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Three Short Lessons I Learned From Rving That Can Be Applied to the Corona Virus

March 14, 2020


I learned some valuable lessons from RVing that are helping me panic less in this time of Corona virus.

1. Pay attention to the conditions around you. You might save your life. Traveling in an RV, it might be the person with the overloaded trailer weaving in front of you. In CoronaWorld, it’s the person coughing into their hand and then using the door handle you’re about to use. It’s better to open it with a tissue and look like Howard Hughes than to spend two weeks in quarantine.

2. You can redefine “necessary.” You need so much less than you think you do. Hunker down. Look out the window. Make some calls you have been putting off. Enjoy what you have. Say a little prayer of gratitude. You’ll feel better.

3. The best thing about being human is being adaptable. Adapt. If you run out of milk for your coffee, bust out that can of coconut milk gathering dust in the pantry. Trader Joe’s doesn’t need you today, trust me.

Be well, my friends. Be kind. We can do this.

  1. Annie Peterson permalink
    March 14, 2020 08:57

    Thank you Sue Bob. Stay safe!

  2. March 14, 2020 09:07

    Right on!

    • March 15, 2020 07:45

      I learned a thing or two about a thing or two 🙂

  3. March 14, 2020 10:18

    Thank you

    • March 15, 2020 07:45

      I was going to say “Hug” but a respectful bow will have to do.

  4. March 14, 2020 10:59

    Live this. Especially the second one.

    • March 15, 2020 07:46

      That was the main learning of this trip…I could do with so much less.

  5. Gail permalink
    March 14, 2020 11:40

    Great advise Sue. I am hunkering down!

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