A Unique Year To Say The Least
2020 looks to be the most strange and unsettling year most of us have ever experienced, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But hopefully you've successfully adapted to a new routine and are keeping your stress to a minimum.
Social Media Savvy
One of the unexpected opportunities our current situation has presented is the dramatic expansion of online learning. I'm going to be debuting a new class in June on Zoom through one of the adult education programs I teach at called Social Media Savvy for Your Small Business or Non-Profit. You can learn more about it and register for it here. If you would like a more customized learning experience that specifically addresses your needs, you can always schedule a one-on-one coaching session with me.
One of the most enjoyable projects I've worked on in the past year was editing a children's book written and illustrated by Janis Luedke of Natick, Massachusetts. The Hearts That Fell Out of the Sky would make a wonderful gift for a child in your life with its uplifting message of love and kindness.
Time For A Change In Your News Diet?
My technical writing colleague Dmitriy Gabriel recently published an excellent article, A Healthier Information Diet in Troubling Times. Like me, you may find it helpful to manage your consumption of what sometimes seems like a constant stream of anxiety-producing news.