The American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers reported nearly a month ago that, although we were only several weeks into lockdown at that point, their offices were experiencing a barrage of … [Read more...] about Are You Leaning on your “Emotionships” While You’re Struggling?
Some of the worst parts of childhood are the rainy weekends where you can’t go anywhere. Or those birthday-party-Saturdays when you’re sick and Mom won’t let you go. Or worse, when the world is alive … [Read more...] about Quarantine Doesn’t Have to Mean Your Kids Don’t Remember Sunlight
In a previous issue, we talked about how we’re producing more kitchen scraps than we have in over 50 years… and how we can use those scraps to our advantage: By composting. We even went … [Read more...] about The Delicate Science of Composting
Maybe, before this all happened, your schedule was so hectic that you only dreamt of meal-planning or home-cooked meals. Maybe, before all this, you had your favorite take-out joints saved on … [Read more...] about Cooking at Home More? Here’s What to Do with your Scraps
What does your quarantine routine look like? Is it the utopian model of health, balance, rest, productivity, creativity, and reconnection that you just knew you’d achieve once all the obstacles of … [Read more...] about The Psychological Cost of Repeated Emotional Beatdowns: Quarantine Edition
The U.S. houses nearly 12 million immunocompromised people (people with weakened immune systems who can’t rely on their body’s natural defense system to stave off a foreign predator), which is about … [Read more...] about Keeping Corona at Bay by Tending to your Tummy
You can’t have missed the great toilet paper shortage of 2020. Well, that’s not all we seem to be “short” on. Rice, eggs, milk, bread, canned soup, beans, pasta, peanut butter – they’re flying off … [Read more...] about Limiting Waste While Grocery Shopping is ESSENTIAL Right Now
These days, it’s becoming more and more likely that we’ll all be spending most of our time inside… Cut off from outside social spaces, unable to attend events that have been cancelled, and thinking … [Read more...] about 3 Ways to Make Your Home a Sanctuary During a Lockdown