The COVID-19 Temporary Speed Bump

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Cartoon of car at high speed hitting an old man and birds. The purpose is to show speed bumps in life are meant to slow you down for surprises “Life’s road is full of twists and turns and obstacles of varying degrees. Some speed bumps look far more dangerous than they actually are. Some speed bumps can rip the bottom off your vehicle. Even so, speed bumps are meant to temporarily slow you down to a safer speed and prepare you to be able… Read more »

Top 10 Ways to Transition through COVID-19

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image of face mask, goggles, and protective gown and colorful words CORONA VIRUS Top 10 Ways to Transition through COVID-19 by Melody Taylor-Fliege COVID19 – this! COVID19 – that! It seems never to end! Yet every day the sun rises and sets, and we have another opportunity to work with parts of ourselves that this virus does not let us escape—some good, some not so good! While dealing… Read more »

Extraordinary Times of Covid19

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Image of Sad Schoolgirl with face mask bored feeling depressed and lonely in empty playground as school is closed. Restrictions and lockdown as Coronavirus containment measures. With Quote Extraordinary Times of Covid19 "Extraordinary accomplishments are only achieved when we are able to overcome extraordinary challenges." by O.J. Brigance “Extraordinary accomplishments are only achieved when we are able to overcome extraordinary challenges.”O.J. Brigance Extraordinary times call for extraordinary cooperation, thinking, and dealing with right now! Keeping yourself, friends, colleges, and kids’ brains active, combatting loneliness, staying sane in the drastic situations you may be facing – all are part of new daily struggles caused… Read more »

Conscious Breathing Against COVID19

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Image Delivering Food To A Self-isolate Woman or Quarantine At Home with quote, "The Chinese use two brush strokes to write the word 'crisis.' (危机 Wéijī) One brush stroke stands for danger; the other for opportunity. In a crisis, be aware of the danger--but recognize the opportunity." --John F. Kennedy “The Chinese use two brush strokes to write the word ‘crisis.’ (危机 Wéijī) One brush stroke stands for danger; the other for opportunity. In a crisis, be aware of the danger–but recognize the opportunity.”John F. Kennedy Spring Equinox today marks the earliest Spring in 124 years! If covid19 is not crazy enough, add in a… Read more »