RSU 18 Lifestyle
Tuesday Me-Time, 4/13/2021: Vaccines and Vacation
Since so many of our staff members are getting their second jab today, and many of our community members may be getting their shots over the next few weeks, we thought we would put together a little COVID Vaccine self-care for you.
Want to make sure you’ve got all your ducks in a row? Here are 9 Ways to Prepare for Your COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment.
According to physicians, having some kind of reaction to the vaccine is a good sign that it’s working, but that doesn’t mean side effects are fun. Here are some tips and tricks if you aren’t feeling your best after your shot.
If you’re one of the lucky ones who doesn’t experience any side effects after your shot, don’t worry. We’ve got a little reassurance for you.
There is a lot of peace of mind that comes from being fully vaccinated, but there are a lot of questions as well. We
turn to the WHO for answers.
We’re hoping that everyone on our staff and in our community ends up feeling better than ever after their 2nd vaccine dose, but if you are feeling under the weather. Try this.
The other thing on everyone’s mind this week is, of course, April vacation! If you’re venturing out of our fair state this week, Mr. Gartley helpfully added the travel guidelines to the most recent RSU 18 update. We wish you safe travels. If you’re sticking close to home for the week, here are some things to check out!
If you’re from here, you may not be familiar with this great resource from the Maine Department of Tourism.
Have a fantastic week and a great vacation! We’ll see you after the break.