Shit is so, so real these days.

Join us as we navigate through the pandemic world and explore new ways to stay sane during insane times.

We all know the details on how to physically stay safe from Covid-19 (stay home, wash your hands, wear a mask, and keep your fingers out of your damn mouth!), but are we ready for the effects that this pandemic will have on our mental state?

We want to make sure that everyone has access to resources that will help you power through and accept the insanity that has become our ‘new-norm.’ Whether you are looking for ways to cope with the daily nonsense or things to distract you, we have your back.

We might all currently be in self-isolation, but never forget we are in this together.

Let’s Choose To Feel Better

Our goal is to be a little ray of sunshine breaking through the hard shell of terror that is currently subsuming our world. Our non-traditional activities break up your mental patterns and help you process emotional challenges.

Coloring Pages

Color your cares away while focusing on positivity. Great for the kids!

Shift Your Perspective

A five minute NLP process to shift your feelings about the current situation.

Feel Better

Easy activities to help you ease the stress of a challenging time.

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Small weekend is over… now entering big weekend 😢


The kinds of people going to crowded events right now are the same people who hear a weird noise in horror movies and decide to split off and check it out.


I picked a hell of a time to have not learned how to cook for the past 29 years


Hard to imagine how my kids were ever able to survive regular school days without 23 snacks!


Week two of quarantine and my boyfriend just told me he thought it would be interesting to put a go pro in the dishwasher “to see what goes on in there”.


[meteor hitting earth] Dinosaur: oh no the economy !!


The hardest part about the quarantine is going to be when I tell to my dog they’re making me go out again.


Pro-tip for couples suddenly working from home together: Get yourself an imaginary coworker to blame things on. In our apartment, Cheryl keeps leaving her dirty water cups all over the place and we really don’t know what to do about her.


Can we all just agree to gain 15 pounds. That way none of us have to feel weird about it.


I guess now we’re all living in those old paintings of people lying around on couches doing nothing with their boobs out.


Quarantine day 15 is having a conversation with your cat about how lucky she is that she doesn’t get her period.


Our homeschooling curriculum includes: Honors Laundry and AP Vaccumming.


Day 7: My dogs and I switched roles and I’m the one following them around the house now.


A funny thing about quarantining is hearing your partner in full work mode for the first time. Like, I’m married to a “let’s circle back” guy – who knew?


All respect to the woman who just leaned out of the window of her apartment and screamed, “I’M BORED”


Well I guess it’s time to learn my kids’ names.


Celebrities be like omg 🙄 quarantined in my 30 room mansion with a personal theater, olympic pool and 50 acre yard for the next month. soooooo bored. just know we’re all in this with you guys! 🙏🏼


ppl are like “how have u been spending the time” it’s like well responding to text takes 16 hours and then after that I try to get some rest….. … ..


Shit is getting real.

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