Raise your hand if you’ve felt personally victimized by the COVID-19 pandemic. I see you all raising your hands, and for the record, mine is far above my head, waving dramatically too.
We’re all feeling the effects of this international crisis in our own way. We fear for ourselves, our family members, and those we love who are fighting the virus head-on at the frontlines.
We’re going stir-crazy in our homes, trying to find a balance between “using our time wisely” and celebrating the little wins of finally getting to those dishes that have been sitting in our sink for far too long. We’re being exposed to a frenzy of panic media that leaves us feeling unsettled and isolated. Business owners are making hard decisions as a last resort to keep their companies afloat. Employees are losing their jobs and are facing income loss and uncertainty.
According to the U.S. Department…