ISSUE 3 | MARCH 28 | 2020

Sanity solutions from your friends at BSD. Our new e-pub delivers good news, tips for keeping up with your connections, help to learn something new—and a surprise or two. How are you staying connected, enriched, and inspired these days? Have tips or resources to share? Pass them along and we’ll include them in a future issue.
What are you grateful for today?
Kudos to Nimaste Yoga for reminding us of the most important human-centered principles of our COVID-19 world. Take a look at their Daily Quarantine Questions, print them out, tape to your bathroom mirror, and execute everyday!
Quarantine Academy: Get Smart
What a terrific idea to feature self-professed experts speaking on topics they love. This new (free) Quarantine Academy features 25-minute sessions, twice daily, on a WIDE variety of topics like TikTok tutorials, negotiation skills, Italian painting, French pastry, origami, the U.S. court system, writing thank you notes, and so many more. Plus they have a kid’s version 2x/day!
Israeli Films + Online Discussion
Our friends at the New Israel Fund are hosting a virtual film club, bringing you poignant and relevant Israeli films while we have more time to catch up on movies we missed, ones we want to see again, or completely new ones! Each week, they’ll select a film that club members can watch at their own convenience. After watching the movie, join the lively and interactive discussion on Zoom every Tuesday at 3pm Eastern / 12pm Pacific. 
Help for Mom and Pop shops
Let’s make sure our local businesses are still around once the virus is under control! We’ll bet you didn’t think of buying gift cards from your favorite mom-and-pop shops, but that is one of the best ways to give them a much-needed cash infusion. Find more tips to support local businesses and if you haven’t joined your area’s NextDoor community, it’s a great way to connect to your neighbors, especially now. Beth just found the 15lb. dumbbells she’s been wanting forever from a neighbor right across the street—who knew?
SAIS magazine-food security
The Johns Hopkins SAIS faculty thinks big: Like how to take into account shifting demographics and climate change as it relates to food, which is especially relevant now that we’re facing entirely new challenges to feeding us all. Here’s a look at some of the important international issues they tackle in SAIS Magazine, a publication we designed in collaboration with their Department of Alumni Relations. Check out some of the other online issues on topics such as human securitywomen shaping the global agenda, and the U.S. withdrawal from the Paris Climate Agreement.
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