Episode 49: Fighting the Quarantine Blues

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In this episode, I share a little update on life and work in New York City since I moved back in January. New apartment, new job, new beginning… there was a lot going on – all good – until the pandemic changed all of our lives very quickly.

Though I’m no stranger to working from home, I’m feeling very different about the current situation. The trick is to fight the blues and keep moving forward under these insane circumstances that seemed almost impossible only a few short weeks ago.

As I say in the episode, I want everyone to be safe, stay home, wash your hands, practice social distancing and keep calm. And also… be kind. To yourself and others. This is a tough time for everyone. Perhaps a time to reset. But in the process, remember to be kind.

Thanks for listening.


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  1. great ! spot on, from a 8yr home office veteran – dress for work, put on the dress watch, take breaks and walks and bike rides, get a good nights sleep, start the coffee and do some crunches/bridges/planks while it brews, shave and shower and GET TO IT !

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