I used to think that saying,"I'm so sorry for your loss" when someone died was the worst possible thing to say. It was like stating the obvious... as if I wouldn't be standing in a line at a funeral home if I wasn't sorry. Recently I have learned that some of the things said to people who are … Read More
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The end of 2021 is quickly approaching and the holiday season is almost upon us. It is often useful to reflect on the year past and the year ahead. For some, making a New Year's resolution on December 31st is a tradition. For others, they do not bother as it is an experience which finds them … Read More
Working in a Post-Pandemic World... As vaccination rates go up and the end of the COVID-19 pandemic is in sight, there is more discussion about returning to the office. Many people are feeling anxious about this change, including those who have discovered a preference for working from home. Read on … Read More
It is safe to say that we've all had enough of the pandemic (thank you very much). Being constantly bombarded with news of COVID case counts, lock-downs, hospital ICU capacity, virus variants, vaccine efficacy, and exhausted health care workers has been challenging to say the least. Now we're … Read More
As the pandemic continues, most of us are working from home and experiencing "zoom fatigue" from the various video conferencing platforms. Zoom fatigue is real and researchers from Stanford have started to examine why we are being impacted by this new normal. Along with the inside scoop on this … Read More