Coronavirus, Quarantine and Hidden Opportunity




Amidst the pandemic of Coronavirus (COVID-19), forget the usual French toast emergency groceries -- eggs, milk and bread -- people are hoarding hand sanitizer, Clorox wipes and toilet paper.  I'm a bit confused about the latter, but ... there it is.

Don't be overwhelmed by fear.  Use your time at home to renew, revive and grow.  Instead of binge-watching Netflix, do something productive and beneficial.  The temporary halt of business as usual due to the COVID-19 pandemic is the perfect time to organize your home, clean out the garage, take an online class, read a book or two, or travel virtually.

Harvard University offers free online classes. Click the link below for the listings:


Twelve famous museums from around the world offer virtual tours. Thus, you can travel the world from the comfort of your own couch.


Staying home for two weeks will be hard enough, so there's no need to make things worse by whining or complaining.  In 1665, when Cambridge University closed because of the plague, Sir Isaac Newton worked from home and discovered calculus and the laws of motion.  In 2020, embrace this opportunity to create or discover something, too.




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