More than four months beyond the initial orders to shelter-in-place, what was unusual has become familiar.
Up or down, an undercurrent of uncertainty runs through the markets and current life. Yet, we need to make decisions, and we need to be able to move forward. Both Optimism and caution guide us as we engage in our work toward long-term growth.
Cities everywhere are reimagining their urban design and transit options. Long-held assumptions over how we traverse the landscape will continue to change – perhaps leading to a better urban economy.
Many of us are beginning to shake off the information fatigue dominating our lives and directing our attention toward opportunities to imagine our 'next normal' and what the path to our future will look like.
Whether we are baking our own bread, growing our own food, or dusting off old family recipes, our relationship with food is evolving. Community Supported Agriculture is getting more attention than ever as their network of customers and partners expands.
Our daily routines and rituals are a reflection of how we are learning to cope. We consider how daily routines and respecting boundaries help us find a sense of normalcy in a world that is out of balance.
During times of crisis, there is an innately universal desire to help others in ways both big and small. This week’s Monday Moments looks at options for giving back in your community and offers thoughts on how you too can make a difference.
As we settle into the week ahead, we find ourselves thinking about our daily routine, which has been upended by the current shelter-in-place situation. We share our perspective on the disorienting task of creating and working from the home office.