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Finding Grounding & Gratitude in Signs of Spring: Article from POST

As COVID-19 continues to spread, it is easy to feel disheartened and anxious about the state of our world. There is a lot of scary information in the news, without a lot of positivity or hopefulness. However, it is important to remember that there is still good in the world and there are small reasons to stay positive as life continues on in spite of the pandemic.

A recent article from Marti Tedesco, Chief Marketing Officer at Peninsula Open Space Trust (POST) shared how she practices gratitude as she observes signs of Spring. She talks about blooming flowers, hummingbirds buzzing along, and how taking time to appreciate nature has been helping her to stay grounded when things feel out of control.

It’s important to find things that help you stay grounded during this time. Whether it’s video chatting with loved ones, reading a good book, or taking a walk to appreciate nature, we encourage you to be thoughtful and intentional about taking care of yourself during these uncertain times.

Click here to read the article on the POST website.

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