Lessons from Shelter-in-Place
Updated: Oct 6
The Hit List - Lists to inspire.
“It’s made me realize how little time I actually have with my kids as kids. My oldest started middle school, and I realized I only have six years with them in the house before they go to college. I’m focused more on valuing these experiences.”
– Jeff M.
“Take care of your body. That’s too important in this life. It can help you focus more on anything.”
– Satish D.
“I learned that my house gets really ignored. I’ve enjoyed remodeling, figuring out how to make every room somewhere I want to hang out in. I’ve also figured out the work-from-home model is effective. Probably the most sustainable change is that ABI will probably always have a hybrid model from now on.”
– Sophia J.
“Even though I’m very much introverted, my extroverted side misses people asking me to go out. My introverted side misses declining those offers.”
– Qavonte W.
“I miss not being able to shake someone’s hand or give someone a hug when I greet them. I feel like when I meet people not being able to touch that person means we didn’t full meet. Something is missing. It’s made me realize how important human touch is.”
– Forrest B.
“I’ve learned to value my time at work. I miss that contact, just talking to people, seeing people, having a couple of laughs.”
– Fiorella M.
“I’ve learned that I really, really like the person I married. You have to spend so much time with them. We have a lot of fun.”
– Dawn M.