better fast so we are not stuck in bed, even when we really should stay there.
I love drinking hot peppermint tea but I don't have access to any. The fumes keep my nose cleared up. I alternate with honey flavored black tea which helps make me feel better overall. I love sleeping by I always seem to have way to much to do.
Please let me know what you do when you get sick on a trip and how you keep from having to miss important conferences. I know we all have it happen, so share your secrets.