Corona Chronicles: Creativity

Sooo, I was scrolling along on Facebook and ran across a friend from grad school, Amanda. She and her husband, Josh have created a PODCAST to hash out how they’ve been handling the pandemic with their teenage daughter and three-year-old son.

I thought it was a creative and authentic way to show that we’re all figuring things out in our own way, and I understand the constant need to create during pandemic times, so I’m passing it along. It’s about 30 minutes. I hope you enjoy The Wilsons Do A Podcast During a Pandemic.

What have you been doing? Have you been more or less creative during these past weeks?

~kg

4/14/20

Here’s the FB link.

29 thoughts on “Corona Chronicles: Creativity

  1. I am still working long days, even longer because I’m still working when I would have been commuting. I wish I had more time for creativity. I’m so afraid I’ll die before fulfilling my writing dreams for lack of time. Other than that, trying, Kathy, trying!

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  2. Hi Kathy, I feel like I have been living a more full life, actually. I have been working from home so have extra time on my hands where I would normally be commuting. I have had more time to be creative, getting stuff done around the house and loving spending more time with my little family. We have been building puzzles together, too. I hope to be able to continue to work from home! Thanks for sharing the podcast!

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  3. Quarantine came the week after my surgery, so I’ve been focusing on recovery. I’ve also been digging deep with the help of Rachel Hollis, for some self discovery ❤️. Will check out your friends podcast. Thank you so much!

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  4. Beyond cooking, dishes, and laundry, I’m rather unmotivated to do jobs that need to be done–cleaning, organizing, home repairs, etc. Instead I want to write and crochet and make envelopes out of magazine pages. So I guess creativity is ahead. 🙂

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      1. A friend gave me a template. I save heavyweight covers from magazines that are pretty or interesting. A completed envelope will hold a standard sheet of paper folded in quarters. I use white labels for the recipient’s address and my return address. My hobby turns waste paper into useful items and my friends LOVE to receive them. 🙂

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  5. It’s wonderful that people continue to make this a time for creativity. I’m working full time still, but I’ve done a good amount of yard cleanup and prepping the beds for the upcoming planting season. Plus, I get a little more time for writing and recording, too.

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      1. It’s over next Tuesday, but she decided to take a summer class, so that will meet m-f for five weeks I think an hour and a half a day…..

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