Covid-19 was not in our thoughts two months ago, and yet it has shifted our realities to date. Before getting into it, we just want to take sometime to send our heartfelt wishes to all those that have been affected by this pandemic. To all those that have lost their lives or have a loved one that has lost their life, we send you our deepest condolences.
We also want to apologize for the silence. While we promised to connect with you more this year, circumstances beyond our control have prevented this from happening. While we kept making excuses we quickly realized that you can either have results or excuses but you can’t have both. And so here we are, ready to take on the rest of this year and bring you fresh and new inspiring content.
So, how are you all holding up in this season? How is your self isolation going? What is keeping your engaged? What are you reading? Have you picked up new hobbies? What do you want to see from us? How can we serve you and offer you value? Feel free to leave us a comment or send us a message. We would love to hear from you.
In the meantime, please stay safe! Wash your hands, self isolate. Keep in touch with your loved ones. And most importantly spread love. There is someone out there in the world who has lost somebody, who is lonely, has no food to eat, has no means to pay their bills. And even though you may not be able to tend to any of their financial needs, giving them a call, sending a test message and letting them know that you are thinking of them, can make all the difference.
Even though Covid-19 has left the us all feeling like there is so much uncertainty, we have one thing, a hope and a faith. And that all things will workout for our good. If you know anyone or you yourself are struggling to cope with the heaviness of this pandemic, please know that there are resources that you can check out and might help you cope with this a little better.
Sending you all love and positive vibes. While you are here, you might as well check out one of our latest posts here. Until next time, have a great rest of your day!