Interesting Ideas for April

interesting ideas for april - child looking through a magnifying glass at a plantI’m not sure where another month has gone, and yet we’re at the end of April.  Here in Ontario, as we work our way through the ‘groundhog days’ of another pandemic stay-at-home order, here are a few “interesting ideas” articles that may help to pass the time.

Take care and stay safe.

Baby face first into cake with no self controlWhere’s My Self-Control?

Do you find yourself with less self-control as the pandemic drags on?  If so, you’re not alone.  According to this article in The Guardian, our ‘moral muscles’ are getting flabby!  So what’s the ‘fitness’ plan?  Take a look!

A Useful Grief Resource

Some of the best articles I receive are from the people I work with.  The following two articles are examples. The first, this article from the website  What’s Your Grief is a poignant list of what we have lost when ‘our person’ dies.

If you are grieving, this is a great resource to share with friends who may not understand the depth and extent of your loss.

Here’s a podcast link if you would rather listen to it.

Let’s Talk About “Languishing”

interesting ideas for april - painting of a fainting womanIf you’re having trouble putting a description to your mood…not depressed, but not happy either…this second article, from the New York Times talks about the concept of “languishing”.  I appreciate this article, not only for its background information but also because it provides tools.

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