Keeping perspective in crisis: This too shall pass

Yes, I’m afraid. But my fleeting fear rests on this fact: This too shall pass. Coronavirus should be taken seriously. We shouldn’t just keep on hanging out with all of our cohorts, sharing food, drinks, laughs in a crowded space, spraying respiratory droplets all over each other like we’re watering the lawn. Gross, but true. … Continue reading Keeping perspective in crisis: This too shall pass

You’re more than your social media

You’re not your social media account, the number of followers you have, or the likes your post received, or didn’t. You’re not. You’re more—much more. Don’t base your feelings about yourself on your social media stats. They don't make you inherently better or lesser than anyone else. You’re a human—not just an avatar and collection … Continue reading You’re more than your social media

Your world is changing: Dealing with Coronavirus

Quarantine, pandemic, respiratory droplets, contagious, viral (in a bad way), and death are words swirling around the media, and we shouldn't ignore them.  My family basically hasn't left our NYC apartment for a week. My last venture out to a destination where people congregated, like a restaurant, was with a friend at a ramen shop … Continue reading Your world is changing: Dealing with Coronavirus