Hey friends! I know it’s been a minute. I had surgery at the beginning of March. It was daunting and scary, but I’m all good now. (Maybe I’ll blog about this at a later time.) As I’ve been working to get back into a normal routine, everything around me has changed significantly in the wake of the pandemic. Normal doesn’t seem to exist anymore. So like the rest of the world, I’m trying to define my new normal.
I know many of you are thinking about how to stay sane during this time, how to make ends meet or simply how to stay connected with family and friends. Here are a few resources to help that may help:
*Disclaimer: The majority of resources apply to people living in the United States.
Finances are the biggest pain point for many of us. I know the news on these topics can be extremely confusing. I found the articles below to be very clear and transparent.
Here’s what to do if you worry you won’t be able to pay your rent next month (link)
It’s April 1 — here’s what you need to know about paying your rent or mortgage (link)
Most student loan payments are suspended. Here's what you need to know. (link)
The Job Search, Networking and the Evolving Job Market
If you’re concerned about job security and the future of your career, these resources should provide some insights for career planning and jumping into your search right away.
Your Career and Coronavirus - The Biggest Opportunities for Entrepreneurs & Professionals (link)
Coronavirus Career Advice: 27 Best Work From Home And Remote Jobs (link)
Coronavirus AND Your Career: How To Effectively Network During A Quarantine (link)
Supporting Others Financially
We’re all in this together! While many of us don’t have disposable income, there are some free or low-cost ways we can help others financially.
How to use your credit card rewards to donate to coronavirus relief (link)
Join, donate, or pay for workout classes you gym instructors are hosting online.
Order from a local restaurant once a week to support the employees and the delivery folks that drop it off at your house.
Please share this information with others and use the comments section to share more resources.
Thanks for stopping by!