After having to mostly be away from family and friends for the Fall and Winter holidays in 2020, I'm sure we're all thrilled to finally be able to celebrate with loved ones once again this year. But we all have to remember to not get crazy with it yet—we have to be careful for a little while longer.
So to make everything easier for us, I suggest we “baby-step” back into the holidays this season.
After the full examination, my dentist told me I should really be wearing a night guard for several reasons. I grind my teeth at night and grit them often during the day, and all that can lead to cracked teeth and receding gums, not to mention headaches, as well. I had used a guard many moons ago, but was not up on the topic anymore. And when I found-out how expensive ones from a dentist are, I panicked.
So I consulted a few pals, and a trusted one recommended ClearClub for a wonderful and affordable product.
We hope that all of our customers are adhering to CDC guidelines and being as careful as possible (wearing a mask whenever you go out, washing your hands often for at least 20 seconds, etc.); that said, life these days is nothing if not unpredictable. Even those who believe they have taken every precaution have occasionally caught the coronavirus, so we thought it would be a good idea to put together a short list of things to do if it happens to you; and things to do to remain sane should you be fortunate enough not to become very sick, but still have to quarantine until you are no longer contagious.
In prior years, avoiding family and the whirlwind of cooking all day sounded like a dream at times. Though most of us have been separated from loved ones so much already this year, having to forgo holiday gatherings feels like an additional stressor when in fact, socially-distanced Thanksgiving festivities presents a ton of opportunities to do something different, be inventive and make lemonade out of lemons. Here are some ideas to get you started...