There’s been a good deal of talk about how the economy will recover from the pandemic – this industry needs to digitize, that industry will have to move from the virtual to the in-person space or vice-versa – but what about you? How are you going to move from surviving to thriving? New York Times writer Dani Blum outlines steps to help you get through the next several months as you transition from pandemic life to what comes next. While some of the advice may seem obvious (practice gratitude, savor the small things), other tips might pull you from a slump or help kick your life up a gear.
About the Author
Dani Blum is a news assistant at The New York Times Well desk. Her work has appeared in GQ, The Daily Beast, MTV News, and Cosmopolitan, among other publications.
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