Staying informed can feel like a full-time job as we all settle into our new normal. And if you’re like us, you may be running out of ways to keep yourself entertained. Take a little break from the headlines and dig into the most interesting articles we read this month.
This is what we’re reading —
April 29, 2020
Remember, the storm will pass.
2 minute read
May 4, 2020
These resources and initiatives are designed to help with applying for financial aid and how best to survive this economic downturn. They provide wide-ranging lists of grants and loans from the private and public sectors, and provide small business owners with one-on-one consultations, tools, and other support.
5 minute read
April 6, 2020
Sports chiropractor for Team USA, Alexandra Duma, D.C., DACBSP, gives us a few tips to help minimize the toll on our bodies working from home can have.
7 minute read
April 24, 2020
SimplePractice’s own Gillian Wu publishes her debut short story about finding luck where you’d least expect it.
8 minute read
May 4, 2020
COVID-19 has created a situation in which partners are spending more time together than normal. This actually can impact the way couple’s brains work.
9 minute read
April 23, 2020
New York Times
With the Met closed to the public, its administrative staff has been busy these past two weeks with an emergency fundraising campaign called At-Home Gala. The event can be streamed on metopera.org.
10 minute read
February 4, 2019
Entrepreneurs and small business owners are often the worst at knowing when to slow down and focus on taking care of themselves. Use this time to step back and reflect on ways to do better by you.
11 minute read
National Research Council
Experts are more likely to recognize meaningful patterns of information than novices. This applies to all domains including chess, electronics, mathematics, or classroom teaching.
45 minute read
Fiction novel written by Kristin Hannah
“In this unforgettable portrait of human frailty and resilience, Kristin Hannah reveals the indomitable character of the modern American pioneer and the spirit of a vanishing Alaska―a place of incomparable beauty and danger.”
Like these suggestions? Check out what else we’ve been reading:
What We’re Reading – April 2020
What We’re Reading – March 2020
What We’re Reading – February 2020