I know that a lot of people are afraid right now, and that’s causing a lot of panic in a lot of places, especially in the grocery store, because there’s a very real chance a lot of us might have to face a mandatory or voluntary 14-day quarantine.
For one, at least in the US, there is no shortage of food so take comfort in knowing that. While you should have enough food for 2 weeks, panic buying, and in some cases hoarding groceries, does more harm than good as it puts grocery workers at risk (because of crowded stores), potentially contributes to future food waste and blocks supplies/food for the most vulnerable among us.
So, buy what you need for you and your family. We’re in this together! 💯
REMEMBER: If you’re feeling feverish, have a cough, or any other flu-like symptoms, or if someone close to you is exhibiting those symptoms, it’s important to isolate yourself or your family so that you don’t risk spreading the infection.
And while we’re at it, if you’re feeling good and going about your routine and your gym remains open, please practice good hygiene and wipe down the equipment before and after using it…and that’s an action we should always practice long after the coronavirus.
And before we get to the pantry and fridge, let me also encourage you to regularly deep clean the kitchen on a monthly basis. Now is the perfect time for a deep clean of the fridge, the handles of cabinets and the floor. I’ve…