Many people use New Year's Eve as a day for dreaming up what they want the next year to be like. And it's a good day to begin to make solid plans, when you haven't done so, already.
I got you started a couple of days early, with several of this past week's posts, and here's one more bit of planning you might want to do before 2021 arrives...
“We could pay for a package right now to cover all of the lost wages for individual workers, for losses to small companies, to medium-sized companies or city, state, county governments.” Dr. Michael Osterholm told Yahoo Finance Live on Nov. 11. “If we did that, then we could lockdown for four to six weeks and if we did that, we could drive the numbers down.”
In response to what Biden advisor, Michael Osterholm referred to as a COVID hell, he suggested a 4-6 week paid lockdown, which he says would slow down the spread of the virus.
Whether or not this idea ever becomes a national directive, the alarming rise in new COVID cases is likely to lead to a return to restrictions of some kind, and those who can quarantine themselves would certainly be free to do so.
If you decided to do so, what would be on your wish list to have plenty of during the super-long staycation?
My Top Ten Wish List
Here's what I would want...
-a relaxed reading allowance on Scribd, instead of them hiding some of the books I have chosen because I have cross the line in some mysterious way and read too fast or too much. You listening, Scribd?
-streaming Internet with subscriptions to Hulu, PBS, BBC and a classic movie channel.
-a cozy capsule to wear at home.
-a variety of tasty teas and Torano syrups to make them even tastier. Have you tried them yet?
-new Hallmark and UPtv movies to watch each weekend.
-an introductory week of non-stop Christmas movies on Hallmark.
-new board games my son and I could play.
-a budget that would allow for groceries to be delivered & maybe a cookbook w/ new recipes to try.
-several new style, decorating and Christian/personal growth magazine subscriptions to magazines like Cottage Journal, Magnolia, Darling, Marie Claire and Real Simple.
-candles and other hygge coziness all around my home
What would be on your wish list?
7 Ideas for Planning a Lockdown Quarantine
Here are 7 suggestions for what to do or have if you plan to quarantine…
One: weekly planned online get-togethers with friends and family, set up in advance
Two: grocery delivery and a month of meal planning
Three: an up-to-date first aid kit & emergency numbers list
Four: comfy capsule, cleaned and organized in closet
Five: a planned project or books/movies to help prevent boredom and cabin fever
Six: whatever feels cozy to you, easily available in your home
Seven: planned family activities (movie nights, taco nights, etc.) for as many nights of the week as is possible.
Do you have any of these things already or still in place?
Want to read an article that will give you more information about this possibility? Click this link: COVID Lockdown Proposal.
Have a wonderful New Year's Eve! And thank you so much for being a part of my life this past year.
See you next year!
Hi, I'm Jeanine
Author, hygge lifestyle blogger & connoisseur of delight writing about how to create a hygge lifestyle, with hearthcraft, comfy capsule wardrobe tips and cozy home decorating ideas. More here.