What’s your why?

You know, having the right motivation behind your actions is really critical. It’s been helpful to me in this time of quarantine just to think of why I’m doing this; to think of someone who you love, who is immunocompromised or who is older, whose life you might be saving by being part of the solution. This simple act puts love behind what we’re doing. So I ask you: If it’s really difficult for you being a young, healthy person at home and you know that, statistically, this virus isn’t really going to hurt you, try putting a post-it on your wall or mirror with the name of someone that you love – like a grandparent – who you’re doing this for. 

Love changes everything. Let it change you.

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