3) Called to deep creativity
During the pandemic, I’ve struggled a lot with creativity. I miss being in public spaces where energy, conversation, and atmosphere stimulate my brain in such a way that the laborious and dreaded becomes easy and fun. In this article from the BBC,
noise, crowds, and changing stimuli create what some have dubbed “the coffee shop effect.” As such places slowly begin to reopen as safely as possible, and as more people become vaccinated, working in coffee shops is more of a possibility.
4) Called to deep service
As the US’s vaccine rollout is underway, there is a deep need for volunteers to help communities make sure the word gets out about vaccine availability and that people have the opportunity to become vaccinated. If you are bilingual, have administrative skills, have medical skills, or have a calming, encouraging presence, help out your community and volunteer with your community’s vaccine rollout. Even if it’s an hour or two a week, your help would be greatly appreciated and needed.
5) Called to deep tastiness
Beef stroganoff, in my youth, was something that came out of a Hamburger Helper box. I didn’t grow up with cooking, but have come to learn more about and even enjoy cooking from (mostly) scratch at home. This beef stroganoff recipe is a great comfort food weeknight winner. Meat substitute can be used in place of hamburger. I used shiitake mushrooms because they are objectively better. This comes from Budget Bytes