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How to Show Your Appreciation during COVID-19

**This post is sponsored by McCrea's Candies.

We can all admit that 2020 has been a rough year. Despite how rough it has been, there have been a lot of people in our lives and community that deserve appreciation. To list a few, our healthcare heroes, first responders, essential workers, grocery stores clerks, delivery drivers, and many more. I've thought of some ways we can thank them and I'd like to share them with you.


The simplest way to show appreciation at this time is to simply say thank you. This little gesture will brighten someone's day. If you encounter an essential worker, express your appreciation.


Another easy way to say thank you to essential workers during COVID-19 is to place signs outside your house, on a car window, or in a public space where they can see them. If you have children at home, this is a wonderful project that will help keep them engaged while allowing them to get into the spirit of gratitude.


Some members of the community have gone the extra mile to thank essential workers during COVID-19 by arranging for meals and baked goods to be delivered to hospital staff. If you plan to do this, you should coordinate it with the hospital so the delivery can be done efficiently and safely. McCrea's Candies makes a perfect Appreciation Gift Box for this purpose. Your recipient will have two flavors of fabulous caramel to enjoy! The Appreciation Gift Box comes in two sizes. The small box contains 40 caramels: 20 pieces each of Deep Chocolate and Classic Vanilla. The large Box contains 80 caramels: 40 each of Deep Chocolate and Classic Vanilla. These would make a safe gift because the candies are individually wrapped.

Also, don't forget your primary care doctor’s office staff, EMTs, police officers, firefighters, or grocery clerks.

We're all in this together! Thank you to all who are doing their best to keep us healthy and safe!


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