Quarantine. What started as a 15-day “flatten the curve” experiment has become a way of life.
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While we’re all #AloneTogether, #TogetherApart, #SaferAtHome, and #TogetherAtHome, we’re all dealing with quarantine and re-opening differently.
Between take-out, curbside pick-up, and contactless delivery, I’d say the American people have been eating well in quarantine! It’s not easy to find things to be excited about when plans have been getting cancelled, trips delayed, holidays all but cancelled, etc., etc., etc. We’re doing it, though!
My travels have given me so much: deeper faith, self-confidence, friends, my husband, a creative outlet, something to look forward to in the dark cold winters, etc. It’s sad that I no longer have those things when and how I want them.
I am grateful for the travels and adventures I’ve had up to now. Travel has given me so much, and I love everything about it. Here’s the short list!
Hopefully I’ll be less likely to take these things for granted. Hopefully you will, too. So here it is: my list of the ways we take travel for granted.
The “in this together” mentality we’ve all had during this quarantine time is encouraging and heartening, but the one industry we haven’t been able to support through it is also the one industry that will need it most when the quarantine, restrictions, and bans are lifted. Here’s how you can help the travel industry where they need it most.
I’ve found a few things about this experience that I wish would stay the same long after the coronavirus gets a cure. Here are my top 10 picks. What would you add?
The best news of all is that airline ticket prices are plummeting (and come with free change and cancellation policies), so there’s no down side to snagging a deal right now. Here are 10 potential trips to start planning now, plus my daily giveaway to help small businesses around the country!