Apr 12, 2022
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These are unprecedented and troubling times – in just a few short months, the COVID-19 pandemic has reshaped the Latest Mailing Database world as we know it. As most countries around the world suddenly embark on social distancing, so many things we took for granted – hugging friends and family, gathering to eat, dancing in crowds – have been put on hold. Part of what makes this time so difficult is not only the anxiety we all feel about the virus and the fear of the economic damage it is causing, but also the way it has interrupted many of these activities that connect us as people. “We responded by finding new ways to connect, to interact, to maintain the community” Needless to say, we're a resourceful species – we've responded by finding new ways to connect, to interact, to maintain community. Connecting people is what we try to do here at Intercom, so below my teammates from the Intercom Content team share links or online events that we have found useful, informative, entertaining or inspiring. We hope you find some of these resources useful during this difficult time. Sharing experiences Evelyn Clinton, Content Marketing Manager It's been amazing to Latest Mailing Database see during this very weird time how people are coming together, creating new things, and sharing those things with the world. A good example of this is a “Sanity Savers” document originally created by Salesforce employees, which lists anything and everything to help stay sane and fit while working from home. My favorite activity has been recreating live events online, mimicking that shared experience we normally get in person. Last week I "went" to the weekly pub quiz with my friends, a candlelit storytelling performance, concerts by Gavin James and John Legend, yoga classes from some of my favorite teachers and a judo/Jiu jets total body training. It's amazing to Latest Mailing Database see the beautiful things that people still manage to bring to the world, and hopefully more. If you're looking for ways to stay focused at work, I use a combination of Des's Productivity Guide to help me plan my days and the Pomodoro Technique to help me break my work down into manageable chunks. Manage emotional health Alexa Collins, Writer don't know about you, but my hands are raw from all the daily washing and cleaning, my yoga studios are closed, and I'm dreaming of going out to eat at one of my favorite restaurants.