Different ways work life changed in 2020. From remote to work to digital fatigue, and how private and professional are blending.
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My employment ended at the early days of the pandemic. I hoped that documenting resources, would help me process what was happening in the world around me. Feeling the uncertainty for our health, economies and societies.
In he spirit of “We’re alone, but we’re in this together”, I’m sharing information, regarding different topics that can potentially change dramatically in the upcoming years.
For the sake of organizing, I’ve divided a collection of ideas and resources up into four categories. I hope this can be useful to someone. And if you have any suggestions, I would love to read them in the comments.
Protecting ourselves and the people around us, from spreading the virus. It’s staying grounded when everything is changing. How to stay connected to our communities and the people we love. And how work life will be altered.
Most of our conversations, the news and daily lives are about the pandemic. Voices of both hope and fear, flooding the news and social media. This is my attempt to try to process and deal with the rapid changes in our world.
I worry how this information overload is impacting my mental well-being. The reason for this is that, while I usually am someone who loves being at home, I now have this urge to get out and connect.
It’s hard to avoid the conversations about things “going back to normal”. But I may be pessimistic, but it’s hard for me to imagine that after living with this for months, maybe a year or more, that things can go back to normal. Because the experience that we have now will change us for the rest of our lives.
Anything missing? I’m working on adding more. If you have any suggestions for things that have really helped you, I would really like to hear about it. Stay safe, and take care <3
Considering safety of ourselves and others. Alone Together is a part series I created in an attempt to process the chaos of the 2020 pandemic.
Pay attention to mental well-being when life comes at you hard. Alone Together is a part series I created in an attempt to process the chaotic first months of the 2020 pandemic.
Our interactions with our friends, family and coworkers were heavily affected during the pandemic. Alone Together is a part series I created in an attempt to process the chaos of 2020.