Category: healthyish / Coronavirus – 7 Ways to Meaningfully Stock Your Local Community Fridge

What if we spent as much care nourishing our communities as we do nourishing ourselves? Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, community fridges and pantries have popped up across the country in response to increasing food insecurity, offering a practical way to support our neighbors. The concept is simple: outdoor, easily accessible fridges are stocked with homemade – My Step Counter Obsession Got Worse During Quarantine

You’re averaging fewer steps a day than last year. On average, last week’s steps were less than the week before. Since the start of the pandemic, the alerts from the Health app on my iPhone have felt more pointed than usual. I know it’s bleating out an emotionless statement of fact, but if it were – How a Virtual Nude Figure Drawing Class Changed the Way I Think About Intimacy

New York City in March was, well, quiet. The typically raucous sounds of the city had been reduced to ambulance sirens and a lone car driving up and down the streets blasting “New York, New York” and “Empire State of Mind.” The weather was cold, the news was ominous, and I was lonely. So, for – Nourish NYC Founder Tania Maree Giordani Was Raised To Take Action

The nationwide protests in support of Black Lives Matter and against police brutality have seen a wave of grassroots community organizers taking to the streets to protect protestors, handing out PPE, supplies, water, and snacks that are vital for their safety and energy. We checked in with activist Tania Maree Giordani, who has supplied protestors – I Practiced Zuo Yue Zi From Afar When I Couldn’t Be With My Sister After Childbirth

At 3:57 a.m. on Monday, March 30th, I was woken by a text from my brother-in-law: “Baby girl Ruby was born at 1:09 a.m.” It was my sister’s first baby, and our parents’ first grandchild. After exchanging excited messages with my family in our group chat, I got out of bed and walked to the

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