If there is one thing we can unequivocally agree on, it is that these times certainly feel unprecedented. The effect of the COVID-19 pandemic has been undeniably broad, impacting every level of society to some degree. However, as novel as it feels for many of us, I am reminded of this quote from American playwright Eugene O’Neill: “There is no present or future- only the past, happening over and over again-now.”
I tend to use Google a lot. Every time something interesting pops into my head, I Google! Recently, I came across an interesting stat about the amount of time we spend at work. I‘ve read several stats that say the average person spends more time at work than at home.
Changes happen all around us every day. Some changes we can control while others we can’t. It’s weird when you think about it because no one likes change. Once you get into a habit of doing things, you tend to stick to that habit because you feel that it is the best way to do things. Naturally, with change comes fear. The biggest fear is learning how to do something differently.
For football fans, it really doesn’t get any better than this time of year. As summer winds down, we head straight into the best five months on the calendar. The anticipation of each weekend grows larger and larger as fall slowly turns into winter. Friday night lights, Saturday afternoon and night college football, and of course the best day of a football weekend, NFL Sunday.