Lessons Learned

In the middle of a pandemic, yes, easy to see many affected to being stir crazy, the onslaught of radio and television focuses on a what seems as a Repeat play of the same information, and overall feeling at times as if you are going crazy...I have learned to carve out time in my day for me, creating time to read, to reflect, and as a result better impacts results will occur in the end...

A photo of a reflection of two people, including the photographer

Daily Walk Around Philadelphia

We first starting hearing about COVID-19 maybe at the end of February/early March but it didn't start to feel real until about a week into March. I work for the Delaware Historical Society so the pandemic started to really impact my life once we all began to work from home. Dan is also stuck at home with me, as the restaurant he works at is now closed, and I am so thankful to not be going through this alone...

Adjusting to Social Distancing Guidelines

I am doing my best to adjust to the social distancing guidelines that keep us largely at home during COVID-19...Thankfully, I’ve been able to work from home but I have two young boys aged 3 and 5. They don’t understand why there is nothing to do and why Mommy and Daddy have to work and not play with them consistently...

COVID-19 Changed My Views of the World Around Me

I couldn't just drive to campus, attend classes, and occasionally skip class to hang out with college friends. Now I had to stay in my house all day, attend classes via Zoom, and make time to chat with friends via Discord or Zoom. My house was no longer just a place where everything I owned sat and where I could sleep every night. It was now something much, much more...