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How COVID Changed Our Eating

We all felt the effects of COVID and the related shutdowns of everything from offices to restaurants to gyms; it seems at times that those far-reaching effects touched every area of our lives, including our eating habits. Read More

Navigating COVID Burnout From Every Angle

By Beau Black         Tired of hearing, talking, and thinking about COVID, mask-wearing, social distancing, virus testing, work-life balance, and lockdowns? Burned out on hearing about COVID burnout? Emotionally exhausted by the mention of emotional exhaustion? You’re not alone.  As we round the corner on two years of the coronavirus, many of us feel ground down by… Read More

COVID & The Classroom: The Impact on Kids & Teachers

By Wesley Gallagher It’s nearing the end of 2021, and in many ways it feels like the worst of the pandemic is behind us. Even if it’s not yet over like we had hoped, we’ve settled into a new normal, and there seems to be a light at the end… Read More

New Year, New Mindset

By Wendy Lee Nentwig  As you said good riddance to 2020 and welcomed 2021, your first instinct may have been not celebration, but hibernation. Last year was so traumatic that it’s understandable if you were wary of making bold declarations or resolutions in a world that feels increasingly out of control. Read More

The Importance of Emotional Checkups

By Clint Fletcher October is National Depression Education and Awareness month, and there couldn’t be a more important time for an emotional checkup than the latter half of 2020. With all the turmoil this year has brought, an inevitable wave of mental health issues followed for Americans. According to a… Read More