New York City is experiencing a mass exodus! Over 3.5 million New Yorkers have left during the pandemic…meaning apartments are empty and rent is cheap! What it’s REALLY like to move during the PANDEMIC in NYC! #covid19Continue reading NYC’S MASS EXODUS
With quarantine lockdown lifting, we’re facing a new status quo. What do we hope “sticks” moving forward? Readers chime in! Continue reading The New Status Quo!
Our time in quarantine is ticking on. But is it a *waste* of time? What one anorexia survivor has come to learn about the power of time, and using the time we’ve been given. Continue reading 500 Days of Quarantine
A fresh and uplifting perspective on the reality we’re facing, post-coronavirus. Quarantine may soon be coming to an end, but how do we pick up the pieces in such an uncertain world? #catholic Continue reading Pruned from the Vine
CHOCOLATE PEANUT BUTTER CUP COOKIES! Oh my gosh, give me all the Reece’s. This family favorite will save your quarantine. TRUST ME. A decadent dessert that is bite-sized and super easy to make! Continue reading PEANUT BUTTER CUP COOKIES!
As unemployment numbers soar to 30 million Americans because of the coronavirus, many are left grappling with a very specific question: Do I matter? One startlingly honest response to that question. #catholic Continue reading The Question We Don’t Want to Answer
Quarantine has taught us a lot of lessons. From relationships, to cooking, to our own self discipline. Now it’s your turn to sound off! #edrecovery #coronavirusContinue reading YOUR TURN
As quarantine presses on, our country is growing restless. Face masks, social distancing, cancelations of plans and futures — we’re at the end of our rope. How to cope? #catholic Continue reading A Desert of Green
Quarantine during the coronavirus lockdown has brought a lot of truths to light. One of which is the importance of communication. And how does this apply to our faith life? #catholicContinue reading Call Waiting
As our country prepares for opening up the economy after the coronavirus Quarantine lockdown, there are many fears and trepidations over what that future – and new normal – will look like. A powerful and unexpected perspective from one who’s had to build a life on a new normal, post-anorexia. #edrecovery #nyc Continue reading The Uncertainty of “Now What”