Nessa Clark

100 Days of Staying the Hell Home in 2020: #HashtagsOfCovid19

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When the country started shutting down because the coronavirus pandemic took over, life got . . . cozy. Staying home and shredding old bills and boarding passes became the highlight of the day. How many machines does it take to shred papers? Two. One to shred and one to vacuum up the mess. #scrapseverywhere One day turned into another, and another and another. #ssdd #samestuffdifferentdayShelter-in-place, social distancing and donning face masks became the norm. Sheri White began posting a Top 10 list of happenings during the first days, never imagining it (the virus, stay-at-home, or the lists) would stretch out to 100 days.The “new normal” is still not normal, but a chuckle-laden (and refreshingly inspiring) review of the not-so-distant past of when it all began can help you cope. 100 Days of Staying the Hell Home in 2020 may be just what the doctor ordered. #noswabs #washyourhandsThe personal and universal journey is one we’re still all on. Take a break, grab your favorite beverage, and settle in with a good book. This one. #youwontregretit #buyacopyforallyourfriends #thanksforreading

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