One piece of advice is to spend the money, enjoy the thrill of a new thing, support your local business, save jobs, keep people employed, though it may mean potentially risking the lives of others.
Another school of thought says that we should spend wisely and prudently, making careful decisions on a case-by-case basis.
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As shopping for non-essentials becomes a luxury, our old habits of ordering whatever we want, whenever we feel like ordering, is now making many of us feel guilty.
Brands are eager to restart the economy and are putting on great deals for us, and many crippled businesses might need our support too.
There are many factors that pose a dilemma about whether to dive into the running economy again or just stick to essentials.
There are now many things to consider before ordering something:
This seems to be the new mantra among the responsible people who are worried about themselves and their families. Large supply chains have a greater chance of transmitting diseases. Small shops also need our business to survive this catastrophe.
These small shops are also trying very hard to follow all CDC recommendations regarding protective gear and social distancing.
People working in bad and dangerous conditions deserve their paychecks, with this unique crisis hurting many families in untold ways. There is a need for all to recognize the work of labor, and support them in every way possible, as they are risking their lives for our benefit.
Even tough we are today living in a world where everybody is virtually connected to everybody, there seems to be a serious issue with people actually succeeding to connect with each other.
The reason why this is happening is quite simple: individuals who have trust issues and who do not love themselves find it difficult to openly express their feelings. And, while social media is full of people who have a great amount of likes and followers, real friendships are becoming more and more rare.
While most of us believe that happiness is the key to a long and healthy life, meaning first and foremost a life without stress, recent studies have shown that actually, it is emotional diversity that enables us to live longer and healthier rather than happiness itself.
This means that it is better to experience a wider range of positive emotions rather than just happiness alone.