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Resources for Quarantine

Heather Sargent is a freelance writer and mother who believes in the motivating power of coffee and deadlines. Her work has been published in various school journals. She graduated from Washington State University and earned an MFA in Creative Writing from Goddard College where she was an Associate Editor for The Pitkin Review. Heather is most interested in experimental writing and works spotlighting social justice issues as she believes them to be important for current and future generations.
Resources for Quarantine Posted on March 17, 2020Leave a comment
Heather Sargent is a freelance writer and mother who believes in the motivating power of coffee and deadlines. Her work has been published in various school journals. She graduated from Washington State University and earned an MFA in Creative Writing from Goddard College where she was an Associate Editor for The Pitkin Review. Heather is most interested in experimental writing and works spotlighting social justice issues as she believes them to be important for current and future generations.

Being quarantined can be anxiety-inducing as our lives look very different and the uncertainty of when we can get back to some level of normal only adds stress.

One of the things we can do to temper anxiety is to create a plan of how we can manage life during this time. As Mr. Rogers said, “Look for the helpers,” and we have noticed a lot of helpers out there sharing resources and creative ideas.

We are gathering resources as we come across them to share them in one space so they are more easily found. Come back frequently for updates and share your own.

Heather Sargent is a freelance writer and mother who believes in the motivating power of coffee and deadlines. Her work has been published in various school journals. She graduated from Washington State University and earned an MFA in Creative Writing from Goddard College where she was an Associate Editor for The Pitkin Review. Heather is most interested in experimental writing and works spotlighting social justice issues as she believes them to be important for current and future generations.

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