Have you turned to the arts during this global pandemic? Whether it’s painting, crafting, reading or watching films and TV, the arts have had a crucial role in making many of us feel better. Have you thought about creating art yourself? It’s easier than you think! Joshua Vickery of CFC Arts offers encouragement for tapping into your creative side.
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An estimated 44 million unpaid caregivers in the U.S. provide more than $490 billion in unpaid labor each year. Yet, so many caregivers go unnoticed, unappreciated and unsupported. Alexandra Drane is working to change that.
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Nurses have shown the world what many of us already know. They are heroes. In honor of National Nurses Week, Growing Bolder thanks them for all they do, and have done, for this crisis, and beyond.
Growing Bolder checks in with President of Florida Blue Medicare Kathy Feeny to discuss the swift and innovative actions Florida Blue Medicare has put in place in order to quickly address members’ shifting needs during the pandemic.
Growing Bolder touches base with Tyra Phillips, Executive Director of the Dade County Farm Bureau, to discuss the devastating impact COVID-19 is having on Florida’s agricultural economy and what the future holds.
Like so many during this time, Ericka Cotton is struggling with loss. She’s recently lost both her husband and job. Learn how Ericka has turned that grief into positive actions.
‘Tis the season of good tidings, family cheer… and stress. Family dynamics are always complicated. Some relatives may find it appropriate to air old grievances that have festered forever.
We are all not in the same Covid-19 boat of challenges. Everyone, every business, has a different story of struggle to share. In the arts industry, the pain is quite profound.
Americans are responding to the Covid-19 pandemic by spending less on that double shot espresso and takeout dinners, while taking advantage of deals and discounts at retail stores and online.
The Covid-19 lockdown has led to cabin fever for a lot of people, so stepping just a few feet outside to grow and cultivate your own garden is not only therapeutic but gives one a sense of accomplishment.
‘Tis the season for cookies, even though many holiday cookie parties have been cancelled because of Covid-19 related concerns. But Americans are resilient, and they love to improvise.
The desire to make homes and living spaces more comfortable and accommodating is a priority to people seeking balance in a time of isolation from the outside world.
Meet a 17-year-old who is lifting the spirits of the elders in life with the power of dance.
Learn which positive, daily activities Americans are doing frequently during the pandemic, even as daily stressors continue to add up.
It’s an everyday struggle to continually stay up beat during a pandemic, but the world is catching onto a common theme.
Grover Wilhelmsen couldn’t talk after he was intubated to help treat a Covid-19 infection that had spread to his lungs. But he still wanted to give thanks to the nurses and doctors taking care of him in the intensive care unit, so he found his own special way.
Think gaming is a young person’s hobby? It might be time to think again. A study recently published by the University of Oxford shows it could improve your mental health during the pandemic.