Ep 75. Social Distancing from my New City, Street View

Show Notes

During this episode, I open up a bit about my experience living alone in a new city during a pandemic – one we are all just beginning to know. This show is about coping with social distancing and isolation, as well as leaning in to working on your own while still collaborating with others. It’s about looking for and finding – the humanity amongst the chaos.

If you’re new to the show, or if you’ve listened before, the format of this episode is a bit different from my norm, but nothing about right now feels normal.

Be safe. ♡

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