Friday, July 03, 2020

How the Big Wheels Handle the Small Things

Here's an interesting article about how Anthony Fauci and five other health specialists handle the ordinary things we are all dealing with -- masks, hair cuts, dinner invitations, cleaning their houses, etc. Of course, they're all big-time professionals so most of them have cleaners who come in, but still it's interesting how they handle it. Fauci does most of his own grocery shopping, for example.

Kudos to the reporter or editor who came up with this excellent article idea.

"How Fauci, 5 other health specialists deal with covid-19 risks in their everyday lives," by Marlene Cimons, Washington Post, July 3, 2020.

My own hair has never been this long before, even in high school. I'm going to start hacking away at it with scissors, I've decided, at least on the sides. It's become a real bird's nest.

What are your problems?

1 comment:

Thomas said...

I've been cutting my own hair since februari. If you cut a little each time you can keep it reasonably even. This comic is somewhat useful to figure out how much you need to cut each day to keep up: