While cities and states across the nation continue maintaining their own bubbles of restrictions or a lockdown, companies are also making their own calls for how much longer they should allow or require their employees to work from home. As of early September 2020, major companies have extended their work from home policies: until JanuaryContinue reading “Are Work-From-Home Extensions Predicting the End of This Pandemic?”
Across the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and around the country, school districts are clinging to a hybrid approach to reopening schools this fall.
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.
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”
Here’s a look at how far we’ve come. I find it helpful to take a few minutes and look back at what has happened so far. I’ll update this overview every week or so. Some big ticket items in news as of May 17th, 2020: Governor Andrew Cuomo has issued a phased reopening of NewContinue reading “Where Are We Now With All this NYC?”
Do you have a protocol when you reenter your home after going out for a while? As soon as we enter the house, here are our steps: We’ve been trying to go out when we don’t think others will, which means you get up early in the am to run or bike, go out inContinue reading “Living the Contrarian Life With Protocols”