Ep: 033 – Finding New Ways to Do Life In the Time of a Novel Virus, Covid 19

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Ep: 033 - Finding New Ways to Do Life In the Time of a Novel Virus, Covid 19

Thinking Outside the Box When The Box Is Empty: Finding New Ways to Do Life In the Time of a Novel Virus, Covid 19.
Diana speaks about the trending novel virus, Corona, aka Covid 19, and how to manage life under new terms, understandings, and federal and state directives. Diana describes the conditions and how it affects various populations, and because women veteran are a “microcosm” of the population, they can be used to indicate the most negative impacts: access to food, access to healthcare, access to work (e.g. unemployment or having low paying essential jobs). Listen as she describes her concerns and how to approach and deal with this unexpected chapter in our 21stcentury story. She speaks about technology platforms that keep us socially distant, yet directly connected to thousands, and about how human ingenuity has been an essential tool for taking care of each other. Her report is peppered with advice, experience, and encouragement. She continually reminds, and provides ideas to: Stay Safe, Stay Apart, Stay Healthy, Stay Informed. Come and listen to how BriGette and Diana confirm Margret Mead’s philosophy, “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.” Do you want to be part of positively affecting 2100 people, listen in and find out how.

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