How Much Harm Did the Pandemic Do to Our Kids — and What We Can Do About It? ‘The Stolen Year’ Author Anya Kamenetz Answers Our Questions

As we slowly, and carefully, inch out of the Covid-19 pandemic, we are coming to terms with how it affected every aspect of our lives. This is especially true with children, who saw a collapse of education and care when schools were closed. Parents struggled between work, e-learning and home life, many having to give […]

Author Paola Gianturco Brings Female Environmental Leaders to the Forefront in her New Book — Written With her Granddaughter

It has been shown that women are especially effective leaders when it comes to combating global warming. Christiana Figueres and Tom Rivett-Carnac, architects of the 2015 Paris Agreement, report that “Nations with greater female representation in positions of power have smaller climate footprints. Companies with women on their executive boards are more likely to invest […]

Connecting With a Group Can Take You From Surviving to Thriving — But You Need to Do These 4 Things First

A year after Christine Porath, Ph.D. pitched a book about the power building connections with other people has to cure loneliness and isolation, an unexpected plot-twist occurred: the pandemic hit and people were forced to isolate and became lonely. Porath included. She wrote a majority of that book, “Mastering Community: The Surprising Ways Coming Together […]