Making friends as an adult is hard. And keeping those friendships strong when life gets in the way? Even harder.
Life is always going to keep handing you (or your friend) full schedules. Geography and time zones – or sleep schedules – won’t always be on your side. The world will throw you curveballs you NEED to answer to, whether you like it or not. Here’s how to stay connected when life gets in the way...however it is that life gets in the way.
Over the last couple weeks, I’ve been asked many times what I “think of all this,” how people can take care of themselves during the Coronavirus pandemic, and what my general take is on living day-to-day life when it looks and feels anything but normal. Instead of posting a million times to Instagram or spreading my responses out over emails, texts, DMs, and social media updates, I figured it might be useful for you if I recorded this – for the sponges who need help with sponging, for the people who are struggling finding normalcy and motivation at home, and everyone who’s dealing with a little bit of everything.
WANT x Katie Horwitch:
Today we've got Erin Claire Jones on the WANTcast breaking down the ins and outs of Human Design - both the 101 for newbies and a deeper dive for people who are already familiar. Human Design "sheds light on your emotional, psychological and energetic makeup, giving you the self-awareness and tools to align with your nature and step into your highest potential in every area of your life — in your career, partnerships and relationships." Learn all about your unique makeup so that you can own your power, hone your decision-making, and be the you you know you're meant to be.
This month is in support of The Loveland Foundation. The Loveland Foundation is committed to showing up for communities of color in unique and powerful ways, with a particular focus on Black women and girls. Their resources and initiatives are collaborative and they prioritize opportunity, access, validation, and healing. To get involved or donate, visit thelovelandfoundation.org