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23 minutes | Jul 16, 2020
Brandt Dotson: Coping With Corona in Phoenix
We talk with Brandt Dotson in Phoenix about the coping mechanisms he learned when he became disabled two years ago and how those mirror what is necessary to cope with the isolation of Covid-19 and social distancing.
26 minutes | Jul 14, 2020
Matt Drowne: Coping with Corona in Tampa, Florida
Matt talks with Nate about how Florida has changed from the beginning of the pandemic to now. How Matt and his fiance have handled the shopping duties and what it's like now as Florida is the epicenter of Covid-19
22 minutes | Jul 10, 2020
Alex Knight: Coping With Corona in Yakima
On this episode, we catch up with Alex Knight, a creative professional in Yakima, Washington. We talk about how Covid-19 led to cancelling a long-planned European trip. How he made changes to his living situation and what he really focused on to keep a positive mental attitude during this pandemic.
23 minutes | Jul 7, 2020
James Stover: Coping with Corona in Las Vegas
Public relations expert James Stover recounts how he and his wife have dealt with the Covid-19 situation in Las Vegas. His reaction when the Vegas mayor said some controversial things, and how things are looking as the City and the strip have reopened.
36 minutes | Apr 22, 2020
Cory Schnaible: Coping with Corona in Maine
We are talking with Cory Schnaible who lives in South Portland, Maine with his wife and twin daughters. How life is a little different in Maine, how quickly his ad agency transitioned to working remotely and the unusual step they take to give each other space every now and then.
33 minutes | Apr 16, 2020
Diana Hong: Coping with Corona in SoCal
Diana lives in Orange, California just a bit outside of Los Angeles with her girlfriend. What she's been doing to keep busy during the Stay at Home order, how much she is accomplishing. Plus, how the President's comments had a direct negative impact on her.
23 minutes | Apr 15, 2020
Sara Joyner: Coping with Corona in Texas
Sara Joyner is a news producer in the Dallas, TX area. Why she suddenly found herself in quarantine, how she and her husband accidentally prepared for being home, plus, when the reality set in personally of just how serious this can be.
22 minutes | Apr 14, 2020
Jill Hardy: Coping with Corona in Idaho
Jill and her wife live in Boise, ID and they've been dealing with the new normal in their own way. Jill is working from home while her wife is an essential worker. Also, how the situation has been handled in Idaho as compared to other places around the country.
25 minutes | Apr 13, 2020
Sean Greenwood: Coping with Corona in Vermont
Sean Greenwood is the Poobah of PR for Ben & Jerry's in Vermont. What that company is doing to keep providing ice cream snacks, how he's adjusting to working from home, trying to do virtual sessions with his band and why Vermonters are doing so well at staying home.
22 minutes | Apr 12, 2020
Brian Colton: Coping with Corona in New York
Brian Colton is married, with 2 kids and living outside New York City. What he and his family are doing to cope with the new normal and how the entire Tri-State area is working together to keep people safe.
22 minutes | Apr 10, 2020
Mariah Hudler: Sacramento, CA
On this episode, we talk with Mariah Hudler, who in addition to working at Sutter Medical Center is also a Financial Therapist. Check out her services. We talk about the stress of being in a building where there are Covid-19 cases, managing the stress at home with a husband and a 4 year old son. Plus, why she gave her husband his birthday gift several months early.
23 minutes | Apr 7, 2020
Jason Knight: Coping with Corona in California
Jason Knight is an award winning photojournalist, filmmaker and currently works for CalFire. He shares his experience working with Governor Gavin Newsom, working from home and how he and his wife are handling the extra "together time" that comes with our current reality.
18 minutes | Mar 31, 2020
Jay: Coping with Corona in Charlotte, NC
On this episode, we speak with Jay, who lives with his wife in Charlotte, NC. While they have not been tested, they are both sick, and the tele-visit nurses tell them that it is likely COVID-19. The first symptoms that popped up, how it compares to the flu they had in February, and how they think they might've picked it up.
16 minutes | Mar 31, 2020
Lenka Reznicek: Coping with Corona in Chicago
Nate calls on his old friend Lenka, who lives in Chicago, IL with her wife and 6yr old daughter. How the current stay at home rules there are more strict than in other places, what she's doing to keep a child busy and the logistics of having someone working from home with everyone else in the house. Plus, some good thoughts on self-care and keeping a good mental outlook.
21 minutes | Mar 29, 2020
Jamie Scavotto: Coping with Corona in Vermont
WDEV Radio News Director Jamie Scavotto joins us to talk about his exposure to someone who tested positive for Covid-19, the quarantine he was under for 10 days and how life has changed in Vermont. What that state's largest hospital is doing to prepare and why the outlying rural areas may be in the most trouble. Plus, how he and his wife have handled extra together time.
18 minutes | Mar 29, 2020
Amy MacPherson: Coping with Covid in Sacramento, CA
Amy is a state worker in California's Capital City. She is our first single person on the podcast and she lets us in on what she is doing to stay in a good mindset, how she's connecting with friends, what it's like having family that is living in different parts of the country. Plus, how a breakdown over eggs lead her to realize that maybe she was more impacted than she originally thought.
26 minutes | Mar 26, 2020
Justin Lehr: Coping with Corona in Sacramento, CA
We talk with Justin Lehr, owner of the restaurant 'Frankenwaffle' in Sacramento, California. The impact that the Pandemic has had on his business and employees. Plus, how he and his wife created a portable handwashing station in their car. And how he is handling the emotional ups and downs of the situation.
19 minutes | Mar 26, 2020
Kevin Fontana: Coping with Corona in North Carolina
We are joined by Kevin Fontana, a professor at East Carolina University. Kevin tells us about the challenge of working from home with a spouse who is still working outside the home. How his university made the decision to go full online and not let students return. Plus, what it's like at the grocery stores around his home in North Carolina.
1 minutes | Mar 25, 2020
We are all in the COVID-19 pandemic together, but how are people dealing with it? From social distancing to maintaining a good head space, how friends, family and random folks are coping with the Coronavirus.If you have questions or would like to be on the show, email me at email@example.com
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