Friday Five – May 22, 2020

A list of things I’m enjoying and pondering this week… What I’m listening to: 10% Happier Podcast #247:  Weird Dreams, Family Relationships, and Collective Trauma I Dr. Mark Epstein Dr. Mark Epstein has been a guest on the 10% Happier Podcast a number of times, which is where I was introduced to his work, and I always enjoy his viewpoints. He is a Buddhist, a Harvard trained psychiatrist and has written many books. In this…

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Friday Five – May 15, 2020

This week’s Friday Five – a list of things that moved me this week. What I’m listening to: Everything is Alive podcast My friend April in Hawaii sent me this podcast this week and it is brilliant! The host interviews inanimate objects and it is hilarious, absurd, informative, thought-provoking, and oddly poetic. I found myself laughing out loud repeatedly. Episode 2 featuring Maeve the Lamppost is my favorite so far.  I think I’m enjoying it…

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Friday Five – May 8, 2020

This week’s Friday Five – a list of things that moved me this week. What I’m smiling about: Margaret Atwood tweeted me! I know, I know. I’m a dork, but it’s not every day a Canadian icon tweets you! We discussed squirrels. It was important stuff. What I’m listening to again: Oprah and Tracee Ellis Ross: Your Life in Focus A friend sent me this podcast when I was hiking in Zion in February and…

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Friday Five – May 1, 2020

Inspired by Tim Ferriss’s 5-Bullet Friday emails, I thought it would be fun to start my own weekly list, which I’ll simply call my “Friday Five,” to record and share things that are moving me in some way lately.  Since I lost my job and recently turned my blog back on, I’ve been enjoying re-reading some of my own entries from past years, which provide a snapshot in time of what I was reading, watching, listening to…

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Here’s How

Here’s how to be productive Here’s how to be still Here’s how to socially distance Here’s how to use Zoom Here’s how to keep your kids occupied Here’s how to work from home Here’s how to flatten the curve Here’s how to meditate Here’s how to wash your hands Here’s how to interpret the data Here’s how to help Here’s how not to help Here’s how to recognize the symptoms Everyone handles it differently Everyone…

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