During the days of a pandemic . . .
The days stretch before us, and we can’t see the when the end is coming. The uncertainty and danger can cause great anxiety. When you add the restrictions of staying at home, loss of income, we can be in a world of turmoil. Besides — who has all the toilet paper????
As I prepared for a grief seminar in February I created a checklist for wellness and self-care to use when a person is grieving. As our confined days have turned into weeks, I find that I need more structure to my day, more words from God’s Word, and reminders to take care of myself. I offer these checklists here. You can download them print them off to place in a spot where you will be reminded of First Things First.
A Wellness Check is making sure you are doing the important things to keep yourself healthy in body and spirit. A Self-Care Check reminds you to be sure you are refilling in some creative way. Spring Cleaning is not for everyone, but I know some folks who feel so much better when a closet is reorganized! You can download the file for the wellness card in the link below the cards.