Now

January 7, 2022

Right at this moment omicron is dominating many of the discussions I’m having with clients. For some it feels like it’s back to the drawing board, revisiting decisions they felt they’d already made. We’re all exhausted.

I do have hope that we are going to get better at this, the rise and fall of cases and learning to be flexible as we spend the next few years (I think years) learning how to live through a pandemic. I wish our systems were as flexible as we all have to be as individuals but I don’t see as much reinvention as it seems like we need. 

This shift to long-term thinking would have been discouraging to me in spring/summer of 2020 but I guess I’ve moved to the acceptance stage in the grief that is living through a pandemic.

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