Hawaii Mom Blog: Navigating the New World




June 26, 2020

Navigating the New World

Dine-in has started, businesses have re-opened, and travel restrictions will soon be lessened even more. We are still far from “normal,” and it is not time to become complacent.  As much as I want to see my friends and other family members, we are still playing it safe - for the most part.

I still haven’t gone to the grocery store, but I have traveled inter-island for work.  We still haven’t visited grandparents or great grandparents, but I have dined-in for a media event.

I find it still very hard to navigate the new world.  I wish I could dine out more and travel more.  But I know I should still be very cautious.  I was always one to practice JOMO, but I find myself sometimes having FOMO these days, as I see friends out and about.

We all can only do what we feel is right.  Every action comes with some amount of risk.

Are you still sheltering in place? What “normal” activities have you resumed?

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