Coronavirus Quarantine Time

We had an excellent virtual seminar on Monday. For those of you who participated, thank you! It was great to have you as part of the presentation. I also want to extend a special thanks to Wework, Washington D.C. for sponsoring the event.

As we settle into a period of extended social isolation, I wanted to share some ideas of ways to stay connected. Here are some ideas I found enjoyable.

1. Go on a virtual tour of some of our national parks. This is a great time to do a virtual tour of our national parks. You could use this time to plan a real trip for the future.

2. Take a free cooking class online. Since restaurants and bars are closed, you’ll be preparing more meals at home. There’s no better time to take a cooking class, especially when it’s free.

3. Play your favorite board games online. I love board games. Clue, monopoly, and scrabble are all available now through free or low-cost apps so you can stay connected with family and friends.

Now that you have some extra time, I encourage you to pick up copies of my books The Money Mission and Tax Saving Strategies. There’s no better time to prepare for your financial future and educate yourself. Since the tax filing deadline was extended to July 15th, you have more time to save on taxes, too.

Stay safe this weekend, and I’ll talk to you again very soon.

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