Due to an extreme amount of caution, (are you as tired of that phrase as I am?) we will be closed until March 30, 2020. We work out of Jane’s house, as most of our clients know. Jane is 78 and has rheumatoid arthritis. The medication she takes makes her immune system pretty weak. I can’t take the chance that she is exposed to anything stronger than a cold.
I realize this is a time of uncertainty. We’re filled with anxiety, worried about our health, finances, loved ones, etc. I get it. This is the first time many of us have experienced anything like this.
we cannot control what other people do during this outbreak, we can control
what WE do and how WE respond.
We should all be concerned, but excess worry and panic do nothing but tax your immune system. So, if you do happen to contract the virus, you want your immune system to be as strong as possible.
I don’t know about you, but I’m loading up on veggies, fruits, trying to get as much sleep as I can, exercising, and taking my supplements. (All of these things support your immune system.)
Take some time to laugh if you can. Stream a comedy on Netflix tonight. Call a friend you haven’t spoken to in a while. Have a board game night. I’m finding that little things like this help in times of uncertainty.
Stay informed, but try to limit the coverage to only information that you truly need for yourself and your family.
And, seriously, what’s up with the toilet paper hoarding? Does toilet paper have some superpower that I’m not aware of?
We look forward to seeing all of you
again under better circumstances. We are hopeful this crisis will be resolved
soon and we can all go back to business as usual.
We appreciate your understanding and will keep you posted on any new developments.
Thank you so much!