Summer Fun and Social Distancing
All this hunkering down and social distancing can be damaging to your mental wellbeing. No longer can we go to the local bars to drink, dance, and hangout. Going to a movie is off the table and we do not leave home to attend work anymore. The isolation can have devasting effects on those suffering from depression and other mental disorders. Although things are opening up slowly, there is the 6ft rule and wearing a mask over our mouth and nose while in a public place for safety. Feelings of longing for how it used to be is even stronger because summer is approaching. Vacation is farfetched this year, so is getting our tents out the garage and heading to the campgrounds. How are these activities possible with our current situation?
Things will be a little different this year, to say the least. Family cookouts and neighborhood bar-b-q’s seem like a lifestyle of the past. Afterall how does one socialize and remain 6ft apart? Memorial Day and the 4th of July are going to be an event to remember no doubt. It is still possible to enjoy the holidays despite the confusion and turmoil around the world. Hiking and fishing our great if your interest is solitude and being out in the fresh air. Keep in mind where there is a will, there is a way to make this summer enjoyable. By making sure there is something fun to do for all family members and small groups at your gathering. Tents set up in the back yard, an above ground pool and badminton are sure to delight all in attendance. Go ahead fire up our grill, get out the card table and chairs make this a summer to remember. At this time in history, we are creating our new normal, being with family and living life is the goal. If you order today, your pool and swing set is sure to at your doorstep by the 4th of July.