I know this might be a shock to read, but... this job isn't very physically taxing.

You're SHOCKED, I know. What, sitting in front of a computer or standing in front of a microphone would make YOU break a sweat? Nah, probably not. Unless your brain sweats. I use my brain alot, so maybe?

Anyway, at the end of the day, I'm probably only an average level of stinky stank. I'm not covered in grease or dirt, and sometimes, I admit, I'll just change my clothes at the end of the day. I don't necessarily shower every day. But am I alone in that?

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Every once in a while, we ALL just kinda let our filthiness ride, right? It's just part of being human! Sometimes, the day gets away from you, or maybe it's the weekend and you're not doing anything......it happens! A new survey asked people how far they've pushed it without taking a shower. And HALF of people admit at some point, they've gone THREE DAYS or MORE without cleaning themselves. The survey also found 60% of people try to use every single drop of shampoo or body wash before they throw away the bottle. Your underarms are the spot you're most likely to wash every time you shower, and you're least likely to wash behind your ears.

I'll admit that in the spring, fall, and winter, sometimes I'll skip a shower during the week - if I shower every day without exception, my skin dries out and gets a little itchy! It's not like I'm showering in super hot water or anything, it's just some strange thing about me. And since it's not hot out, it's not like I'm sweating a lot or anything.

But in the summer, I'll shower every day regardless, just because a cool shower can really help on a hot day. What about you? Do you bathe or shower every day, no matter what? Does that change based on the seasons?

Cleanly yours,

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