Inspiration: March 20

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Inspiration: March 20 >> Life In Limbo

The Life Coach School Podcast’s series on Handling Chaos has been really helping me manage my mindset during this wild time we’re living in.

Good advice here about how to be happier – for now, or for anytime.

A series of hopeful facts about the coronavirus that brought my blood pressure down as I read through it.

How to set boundaries around coronavirus, if you need to.

If you’re looking for a good free alternative for the increased video calling you have to do now, I just discovered Whereby and it looks great. Up to 4 people on a call on their free plan.

Alternatively, I have a paid Zoom account and have been using it constantly for hangouts with friends and for work. If I didn’t already pay for it, I would have started this month, since it’s only $20 per month and I find it to be such a good investment during this social distancing time.

I loved this beautiful poem written by my friend Priyanka, which is giving me a boost right now. I also found solace in Wild Geese by Mary Oliver, which I shared part of here.

If you’re working from home now, I put together a list of my 10 best tips for handling that lifestyle change and staying productive at home.

I’m also sharing a lot of resources & ideas for this challenging time to my Instagram stories – you can see all the saved ones right here.


How are you doing? I’m okay. Things feel surreal and confusing, but I’m just trying to take it day by day. It’s lonely living alone and being in social distancing mode, but I’m making sure to talk to people by phone, set up video calls, and take lots of time for reading and walking outside. Not knowing what’s going to happen is overwhelming, but all we can do is try to stay present and manage our minds. I hope you’re staying well and telling your loved ones that you love them. xo.

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