It’s Okay If You’re Not Working On Improvement During The Coronavirus- 095

 

It’s Okay If You’re Not Working On Improvement During The Coronavirus- 095

 

In Episode 95, we discuss the fact that it’s okay if you’re not working on improvement during the coronavirus. This past week, we came across a video, a podcast and an article that helped us to articulate some of what we are feeling during this weird time and perhaps you might be feeling it too.

We want to share them with you and discuss what we each took out of them that hopefully will help you to make sense of what you might be feeling and experiencing right now in the midst of a global pandemic.

We certainly haven’t got this all figured out. And you probably haven’t either. But we think that there are some very manageable ways we can feel a little better right now, and release the pressure of the unrealistic expectations many of us are putting on ourselves to ‘improve’ and ‘be our best selves’ in what is already a very difficult time.

In Ooh Me Likey, Jenny is into a board game and I’m liking an older movie that John convinced me to watch.

In You Win or You Learn,  we decided once again that nearly everything about the current time in history is a learn and so we are both sharing a win again this week.  

 

Tune in and Listen Below

 

 

What You’ll Hear (and don’t want to miss!)

 

1:08: Intro:

3:22: Jenny and I discuss some content we came across this past week that help to better articulate our thoughts and feelings about this pandemic situation.  It’s okay if you’re not working on improvement during the coronavirus.

30:16: Ooh Me Likey:  Jenny is into a board game and I’m liking an old movie that John convinced me to watch.

34:11: You Win or You Learn : We both picked a win again this week because we feel like we need it.

38:48: Outro:

 

Resources + Links Mentioned in This Episode:

 

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Article: Why You Should Ignore All That Coronavirus-Inspired Productivity Pressure by Aisha S. Ahmad

Article: Productivity and Happiness Under Sustained Disaster Conditions by Aisha S. Ahmad

Video: Am I the Only One Not Living My ‘Best Life’ During Coronavirus?” (Matthew Hussey)

Podcast: The Rob Cast: Whatever This Is

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Share your thoughts… We’d love to hear from you!

 

What was your biggest take away from this episode? Where are you at with how you are feeling about the global pandemic when we are 5 weeks into it?  How does the statement: It’s okay if you’re not working on improvement during the coronavirus resonate with you?

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The Improvement Project podcast is hosted by Dr. Peggy Malone and Jenny Couse.  Peggy is a health care provider who encourages her patients every day to create better habits associated with their health and wellness.  She is wife to the hilarious and heavily bearded John, with whom she takes many adventures as well as Cat Mom to the floofy ragdoll Amigo Dr. Peggy is also a human being on a mission to create better habits for herself and by doing so, she hopes to inspire others to take up the challenge with her!  Jenny is a marketing professional in the international trade sector.  She and her husband Jeff are parents to hilarious 6 year old Ethan.  Her year of monthly habit resolutions in 2015 piqued her interests in how habits are created and best kept.

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Until next time,

 

Let’s get to work on improving your most important project.  That’s YOU!  Stay focused and get after it!

Thank you so much for listening.

Big Love,

Peggy and Jenny

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