Hope Helps: Navigating Everyday Life

The COVID Conundrum: Hope Helps’ holistic approach to the pandemic

February 10, 2021 Hope Helps Season 2 Episode 3
Hope Helps: Navigating Everyday Life
The COVID Conundrum: Hope Helps’ holistic approach to the pandemic
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Hope Helps: Navigating Everyday Life
The COVID Conundrum: Hope Helps’ holistic approach to the pandemic
Feb 10, 2021 Season 2 Episode 3
Hope Helps

Balancing mental, physical and spiritual health can be tough, even during a regular year. With the added problems and opportunities of the last year, it is easy to feel like you are falling short. In this week’s episode of Hope Helps, Charly Burridge-Jones and her guests talk about how they have adapted to maintain their holistic health.

Charly shares her own experiences about how COVID has changed the way she works and spends her spare time. She also speaks with HR worker Kangwa Musonda, physiotherapist Stefano Dimartino and General Practice Counsellor Traci De Marco as they share relatable experiences they have had during the pandemic. Each of these guests has struggled to some degree with long-distance relationships, working from home, or general weariness. They take comfort in knowing that the pandemic is not forever and that “what will happen will happen.”

Show Notes

Balancing mental, physical and spiritual health can be tough, even during a regular year. With the added problems and opportunities of the last year, it is easy to feel like you are falling short. In this week’s episode of Hope Helps, Charly Burridge-Jones and her guests talk about how they have adapted to maintain their holistic health.

Charly shares her own experiences about how COVID has changed the way she works and spends her spare time. She also speaks with HR worker Kangwa Musonda, physiotherapist Stefano Dimartino and General Practice Counsellor Traci De Marco as they share relatable experiences they have had during the pandemic. Each of these guests has struggled to some degree with long-distance relationships, working from home, or general weariness. They take comfort in knowing that the pandemic is not forever and that “what will happen will happen.”