According to recent studies, pregnant women are feeling less supported during pregnancy and childbirth due to changes related to the pandemic. Global maternal health expert, Wendy Powell, shares her story and the importance of raising awareness.
Do you need to run with 12,000 runners to make a race feel like the real thing? This family decided to find out by signing up for a virtual road race.
Monterey based glass artist, Jill Casty, believes that art can positively impact our stress levels, which is especially important as we deal with the impact of Covid-19. Casty explains how art “can help infuse hope and a positive spirit with confidence that this pandemic will end …”
Jules Schroeder is used to being busy. But when Coronavirus put her business on hold, she was forced to stop and face her truth. Having been diagnosed with bi-polar 2, she is taking this time to educate herself and help others feel seen, understood and less alone.
The pandemic hasn’t been easy on retail, yet many brands are coming up with innovative ways to aid in the fight. Here are a few companies supporting Covid related causes, helping you to shop and support at the same time.
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Maintaining control of your day can be as easy as taking a deep breath.
Now that parents are settling in to their new roles as assistant teachers, questions from ‘what’s the best chair to zoom from’ to ‘what’s the optimal way to set up a virtual classroom’ are mounting.
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In a year when COVID-19 has taken 215,000 lives in the United States alone, it’s never been more important to make your annual flu shot a priority.