The stress of COVID-19 has taken its toll on essentially everyone I know. Its impact has no boundaries and reaches through every aspect of our society. There should be a stronger word than “Pandemic Fatigue” such as “Pandemic Exhaustion”, but even that doesn’t do it justice. My colleagues and I in the healthcare system are definitely…
E – X – A – U – S – T – E – D!!
Our energy and patience (i.e., our “internal batteries”) are at critically low levels when dealing with treating people with COVID-19, particularly those who are unvaccinated and refuse to wear a mask.
We find ourselves walking in a stressed, overwhelmed and overworked stupor, often too tired to talk – with our batteries drained, leaving us with minimal energy or desire to continue. But there is a light at the end of this seemingly endless “tunnel”!
We, as individuals and as a society, now have the tools to recharge our batteries and can make an individual choice to:
Wear our mask!
Wash our hands!
I believe we should work together and that these critically important messages should resonate with every human on this planet.
Realizing that I was not the only one who felt that our message is valuable, we created a line of T-shirts that can do the talking for us. All of our messages are coupled with attractive illustrations that alone, can convey our messages to everyone, regardless of level of literacy.
If a T-shirt is not your style, we offer cups, mugs, and stickers too! It’s never too late inform or remind everyone that each and every one of us needs to do our part to bring an end to COVID-19.
The added bonus is that ALL of the proceeds of these products will be donated to our WipeDiseases Foundation to advance our mission to improve the lives of patients!!!
Please let us know if you’re interested in purchasing one or more of these products by dropping a note in the comments section or sending me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will have order forms within the next few weeks.
Thank you and together, we can recharge our batteries and end this pandemic.