Last year on Memorial Day weekend I wrote to you about the value of a vacation – mentally, physically, and professionally. This year, a normal vacation is likely not in the cards, even as states begin re-opening.
But there are ways to expand your ‘quarantine bubble’. By thinking through the risks and taking precautions, you can enjoy time outdoors with family.
It’s like a financial strategy. Set goals, short, medium and long term, then, with experts, create a strategy that will help achieve them. That continues to be my priority as we navigate these uncertain times.
Wishing you a happy, safe, and healthy Memorial Day weekend.
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