Practicing these basic principles can help us to remain our best, no matter what is taking place in the world around us.
New Year’s resolutions are a time for reflection and examining ways to improve ourselves. If 2020 has taught us anything, it’s the need to care for ourselves physically, emotionally and mentally.
The year 2020 has proven to be like no other we have experienced. With the ongoing pandemic, our lives have been flipped upside down and altered with an abundance of precautions.
The COVID-19 pandemic has worn on families mentally, physically and emotionally. As parents, how we cope with challenges becomes a blueprint for how our children will handle adversity in the future. Learning and practicing healthy habits and coping skills is important from an early age.
As children in Northeast Mississippi return to school for the first time since mid-March, when buildings closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, things will be different when they walk through the doors. From daily temperature checks to eating lunch in the classroom, children will have a lot of changes to adjust to.