Covid 19 Resource Posts
Studies have shown helping others can make us less depressed, less anxious, and even physically healthy. Here are some simple ways to help both strangers and loved ones today. Plus, how some of the moms across our network are giving back to their own communities and inspiring us!
The former Bikram instructor, now stay at home mama, Sarah Rempel, is helping families cope with the coop up with bright, simple and fun crafts via her public Instagram account.
This is a candid interview with local mom and nurse anesthetist/CRNA, Claire Farren. Claire gives us an eye into what it’s like to live through this pandemic as a nurse inside a COVID 19 ICU.
For the last 20 years this Chicago mom of two teens has been the Chief Education Officer of school2life, a vital career resource. Read her superior career advice!
Discussing COVID-19 with our kids can be confusing! How much do I say? What details do I include? Arielle Sheinman, LCSW shares with us a few activities for families to complete at home to discuss COVID-19 related anxiety and sadness.
The world is experiencing a health crisis today the likes of which no one alive has seen before. Anna Marcolin, LCSW and host of The Real Therapist Podcast has put together a list of a few simple tools that can help to allay frayed nerves during this trying time. Worth the read!
Hey working mama. Are you dealing with the bulk of homeschooling plus trying to do your job? You’re not alone, and there’s a silver lining! Our parent company spoke with Lauren Brody, author of the bestselling book, The Fifth Trimester about how to deal.
These will be go-tos during this strange, social distancing times period—and beyond.
Pregnancy is so hard but keep movin’ mama. From live streams, to on demand anytime, there are literally thousands of work outs accessible to you, especially while we’re under physical distancing.
We’ve created a round-up our favorite books, podcasts and Ted Talk recommendations in a tidy list for you!
The next 30 days of isolation are going to be (insert word). Ellie Ander, site curator and mom of ages 4, 8 and 10, lists her top 6 brain games the whole family can play.