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  • How To Protect Yourself From Germs at the Grocery Store

    We need to be doing more than wiping down the cart handle. So here are 10 tips created by Food Network to try and stay protected from germs while at the grocery store.Wipe down your shopping cart.Most germs are transmitted by human hands and the first thing you will touch is the shopping cart.If non-disposable, clean your shopping bags when you get home.Your resusable bags have most likely touched many things in the store. Remember to wash then when you’re done using them.Examine your produce.Bu...

  • Houseparty!

    Have a ‘Houseparty’ with your friends and family!Houseparty is an app you can download to connect with your friends and family.1. Download the app.2. Sign up/ sign in3.

  • #WorkoutWednesday Activities!

    1. Play soccer.All you need is some open space and a ball. Designate whatever is available as goals, then kick the ball around.Don’t worry about being terrible at the game – as long as you and your family are having fun, it really doesn’t matter how bad you are. 2.

  • Which of these 57 activities will you do for #TurntUpTuesday?

    We want to see you try something different during this shelter in place quarantine! Post a picture on social media doing one of these 57 activities using hashtags #DDCO and #TurntUpTuesday so we can be a small part of your day!1. Watch all the really long movies you’ve avoided until now.2.

  • Speaking of Psychology/ Coronavirus Anxiety

    Coronavirus Anxiety:"This new illness certainly is frightening and needs attention, but it’s important to note that far more people die from an illness that’s all too familiar — the seasonal flu. Baruch Fischhoff, PhD, is a professor at Carnegie Mellon University and an expert on public perception of risk and human judgment and decision-making. He explains why we worry about new risks more than familiar ones, how to calm our anxiety and what are the psychological effects o...

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