The Social Distancing Mug
The #socialdistancing Mug
We made this one not because we do not believe in the absolute seriousness of the situation and responsibility that this Pandemic raises but because people need to find some levity over the next two to three months. We have watched as folks in our community have both practiced and yet found optimism despite the impending questions of quarantines and isolations and we believe this is immensely important.
Plus, we're fairly certain the first-morning cup of coffee during a pandemic probably also calls for social distancing.
Here are some ideas for creativity and fun during this pandemic:
- Go out for a hike, a walk, or a run! Isolation does not mean that you have to stay inside the four walls of your house for two months.
- Books. Read books. Especially if you think that you hate reading...You'll learn.
- Practice giving each other haircuts. It's fun!
- Plant a garden. Seriously, plant a garden. You may need it so you don't starve.
- Learn a new craft -- drawing, painting, sowing, shuffle boarding, knife throwing (kidding).
- Get some Drinklings coffee and make some unique home drinks!
- Make a Corona baby! (But only if you're married and live together...in every other case, practice not making babies!)
- Look for places to give to that need relief and support. 100% of the profits of each and every one of these #socialdistancing mugs will go to support World Vision's Coronavirus Emergency Response but there are many other organizations here in the U.S. and abroad that are going to need your support. Give first!
- Meditate. Practice mindfulness. Practice reflection and introspection. This will be a very emotional and trying time for millions of us. Let us come out better for it.
- Love one another.
As noted, 100% of the profits of this mug will go to World Vision's Coronavirus Emergency Response. We are a small outfit, however, and as a small business who is going to work hard to make it through this time, we do ask unashamedly that you consider buying a second mug or a bag of small-batch roasted coffee as well. This helps us survive beyond this.