Social distancing doesn’t mean social isolation. Here’s why you should stay in touch with those you know and love.

 

Since I’ve been working from home over the last several weeks, I’ve had more time to spend playing with the kids. Every time I’m outside and I see one of the neighbors, we walk to the ends of our driveways and have a conversation across the street. That’s had me thinking: Social distancing doesn’t mean social isolation; it just means physical distancing. Today I want to talk about the importance of remaining social during the pandemic, even if that means remotely. To hear more, watch the short video above.