I hope this email finds you all well. As we move through this very interesting time, I want to be sure I am keeping you all up to date as possible. After the announcement this week from Governor Abbott, Texas is slowly trying to get back to normal opening businesses and helping us get back to work.
What that means for us. As of now, We will be able to open after May 1st and we will continue to stick to this timeline unless we are told otherwise. If you are receiving confirmation emails and text messages please disregard them. We are not canceling appointments so we have a reference on who to reschedule when the time comes.
Here are a few tips you can use to take care of yourself:
-Fuel your body by eating a healthy, well-balanced diet and drinking plenty of water.
-Aim to get seven to eight hours of sleep each night.
-Exercise every day and stretch often.
-Spend time outside, such as going for a walk in the park, but follow social distancing guidelines.
-Set and maintain a routine at home.
Especially if you are not working.
-Focus on things you can control.
Be grateful for what you do have.
-Use technology to maintain social connections with your loved ones. Consider a regular check-in schedule to give you something to look forward to.
Zoom has been a great resource for me.
-Listen to music or read books.
-Consume reliable news sources that report facts, and avoid media that sensationalizes emotions. Limit your exposure or take a break from news and social media if you find that it makes you anxious.
-Lean on your personal beliefs and faith for support.
-Look for ways to help your community. Check on older people in your neighborhood, donate supplies or money to local organizations if you are able to.
-Acknowledge and appreciate what others are doing to help you and your community.
I miss you all so much and I look forward to catching up with you all again soon!
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