Tag: covid19

Lessons from Lockdown – Julia Barnickle’s eBook for Summer 2020 What if life were meant to be easy?

Julia Barnickle the Easy Life As Julia Barnickle puts together her second eBook, Lessons from Lockdown, she called upon me and 12 other writers to join her and contribute an essay. I sweated about my timeline, not wanting to disappoint a good friend, loving human being, and all around supportive soul. She, like I, has

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The uncanny abyss: parallels of Covid19 and metastatic breast cancer

Hey, does anyone feel even busier than they normally do although we’re all supposedly so bored? I’m getting personally stir crazy. Marked by a masked run to my local craft shop to buy some wood flourishes for a cabinet I’m refurbishing and pens to continue with my #Zentangle meditative drawing practice. On a more serious

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Hearts and Bones, Hope and Stones

I entered a few places on our trips to and from Stanford, I truly wish people would realize that our lives matter too and their refusals to wear masks prevent people from access to healthcare and clinical trials that have to be postponed or even canceled due to the risk of infection from Covid.