While we’ve all adjusted to a life kept in stasis, the experience has changed us. But, is that change permanent? And is it a good thing?
Linda Rand with her next Pandemic Diaries installment “Tinderbox,” about navigating the fires in Oregon, personal relationships, and new normals.
Linda Rand with her next Pandemic Diaries installment “Waxing Gibbous,” about being in tune with nature during these pandemic times.
Jason Arment examines the push to “return to normalcy” during these times, reopening schools and resuming operations as if COVID is no longer a concern.
If COVID-19 reinfection is possible, this could alter the overall strategy on how to approach solving this pandemic.
Linda Rand with her next Pandemic Diaries installment “Give Space,” about the effects of the Portland protests and the need to experience nature.
While COVID-19 has indelibly changed our reality, I’m wondering how it will influence our fictional portrayal of it.
Linda Rand with her next Pandemic Diaries installment “Karma Police,” recalls a night while bartending, running into someone she remembers and how things have shifted.
Proving that necessity is the mother of invention and that 2020 is the end of days, odd food combinations are taking root on Instagram. We hope you skipped lunch.
2020 has gifted us many grim events, but the selfish politicizing of an international pandemic surely takes the cake.