No one has to look very far to find ways our lives and routines have been disrupted whether it’s because of the COVID-19 pandemic and/or social and political events. When our routines change, it’s normal to feel more anxious and stressed.
Opportunity presents itself at the most unanticipated times in our lives. The chance for a hard reset of our lives often is never presented to us or when it is we are quite understandably hesitant to act on it due to a of a host of fears and trepidation.
Are you reading the news lately? While it’s all well and good to keep up with the latest news and converse with community groups online, you have to watch out for your wellness too. So to embrace all the good and humor still out there, here’s a list of lists! First, here’s a quick listContinue reading “Embrace the Good and Remember to Laugh”
What have I learned from two months of lock down? I find myself much more connected to my apartment and neighborhood. As life has slowed, I’ve learned to identify the true value of “neighborhood.” It’s not just a place—it’s a state of mind. An appreciation for windows. Inspired by the title of this project andContinue reading “Finding Mindfulness in Moments”
Alicia Keys, Good Job Doctor Elvis & Doctor Robinson, Music is Medicine Hyeyoung Jane Lee (my mom) Playing the Cello, Schumann, 1990s