Getting more Vitamin D into your diet

Staying healthy and boosting our immunity is important and Vitamin D plays a big role.  Some studies show that the many ICU COVID patients have low Vitamin D.  Here are some foods you can add to your diet to maintain a healthy level of Vitamin D. You’ve probably heard that Vitamin D is important to maintain your health during the current pandemic.  In one UK … Continue reading Getting more Vitamin D into your diet

Managing the “quaran-teen”

For many, our emotional health has taken a hit during these past months.  But teens and young adults might be one of the groups most impacted. And the longer this continues, the worse it could be.  Read on to learn some things you can do to help manage the “quaran-teen.” Kids and young adults form their identities and create independence through a variety of relationships … Continue reading Managing the “quaran-teen”

How travel might change post-pandemic

There will be lots of changes to the way we live post-pandemic.  And travel has been one of the areas most greatly impacted by COVID. So, we can expect to see some pretty big ways travel might change for future trips. There will be many changes to our lifestyle as a result of the current pandemic.  And travel is one of the areas that has … Continue reading How travel might change post-pandemic

The best days to score cheaper airline tickets

Which day of the week should you purchase for cheaper airline tickets?  When should you depart?  Return home?  It does vary somewhat whether domestic or international.  Which app will help you monitor the change in fares for your chosen route? Airline tickets continue to be lower priced as compared to the past several years, but as demand increases in the coming months (combined with a … Continue reading The best days to score cheaper airline tickets

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The symbolism of doors and new opportunities

At the gatherist, we are driven by the symbolism of doors.  Read on to discover why something so common means so much to our efforts. You might have noticed that at the gatherist, we kinda like doors.  Big doors.  Small doors.  Colorful doors.  But why doors and what’s behind the symbolism of doors?  Because of what they represent to us during our journey in launching … Continue reading The symbolism of doors and new opportunities

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4 Easy ways to improve your WFH shared spaces

Working and schooling from shared spaces?  Here are four easy tips that can help make your space more practical and useful. Working and learning from home has become the new norm, and for many of us this is being done within shared spaces.  So here are four easy ways to help keep your space more organized and as a result, more productive.  Limit paper pile … Continue reading 4 Easy ways to improve your WFH shared spaces

The fall real estate market is HOT this year

Home sales are at their peak during the spring and summer and have a tendency to slow down in the fall.  But not this year!  If you want to sell, the fall market might be the perfect time! Traditionally, the demand for buying new homes begins to wane come fall but not this year. With a selling season that got a late start combined with … Continue reading The fall real estate market is HOT this year

Five Forms of body language confident people NEVER do

Body language is the unspoken word that lets others around us know how we are really feeling.  Want to appear more confident?  Learn the five forms of body language confident people never do. When it comes to communication, we’ve all heard that body language conveys more than the spoken word.  In fact, 93% of communication is non-verbal of which 55% is based on body language.  … Continue reading Five Forms of body language confident people NEVER do

Remote workers growing tired of remote working?

For years, working from home was considered a job perk many people wanted from their employers.  Now, after being home for so long, many remote workers are eager to get back into the office.  What’s behind this change in attitude? Yep.  It’s true.  We always want what we can’t have.  For a while, working from home was what many office workers dreamed of.  But it … Continue reading Remote workers growing tired of remote working?

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Establishing Covid-19 Boundaries

Learn how to set your personal COVID-19 boundaries.  And how to make plans while respecting others’ boundaries at the same time.  Setting boundaries in different areas of our lives is important and helps keep us safe.  Add in a pandemic and you need to establish another set of boundaries.  Here are some steps to follow when establishing and enforcing COVID-19 boundaries: Determine your boundaries – … Continue reading Establishing Covid-19 Boundaries