Inspiration During Isolation by Eve Glover

I am a writer, and during the height of the pandemic, some of the lifestyle magazines I contributed to and was looking forward to writing for lost all of their advertising money and are sadly no longer being published. I started focusing my attention instead on newspapers that were still...

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Love in the Time of Covid

It was eerie, all the tables in my favorite cafe in the city were normally filled. There was only a scattering of people. The entire city felt more quiet – and if you know Bogotá, the capital of Colombia, you would have shared my suspicion that something was amiss. Well,...

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Lessons learned during the Pandemic

I remember March 10, 2020, as the last day of going to my LA Fitness gym and that March 17, 2020, was the date Austin, Texas officially sheltered in place to deal with the Pandemic. Being an introspective sort, and regular meditator, I knew in my heart that I was...

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The Time of Covid – The Pandemic

By Sharna Striar It was March 17, 2020. New York City was bracing for a wave of pandemic victims. An unknown virus had invaded the world and New York, a melting pot of the universe, was falling prey. I was trying to determine where I would hide from its tentacles....

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Learned during the Pandemic

by Kathleen Gati What I learned during the pandemic: -It’s okay not to go to the movies every Friday night and eat a bucket of popcorn, or to go out to eat. Hubby was even inspired to cook a wonderful dinner for my birthday and New Year’s, a first in...

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Pivot

by Ravi Hutheesing The following is an excerpt from Chapter 1 of my book, PIVOT: Empowering Students Today to Succeed in an Unpredictable Tomorrow. I wrote the entire work during the beginning stages of the pandemic, and it was published in November of 2020, just before the vaccine rollout began...

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Discovering Self

Here I sit, at age 85, in my prime, discovering things about myself that I’d forgotten about. I have the Pandemic to thank for that, giving me time to reminisce . My parents used to say, “Susie, go to your room”. Then in 2020 our caring scientists said to us,...

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