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  • Writer's pictureNatalie Jenkins


Have you ever considered the definition of change? A quick google search will tell you this:

Change /CHānj/

verb: make or become different; take or use another instead of

noun: the act or instance of making or becoming different; coins as opposed to paper currency

Over the past couple of months, due to COVID-19, we all have experienced some form of change or a lot of change. Unfortunately, in many cases change that we had no control of. Many of us were forced to quarantine at home, some lost jobs, some have lost loved ones… all of these things leave us feeling like we have “less” or can do less.

So what do we do with change? Similar to cash or your change in coins, we take what is left and do something with it. That choice of what you do with what you have left is even more important when you have less of it. Your choice to invest it, spend it or give it, is what you can control.

That being said, my 2 cents:

  1. Be thoughtful about the choices you make, whether it's money or your behavior. Before you do anything, consider whether or not it's worth your time, energy, money and whether it is the right choice. Make choices that will change for the better.

  2. Invest in whatever “little” you have left. Love the ones around you if you’ve lost someone, use the extra time while you are at home to take care of yourself, and invest some of your unemployment, relief or extra pennies you have.

Sometimes we just need to listen to our heart, be smart with the choices we make and well, in my opinion, listen to a good tune to get through.

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