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In each contest, our intention is always to help others learn from or simply relate, feeling less alone and more supported.
Sharing is caring, so in addition to wearing your masks, staying home if you're sick, and maintaining social distancing, sharing what you've learned can dramatically help a fellow Rhode Islander. The Coronavirus Pandemic has affected us all differently, yet it has affected us all. If you have figured something out, found a way to manage stress or feel good about Back-to-School or positively engage your children or console an anxious friend or find an inspiration or insight .... it's all good (great, actually!). It all matters and can have a dramatic impact on others. Every one of us needs encouragement and inspiration.
When we share, we learn from each other; we help each other; we become stronger, together.
We invite the kids to share as well!
If your kiddos have found ways to adjust, to be ok, to be even better than ok, we'd like to hear those stories and inspirations as well. Any child who shares their experience(s), ideas(s), and positive, infectious attitude will be entered into a regular drawing to win one of many prizes! (And they surely deserve it!!)
We'll post all of your suggestions right here (as well as where it's appropriate throughout StaySafeRhodeIsland.com.
SO VERY MUCH!
Please visit the CONTACT page to send your thoughts and ideas.
"I find it helpful to let go of the things I can't change and put my energy in areas where I can be impactful. This chart (found it online) helps as a reminder - I hope you find it helpful too!" - Eric S., Wyoming, RI
"I make sure that I spend at least 15 minutes feeling the sunshine every day, the brightness and the heat. It's energizing. So is daily exercise. I've also learned to set boundaries and let my family members know when I need some time to myself and they respect that at least 70% of the time. Hahaha. Oh yeah, keeping a sense of humor is important too!"
- Susan Hadley, Exeter, RI
"This was (and is) a perfect time to adopt a dog (any age - we adopted a puppy). Most people are home more and having a new member of the family at home makes it more fun for everyone. Go visit your local shelter!"
- Sam & Mackey, Richmond, RI