New Pandemic Health Habits for These Four Scholars – Here’s What They’re Doing and Why

by Libby Richards, Jessica Bane Robert, Katherine Basbaum, L. Allison Phillips Walking as a source of solitude and connection Libby Richards, Associate Professor of Nursing, Purdue University As a busy working mom of two active boys, I embrace solitude whenever I can; I even take solace in grocery shopping. But when the pandemic hit, my errands became risky activities. Instead, with schools closed and the family at home, I embraced my time with them and got creative entertaining the kids. But it was harder to find time for myself. “Alone time” went out the window. If I wanted to keep […]
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