No, you’re not imagining things. Here are three reasons why the pandemic has been bad for your memory.
Helen Branswell, who has covered the Covid-19 pandemic from the start, reflects on what she has learned two years on.
— Read on www.statnews.com/2021/12/28/10-lessons-ive-learned-from-the-covid-19-pandemic/
And excellent review of what went wrong and right.
A very cool feature to make it easier to link to others blogs
Create link-ups, link parties and blog hops. Run challenges and engage your followers with Inlinkz.
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Love these colour full tote bags. Santa. R U listening?
Rico’s weekly sheep herding lesson was canceled for today. So I planned to spend a nice and rainy Saturday at home.
After breakfast we took a nice long 5 mile walk. I knew the rain would start in the afternoon so a second walk was unlikely. We walked at a good clip!
The boys were happy to start the day with a nice long walk. The got to pose on a stump. They thought it was somewhat lame.
We really lucked out on the rain. We didn’t get more than a sprinkle at any time during our walk. But it rained most of the afternoon and evening.
When we got home I cleaned up the kitchen and made a big pot of split pea soup. It turned out really good and made a nice early dinner.
After I had the soup on the stove I hit the sewing room to…
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The content shared in some online wellness spaces has powerful emotional and psychological foundations that can cause even science-minded people to question the public health consensus on the ability of vaccines to help curb the spread of the coronavirus.
— Read on www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/2021/10/22/wellness-vaccine-misinformation-social-media/
Wondering what’s going on with you? With your friends? These researchers found older adults are reporting the highest levels of positive experiences in their daily lives, often through providing support to others.
— Read on www.scientificamerican.com/interactive/the-biggest-psychological-experiment-in-history-is-running-now/
So many of us have been raised to see strangers as dangerous and scary. What would happen if we instead saw them as potential sources of comfort and belonging?
— Read on www.theatlantic.com/family/archive/2021/08/why-we-should-talk-strangers-more/619642/
This could explain some of the appeal of smaller places like Hornby Island.
“Vitamin D – Hope Or Hype?” German Professor Says Widespread Deficiency Being Grossly Ignored
— Read on notrickszone.com/2021/08/04/vitamin-d-hope-or-hype-german-professor-says-widespread-deficiency-being-grossly-ignored/
I have gotten acclimated to a different existence.
— Read on www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2021/05/post-pandemic-dont-want-to-reenter-society/619045/.
She started The Buzz to keep residents informed about COVID-19 spread at their independent living facility when management failed to do so. Read more here
— Read on www.nextavenue.org/the-buzz-covid-19/amp/