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Work/Life Balance, A COVID Times update

During this extraordinary period of time in education it’s incredibly important not to lose a focus on keeping work/life balance. On this blog, the Ministry of Happiness, I’ve written pretty extensively about work/life balance. We often give great lip service … Continue reading

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My COVID Times Diary – A day in the life

My COVID Times Diary – A day in the life We cannot change anything until we accept it. Condemnation doesn’t liberate it oppresses. ~ Carl Jung So as I said in the first COVID Times Diary post that I did, … Continue reading

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My COVID Times Diary – The Slow Motion Apocalypse

My COVID Times Diary – The Slow Motion Apocalypse The probability of apocalypse soon cannot be realistically estimated, but it is surely too high for any sane person to contemplate with equanimity.  ~ Noam Chomsky I’ve thought about the apocalypse … Continue reading

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My COVID Times Diary – Good News

My COVID Times Diary – Good News           So tonight, I wanted to take a little twist on my normal COVID Times post.  It’s really easy for these posts to get negative, to reinforce the malaise … Continue reading

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My COVID Times Diary – Do we get it now?

My COVID Times Diary – Do we get it now? Originally published July 20, 2020 When the coronavirus first struck the United States earlier this year, there was a large amount of incredulity from the President on down to the … Continue reading

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My COVID Times Diary – New World Road Trip

My COVID Times Diary – New World Road Trip Originally published July 24, 2020 So, after 11 weeks of insane levels of work and then a couple at the normal insanity levels, I finally was able to take my first … Continue reading

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My COVID Times Diary – Silver Lining

My COVID Times Diary – Silver Lining Behind every silver lining, there’s a cloud. ~ Glenn Gould originally posted 7/7/2020 So I’ll be honest, I’ve really hated all the advertising during the pandemic.  All of the ads from companies telling … Continue reading

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My COVID Times Diary – A Socially Distant Graduation

My COVID Times Diary – A Socially Distant Graduation My path has not been determined. I shall have more experiences and pass many more milestones. ~ Agnetha Faltskog As someone who works in education, there is one annual milestone that … Continue reading

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My COVID Times Diary – Acceptance

My COVID Times Diary – Acceptance For after all, the best thing one can do when it is raining is let it rain. ~ Henry Wadsworth Longfellow I think we’ve hit an interesting point during these COVID times.  I’m calling … Continue reading

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My COVID Times Diary – Accepting Death

My COVID Times Diary – Accepting Death Original post date 6/16/2020 Many people misunderstood the reason for the shelter in place that most of us ended up in during March.  The point was to slow the rate of the outbreak, … Continue reading

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