With holiday celebrations around the corner, including Thanksgiving, you’re likely craving a family get-together to reflect on the year’s blessings. This year is unique, though, and family gatherings may be a recipe for illness.
During November, a month of recognizing our blessings, show your gratitude concretely by valuing the lives of family, friends, and those who put their lives at risk every day as much as your own. Sacrifices now mean a greater likelihood of everyone still being around next year to be together in person.
Use this “extra time” to focus on your physical and mental health. Take action now to avoid or work on losing the “COVID 15” (similar to the freshman 15-pound weight gain). Go into 2021 a better version of you!
- 20 Ways To Be Grateful and Kind During Difficult Times | PeopleTweaker
- Why Functional Fitness Is Important for Everyone | Healthline
- Take Action To Help Boost Your Immune System | PeopleTweaker
- The [Un]Lonely Project | The Foundation for Art and Healing
- Keeping Safe from Pandemic During the Holidays | Harvard
- Doctor Visits and Getting Medicine | CDC
- If you cannot avoid traveling and must fly: Holiday Travel Recommendations Issued by TSA
- Pfizer’s COVID-19 Vaccine: 6 Things to Know | Fast Company
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