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Don’t Put Your Love on Lockdown

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Opening homes. Sharing meals. Connecting virtually. Delivering packages.  There’s no telling when this pandemic will end, but that has never been within our control. While we can’t guarantee when the next lockdown might happen, we can make sure of one thing: our love does not have to be on lockdown. 
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How to Beat That Languishing Feeling

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When 2020 ticked over into 2021, we were hopeful that the new year would be a better one. And for awhile, it did look promising. But alas, the bubble’s popped and the recent news about the outbreak of new COVID strains, worsening cases, and heightened restrictions have made us feel like we’re right back at square one. What can we do to keep ourselves going? Here are some tips to help us beat that languishing feeling.
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3 Things to Keep in Mind While Scrolling Through Social Media

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As a design graduate, I found them artsy and inspiring to watch—and imagining having a taste of their “perfect” life helped me keep my mind off the restrictions we were facing because of COVID. So at first, I didn’t see anything wrong with watching these videos. However, when it became more of a habit, I began to see how these videos would influence my life in negative ways.

Church in the "New Normal": Should I Start Going Back?

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After five months, I finally went back to church last week. I had expected it to be an emotional event for me, but I have to confess—it wasn’t, really.

4 Tips to Connect Better with Workmates Through Covid

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Alas, the arrival of COVID-19 has changed the way we work and interact with our workmates. And for some of us, we haven’t physically met with our workmates for almost half a year now. In spite of that, we still have an opportunity to build a deeper relationship with them

7 Highly Effective Habits To Keep In The New Normal

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5 Bible Verses To Strengthen You When You're Grieving

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Grief is a natural response to the loss(es) in our lives. As we grapple with the different losses we might be suffering in the light of Covid-19,  there’s probably never been a time when most of our hearts are as washed in grief as they are now. Whether it’s the death of a loved one, the loss of meaningful employment, or the loss of freedom we once had, we might be finding ourselves feeling heavy-hearted and lost as we pick up the pieces the virus has left in its wake.

The Unseen and Unsung Heroes of Covid-19

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By now, most of us would have seen multiple posts on social media of everyday citizens clapping at the end of their driveway each evening, or clapping in unison, paying tribute to frontline workers, such as healthcare staff and delivery workers who’ve worked round-the-clock in the wake of #Covid19.

Letters To Those Who Are Affected By Covid-19

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Feeling helpless about Covid-19? Tired of forwarding bleak reports and messages to your friends each day? Worried about how the pandemic has been affecting your friends and family members? We’ve just the cure!