Hug Your Chicken

When you walk into the supermarket and there is nothing left on the shelves it’s very hard not to panic. When you are told to stop hugging. When you are told to isolate yourself from the outside world, that too, makes it really hard not to freak out. When you aren’t getting good information or enough information, it is anxiety-inducing. The world feels like a really scary place right now. We are all becoming afraid of each other and while I understand the need to protect yourself and your family—I urge you to not stop thinking about your fellow humans and your community. I want to stress the need to stay positive and believe in something good that is just around the corner.

Click the link below and take a look at today’s video about something I think is missing from our community during this Pandemic that has taken over our world.

I know it’s scary, guys, I am not immune (pun intended) to the pandemic of fear, nor the actual Coronavirus, but a few things that I have found that have helped me in the last few days as it seems the panic has started to ratchet up are: meditating, the Wim Hof method of breathing (which helps you focus and also helps your immune system stay strong–but please watch a tutorial or use the app that guides you through it otherwise it can make you lightheaded…please use caution), staying in touch with family and friends, journaling and focusing on a joyful present and future.

Have a great weekend and be safe lovelies. XOXO, CAMDW

  • THIS IS SUCH GOOD ADVICE!!! It is beyond scary out there (although I guess there is no “out there”, only “in here;” but it is still scary…. If we stay positive, centered and keep our immune system up and running then that has to help…… and listening to you always helps!! Thank you for these, D. D.