As an employee of the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), I have been following this pandemic to an obsessive level (it’s not healthy, I know). I have an interest in the outcome. The healthier everyone stays, the less work for me. It’s tempting to want to break free of our constraints and get back to life, but I assure you there is a method to the madness. So, let’s talk about what NC needs before we can start being released from our homes for Phase 1 of leaving quarantine. Get comfy and put your thinking cap on because I’m about to get my nerd on.
Are you bored of quarantine yet? I am! There is only so much we can do to pass the time. There are some activities that can keep you from getting stir-crazy, but none better (for me) than reading a good book. Books allow for an escape to other places, times, or imaginary worlds, and Dog-Eared Books in Raleigh, NC can help you get your hands on books without spending a fortune.
Many believe quarantine is the introverts dream, but the reality may shock you. Surviving quarantine as an introvert requires a lot of self-care.
There are free ways to get books during this quarantine while never having to leave your house or with only a short drive or walk.
“Shelter in place”, “Stay-At-Home Order”, “Social Distancing” are all terms we can’t stop hearing right now, no matter where we turn. There is so much information out there and sometimes, it can be hard to make sense of it all and make decisions based on that information. Grocery stores have been deemed an “essential business”, but can be one of the most dangerous places to be during this outbreak. We have put together this guide to help you navigate grocery shopping during COVID-19.
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Are you bored during this quarantine? Here are some craft ideas to use those tin cans you used for quarantine meals to spruce up your house!
You may have read that Coronavirus (COVID-19) is in North Carolina, over 1,000 in Wake county, as of today. Events all over the area are being cancelled to reduce the […]