COVID-19 changed how we go about our business. People who can work at home are doing so. Those of us who are essential workers (I’m one of them since I work with people who have disabilities) are taking extra measures to keep safe.
I’ve been an interesting journey. It’s a path of learning, education, and even some insight into the human condition. And I want to share with you what I’ve learned.
There’s Washing Hands And Then There’s Washing Hands
Most of us who aren’t middle school boys know to wash their hands after going to the bathroom, handling raw meat, and getting out of that smelly Uber vehicle.
You may know when to wash hands, but what about how to wash hands properly? It isn’t just a case of singing Happy Birthday two times. The World Health Organization wants to show you how to get all the nooks and crannies of your hands clean.
I’ve been rubbing the tips of my fingers in my palms while washing.
The backs of my fingers have never been cleaner.
I Rediscovered Timeless Wisdom
I don’t know which cognitive fallacy I fell prey to the other day. Even though I wasn’t physically in a room with people, I was interacting with some colorful characters. I left the conversation thinking everything was okey-dokey because there was one person in a sea of incompetence who seemed competent.
I was fooled.
Should I Get A Puppy During The COVID-19 Crisis?
My girlfriend and I are about to get puppies. It just so happens that my friend Melissa McCue-McGrath is a certified dog trainer (CPDT-KA) and posted a video on the topic.
Check it out!
Have you learned anything during the coronapocalyspe?