There’s Good and Bad in Everything – Yes, Even This

good and bad


The coronavirus is certainly crimping our lifestyle, isn’t it?

  • We can’t travel for spring break
  • Kids can’t go to school
  • Many can’t work
  • You can’t eat out
  • There’s no bars, theaters, sports,
  • and on, and on, and on…

But there are some good things.

You can spend quality time with your family.

You can finish that book you’ve been meaning to read.

You can sort through that paper pile…

You can spring clean. (login for help)

You can paint a room.

You can do a renovation.

You can plan your garden. (login for help) If this crisis goes on long enough, you can plant it.

You can login and try new recipes.

You can start an at home workout plan.

You can get a taste of homeschooling and see if you like it.

You can play a full blown game of monopoly.

There’s a ton of things that you normally don’t have time for that you can do now.

We’ll save a bunch of money.

And if you’re not a member yet, you can try a free month and see all the things you can do.

And an unexpected silver lining – the reduction of pollution. Here are some of the headlines today –

Study: Coronavirus Lockdown Likely Saved 77,000 Lives In …

There’s an unlikely beneficiary of coronavirus: The planet

Could the coronavirus actually be saving lives in some parts of the world because of reduced pollution?

Hey, we might come out of this thing happier and much wiser!


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