In this episode, we have stories of people taking action to support their communities through the pandemic.
What do you do about the big jewish wedding you had planned? How do you prepare for the worst?
People act with the best of intentions, and face the unforeseen consequences.
Adjusting to isolation has been difficult. We’re all dealing with it in different ways. In this episode, we share some of ours, and you share some of yours.
Professional Zoom meetings in a ten-year-old’s bedroom, bouldering on the side of the house, and recreating a roller disco in the hallway – these are some of the things we’ve been up to in self-isolation.
Stories of people being judged and dismissed based on the superficial impressions of others. Hear them out.
18 months ago, Erin was told she had an incurable illness. Unexpectedly, the diagnosis came as a relief.
Things are not okay. Everything seems up in the air.
Having an obscure passion can make you feel like a bit of an outsider. Until you find a tribe of people who love the thing you’re into, just as much as you do.