Picture of Bridgette Klein

Article by: Bridgette Klein — View more articles by Bridgette Klein

Posted on: March 15, 2020

Facing The Weeks Ahead

In these weeks that feel so different, our team would like to share some advice. This blog is written for those who have been relegated to their homes in an effort to flatten the curve of this disease spreading. We want to acknowledge that those who are battling this horrendous virus will not be able to utilize these tips in the same way, but from the entire Willory team, we hope for your speedy recovery. 

If you have other tips, please share them in the comments. 

  • Use this time as an opportunity
    Focus on the areas you can make the most significant impact or activities that you might not be otherwise paying attention to during the status quo. This is a chance to imagine new possibilities, but only if you give yourself that opportunity.
  • Connect with people online
    No matter your social media preference – find value in the virtual. Your connections can go far beyond our area and can enlighten us in many ways. You can build lifelong friendships online if you’re only willing to try.
  • Share the lessons you’re learning along the way
    any people are experiencing working from home or other activities for the first time, share your successes and failures. Be transparent even when it seems more comfortable not to be.
  • Take walks and get enough sleep
    Being outside (at a safe distance from others) can be a great way to keep the virus away and getting enough sleep will bolster your immune system if you do catch something.
  • Update your plans and schedules
    We know that sometimes you’ve planned initiatives far in advance or you have certain things (example: emails) that go out on a regular cadence. Make sure you evaluate those against current events to see if they are still imperative and sensitive to current events.

We will continue to monitor all of this and encourage everyone to stay informed and mindful of making the best personal choice for you and your family. If there is anything we can do, please do not hesitate to reach out.