The coronavirus has taken us all by surprise. I work from home regularly with my 9-5 job, and I realize I’m blessed. So many people are not as blessed. Therefore we are in a very trying time, and life could become very challenging for those who are not able to do so.
Although we all want to stay safe, we also still have to live, feed our kids, and pay our bills. Hence, this is where the challenges present. Most of us have never experienced the types of obstacles we are currently facing.
Some of the reasons the coronavirus is so deadly are because:
🔸It can remain in the air for up to three hours.
🔸It can live on plastic and stainless steel surfaces for up to three days
🔸It can remain on copper surfaces for four hours.
🔸It can remain on cardboard surfaces for four hours.
As of now, most places have not been quarantined. We have no idea how long that will last, based on what we’ve seen in Italy. The media is saying the United States should keep an eye on what is happening in Italy. That advice is cause for concern, due to the severity of how the pandemic has unfolded in this area. So, I am planning as best I can under the circumstances.
Some of the immediate things I’ve done:
🔸I have some cash on hand
🔸I’ve filled up my gas tank
🔸Exercising social distancing
🔸Paying bills promptly
🔸Use SOAP AND WATER.
🔸Back-ordered alcohol wipes
🔸Back-ordered anti-bacterial gel
🔸Stocked up on vitamins and supplements
Long term things I am planning:
Thinking about fresh food because fresh foods boost the immune system. I am very vegetable-focused, so this is a cause for concern for me. Therefore, I ordered seeds so I can continue to remain healthy. I ordered the following to do just that:
If you are concerned that this pandemic could be lasting for an extended time, I would consider thinking about growing vegetables in your home.
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