I wanted to share how I have been keeping hope alive in my heart and soul during COVID-19.
Specifically, by expanding my reach with new virtual experiences.
Beginning in the spring with my first “live” recorded internet event with Sam Piercell, a fitness entrepreneur, from Windsor, Ontario.
F45 "Live" Event: Community Resilience with Dr. Andrea Dinardo
Resilience Habits & Routines
Community members asked stress, wellness, and psychology questions in real time.
Throughout the resilience seminar, I also shared daily habits and thought patterns keeping me healthy during the pandemic.
Optimism, hope, and humour are key factors in health, happiness, and resilience.Optimism Bootcamp The Drive Magazine
Sharing Our COVID Experiences
Since then, I have been interviewed virtually by:
2020 “Stretch” Goals
- GOAL: Stay Connected to each other in new and novel ways.
- HOW: Interactive LIVE “Q & A” conversations in real time.
- MEDIUM: ZOOM, INSTAGRAM, FACEBOOK, YOUTUBE.
Adapting to the New Normal
In the past, online interactions were “an extra” to everyday conversation.
Now “the virtual life” is a necessity for both our personal and professional lives.
An important and crucial way to stay connected to both our dreams and each other.
2020 is the World’s Classroom
PSYCHOLOGY TEACHING ONLINE - BEHIND THE SCENES: 1. What It's Like to Be a Professor During Global Pandemic 2. "Live" Online Psychology Class
Hope and Change
“Adapt or Die” may sound harsh.
But adaptation is truly what’s being asked of us in every area of our lives right now.
So I figure I might as well jump right in!
Because I would rather ride the wave, than have the wave ride me. 🌊