When in doubt, reach out.
This might be a no-brainer, but we all get busy sometimes, especially in the midst of uncertainty caused by a pandemic, an earthquake, and the like. It even helps to put it in your daily To-Do’s: “Connect with at least one person today.”
Food is never rude.
When disaster strikes, it’s children who are often most vulnerable. Whether it’s sharing dinner with a neighbor family or donating your time and money to organizations, sharing is more than caring - it’s actually gosh darn heroic! Good job.
Be kind, never rewind.
The novel coronavirus taught us that we’ve gotta go boldly into the future with more inner calm, more kindness to others, and more consideration for mother nature. Let’s not go back to the way things were. We’re in this together.
Think local, act local.
Sometimes we think our favorite coffee joint or wonderfully unhealthy pizza spot is always gonna magically be there for us. Thing is, small businesses stay afloat because you continue to love them. So, takeout tonight?
Foster more cuteness.
During times of uncertainty, doggos and kitties are often left behind or forgotten. One way to lift your own spirits and also alleviate stress on local shelters is to foster pets. Just think of all that cuteness.