The Coronavirus And Us

There’s a lot going on these days with the impact the Coronavirus has been having on society at large. It’s tough to say how we will eventually come out of this as a society, but it’s safe to say that normal after this will not be exactly like how it was before the Coronavirus set foot upon our shores.

There are many issues surrounding how people are behaving at the moment. The chief amongst them is stress – there are many people handling the stress of this unknown situation very differently – either by acting out, attempting grandiose self improvement, and more.

Some people are buying life insurance at record levels – the new company Sproutt (check out this Sproutt life insurance review) offers an easy way to get life insurance based on how healthy you are – if you have a healthier lifestyle you qualify for better rates. It’s an attempt at offering more than a one size fits all approach to life insurance policies.

Working from home brings its own strengths and weaknesses. It’s tough to maintain concentration at home and one begins to start looking for other things to do besides work. Oh that vacuuming you’ve been putting off? Perfect. Arranging all the loose photos into albums? So fun! Even jigsaw puzzles have seen such a resurgence that many companies are completely sold out.

Those that have been designated to work from home are finding it may not be their cup of tea. Others want to continue to do this for the rest of their lives. It’s very split. Some people see the need for office working because bringing people together inspires collaboration. But others are advocating for a split solution – work from home some days, and come in others.

There are many people like me who are enjoying life without so much pollution, traffic, and other hazards of modern life. It’s been a supreme pleasure to drive wherever I want whenever I want without having to sit in the endless traffic that Southern California has. I love that more animals have decided to come out – I have seen quite a bit of nature that I don’t normally see on a daily basis.

I think it’s great that people are getting back in touch with their “roots” – nature, down time, and more time to pursue passion projects. I really think our country should stick with certain aspects of this lockdown. I definitely think we will come out on the other side of this pandemic with certain things changed for the better!

Not the least of which is hopefully the end of this current administration, which has been an abomination from the start. It’s starting to look more and more that Trump is losing his grip on the right except for the very very crazy. But that’s an issue for another time. If we can simply opt for more green incentives for businesses and keep more cars off the road with work from home incentives then this will really help out society as a whole.

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