We've Got This - Day 9 Quarantine

Updated: Mar 29

#COVID19


I know we all have some fabulous grand plans to be somewhere right now.


Whether it be travelling and exploring new parts of the world, visiting your loved ones, spending time together, running the business you love or work for, or going to the gym.


We all need to take a step back.

Let us give the world some time to catch up, so health professionals are in a position to protect us. We need more time to get a handle on this unexpected challenge.


The best thing we can all do is to stay home, and this will not be forever.


The faster we all adopt this new way of living, we are providing our brave health care workers and system some relief.


Help those beautiful people putting their life at risk by not causing additional stress.


Rest in peace to all those we have already lost.


You are true heroes on the frontline.


It is simple, and this is not going anywhere until we all stay home, or we risk continuing losing all our precious peeps.


Worth a watch if you are trying to get a grip on Coronavirus. Check out this new video from the World Health Organisation

We will all reach the other side and will resume life as we know it, hopefully with a new appreciation of life.


Let us all fight this together around the globe, and we will win together.


Has it never been as important as now to connect with everyone and just check-in and let them know you are thinking of them and are you ok?


Stay connected


We are very fortunate we all live in the time of social media and the world is very connected. Many countries are going through tremendous heartbreak and need everyone's support.


This isolation is new to us all, and we don't know when it will be over as this has all happened so fast, but I feel that if everyone sacrifices their version of freedom as they know it, we will beat this and our freedom will return.


Remember it is still ok to visit the grocery store to keep your thirst quenched with wine (or your chosen beverage) and food to help our ever-expanding waistlines, remember to keep your distance from others.


I know we might want to give another fellow human a big hug, especially if you are isolated somewhere on your own, but we need to wait until this is over, then you can hug as much as you want.


Massive gratitude to all the staff who are also risking their well-being and keeping us fed, it doesn't go unnoticed.


The sun still rises and sets.


Let us all take some comfort in this and how fortunate to experience this daily at home (for now).


Sending everyone virtual hugs (for now) and love during this time, be kind, stay home, strong and healthy.


We will see you all on the other side for a glass of champagne (ok for those that know me a few bottles!) 🍾🥂 😍