Greetings! I trust that this will find you well and staying strong.
I like you am confronted with a major dose of change and I must admit it’s taken me a little while to come around. Words and realities that are prominent right now for me are adjust, adapt and accept. And you know what after a little reflection, I’ve come to recognize that these realities are not all bad and a certain amount of the imposed adjusting, adapting and accepting is actually good for me. And in fact, I can make the best of this time and use it to advance if I choose. For instance, I can’t swim laps now because the health club is closed but I can dust off my bike, oil it up and ride and I can walk more in my neighborhood. And I may not be able to do anything about the economy or the markets right now, but I can make sure that I do all I can to organize my affairs if they need attention. And since I’m restricted in movement, I can spend a bit more time on devotional and reflection on my spiritual life. I’m determined to come out of this challenge better because of it. How about you?
Subscribing to the old adage that laughter is the best medicine I’m attaching a little humor from my Tupelo sister to lighten the load.
If you have questions about anything financial in your world call me and we’ll figure it out.
Jeff Christian CFP, CRPC