This is the first week of my new redesigned company. CCHC Lifestyle Manager & Professional Organizer. When you come to this blog you have found a place where we accept EVERYONE. I am not color-blind, I see all the different beautiful colors of the world and have always been respectful, intrigued by cultures, nationalities as seen in the beauty of all colors. That is who we are here, if you share that vision . . . Welcome!
I will be posting music – it’s what gets me through the days. Along with organizational and design tips & tricks, I have over 20,000 hours of organizing and redesign skilled experience. I will also be posting articles of designs, color, spacial planning, and how to accomplish balance in a room. I will also share ideas of how you can have a home with purpose – clarity – comfort with a design that reflects your lifestyle.
We are a place of Respect – Kindness – Love for EVERYONE, if this sounds like a place you would like to hang out . . . . Come’on back!
With all that is going on TODAY, let’s rise up in our communities to do what is right for our neighbor, for our friend, for our family.
What we can do is “Rise Up” your little corner of the world – if everyone did that for their little corner of the world, what a world we would be!
Rise-Up against hate of ALL PEOPLE . . . . it states it in The Constitution, the first line says WE THE PEOPLE.
We the Peopleof the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.
This step has repeatedly been argued for and has found to be helpful in prevention of spreading the Coronavirus. In addition, the following steps should now be taken seriously:
2. Cough/sneeze into your elbow
Completely cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or a sleeve or flexed elbow when coughing or sneezing
Throw the used tissue into a closed bin immediately after use
Clean hands with soap and water or alcohol-based handrub after coughing or sneezing and when caring for the sick
3. Don’t touch your face
4. Stay more than 6 feet away from others
5. Stay the f&%k home . . . Especially, if you feel sick
The last three are self-explanatory. By touching your face, the pathogens have an easy chance to infect you if they have made it onto your hands. Face-touching is natural and often hard to avoid the behavior. This is why it is so important to wash your hands.