Our Plan A may not always be our best solution at this time. What does that mean? For some, it doesn’t change anything, but for others, it temporarily changes everything.
The US Government is doing everything they can to support us. In addition to that, and for those who feel the need to try and bring additional income in, or replace short-term lost income, below are some possible ideas to help you find your Plan B, C, and maybe even D options:
- Call your local restaurants and see if they need delivery drivers
- Sign up with Door Dash, Grub Hub, PostMates and other delivery services
- Contact your local grocery stores or their corporate websites to see if they have openings for stock clerks
- Contact the major delivery service companies such as UPS and FedEx to see if they have openings for drivers, packers, dispatchers, inventory control agents, etc.
- Contact the Red Cross or your local blood bank to see if they are in need of blood donations
- Go online to the following job search and assistance sites to see what opportunities are available right now:
- facebook.com (the main menu scroll down to Jobs)
During these uncertain times, we must all come together and support one another any way we can. A kind word, an encouraging story or even a simple prayer can make all of the difference.
So much is not within our control right now and that makes many worried and anxious. Pick up the phone and check in on each other. Share one of those kind words or encouraging stories. Pray for and with each other.
Your mental health is just as important as your physical health. Ask yourself, do you feel alone? Do you feel scared? Worried? Anxious? We have the technology to stay in touch, even during what may seem our worst days. Take care of each other and yourselves. We are all in this together and must remain calm, resolved and hopeful for the future. It will be okay again. We, here at The Hair Society, truly believe that and are here to support you in any way we can.
Contributing Editor, Lisa Marie Stewart, has 40 plus years of writing, marketing, creative development, Editor-in-Chief, and Creative Director experience. Initially studying journalism and English, and ultimately received a Business Administration and Management B.S. degree with honors.
Ms. Stewart has authored, managed and directed teams at Fortune 500 companies to create corporate policies and procedures, human resource guides, emergency preparedness manuals, technical instructions, articles, newsletters, internal company magazines, retail store transition instruction guides, change orders, year-end financial brochures, website content, social media blogs, and posts.
Additionally, Lisa hosts her own YouTube channel entitled: Living My Best Life