In the previous issue I wrote about the need to approach the pandemic as if it’s a marathon not a sprint. If you haven’t read it yet, go ahead and do so and then pick back up here.
So how do we pace ourselves? Here are some suggestions.
It’s easy to begin dwelling on the way things used to be. Many of the things we depended on for stability and a sense of normalcy have disappeared. It’s not wrong to what we’ve lost. But I find that, if I’m not careful, thinking about life before COVID-19 can tempt me to become angry, frustrated, or discontent.