I wrote a blog post for my friend Kasee over at KaseeBailey.com about how to maneuver your mindset during the coronavirus pandemic.
"Being intentional about our thoughts is more important than ever. We’re staying home, stuck inside with kids, trying to figure out how to create a routine. Some of us might be living alone. Friends are getting laid off or furloughed. Relatives are getting sick. Friends of friends are passing away.
This is not the Spanish flu of 1918—we are more connected and aware of what’s going globally on than ever. We know how many people are sick in every country and what their recovery rates are and how we’re stacking up against each other. The media is constantly sharing increasing cases and deaths, keeping our minds in a state of fear and anxiety..."
Read the rest here!