What I Love This Week

Helpful links about handling coronavirus
James waiting to go outside

My weekly roundup post title seems a little silly this week. There isn’t a lot to love about the news right now. I hope everyone is staying as safe as possible and doing their best in dealing with the new reality of social distancing. While we are all spending more time at home and find ourselves glued to our computers and phones, I figured I’d share some links I found particularly helpful this week.

I hope everyone is staying as safe and healthy as possible. If you work in healthcare or one of the critical industries that keep our society functioning, I am so thankful. I will be sharing recipes made from pantry staples, easy baked goods you can make with your kids, my pregnancy updates, and advice on working from home in the coming days and weeks. If you have specific kinds of recipes or posts you are interested in please let me know!

Links Worth Reading

The how-to of social distancing

A Yale professor shared this infographic explaining the importance of social distancing and herd immunity:

Store, don’t hoard: how to create functional food storage

How to clean and disinfect yourself, your home, and your stuff

How to order takeout safely and ethically

Guide to working out while working from home

Tips to safeguard your mental health during quarantine

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One thought on “What I Love This Week

  1. Kathleen

    I loved your cookbook, and after reading it was delighted to see you with a beautiful new baby! Now I understand you are expecting again. Congratulations! You seem such a dear person, it actually makes me happy to see you happy. Do take care of yourself and your family. Sounds like you will stay home and that’s a good idea. Your website is great, your recipes are terrific, and keep posting. Oh, and your baby is adorable!

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