The reopening of the Garden State is happening quickly as more and more residents get vaccinated against COVID-19. But, maybe you're not ready to move that quickly back into a social calendar.

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As restrictions ease, everyone's like 'bars!', 'concerts!', while I'm over here like 'I'M NOT READY!'. Lol. My reentrance into socializing is going to be slow(ish). Smaller groups of people, things like that.

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It is starting to feel a bit like Dorothy opening the door to Oz. South Jersey IS coming back to life. But, if you're not ready to commit to anything on a full-scale level, an Instagram page I love called iamwellandgood has offered some low-key suggestions.

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What DO or DON'T you feel ready to get back to yet? Let us know in the comment box below.

SOURCES: iamwellandgood/Instagram

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