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by Tania Carriere

May 16, 2020

It’s early morning at Whole Foods, we are choreographed in a dance of space and calm.

The music that someone has intentionally chosen reminds me of carefree, simple times - you know, The Beatles, Carole King, Mamas and the Papas… singing tunes.

I hadn’t noticed it until I realized I was humming.

Do the social conventions of only singing in your head still apply in a pandemic?
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by Eric Alan

May 09, 2020

Everything is spinning these days. What seemed like solid societal ground is no longer underfoot, as a virus too small to see becomes too vast to deny. Here in the rural Oregon territories, its direct effects aren’t as focused as in the urban hotspots (so far). Yet the rural safety nets were already far thinner than most in the cities see. There are few doctors out here; the one remaining rural hospital is endangered.… READ MORE

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by Tania Carriere

April 18, 2020

I woke up this morning with a sense of dread. I was greeted by the voice in my head saying “I don’t think you’re doing this right”.

This feeling followed me around yesterday too.

I remember coaching my clients just a few weeks ago…
“everything is going to change, what we do and how we do it is going to shift. Be prepared to let “the way it is” go and accept that we are going to create a new… READ MORE

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