Quarantine: Not Ideal, but Not All Bad
Well, April has been a month to remember, hasn't it? I saw something online recently that said "2020 sounded like the most futuristic year and now we’re all like 'I traded my neighbor a handkerchief for some carrots' "
That pretty much sums it up. I had big plans for 2020. I was going to get three businesses up and running, take a big trip to the British Virgin Islands with my family, and launch a whole new, perfectly planned decade. But it was not to be.
My big plans these days are:
- Keep one business alive
- Pay my team members
- Watch the sunset
- Order enough groceries to last a week
- Keep a sourdough starter alive (her name is Rona)
- Don't throw away any food unless absolutely necessary